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Air Conditioning Trade Association Launch Web Site

The Air Conditioning Trade Association (ACTA) announces the launch of its new web site, Eric Stephens, an independent IT and web design evaluator said of the new site, “It provides credible, original content in many different forms making it valuable and timely to the HVAC industry. Because the web is an interactive, dynamic, and rapidly changing new communications medium, ACTA took the time and made the necessary investment to create a well-organized, edited, and timely web site with original content set in an attractive, interactive, and consistent format.”

Logging into the web site, users will find the site easy to navigate with a quick index on the left of the Home Page listing, Online Campus, Training, ACTAcare, ACTAvision, Compliance, Safety, Job Center, Free Webinars, About Us, and a Contact page. The new web site is ACTA’s portal for contractors, apprentices, and trainees.

Clicking on one of the links brings up quick reading content and a voice-over to welcome the visitor and give a quick overview. At the top of the page are tabs. The first tab lists “ACTA Community”. This tab takes the visitor to a virtual community of HVAC contractor peers, tools, resources, and information to help the HVAC contractor compete, manage decisions, and stay compliant with the state.

ACTA has become the pacesetter of the HVAC industry offering a one-stop web site to find employees, train employees, safety programs, HR assistance, compliance, benefits, avoiding costly interruptions and profit-eating overruns from labor disputes -- its all conveniently there.

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