The Spotlight will highlight topics spanning industry news, safety, product and equipment reviews, codes and much more! We look forward to a dialogue with you.

ICE Co. Evolved

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Welcome! We’re incredibly excited to have launched our new website in order to better provide professional services to our wonderful customers. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look around. 

The “ICE Co. Spotlight” (blog) is intended to be a leading resource for new product knowledge and reviews. We hope you enjoy following along as we help unveil the industries newest technologies and plug you into ICE Co.’s specialties so we can best serve you.

New Customers:
It’s always a good idea to have a good relationship with experienced contractors, whom you can trust, for those future planned projects and those “time-is-of-the-essence” emergency scenarios. While we don’t wish any emergencies on you, we hope to be of service if a need arises. ICE Co. welcomes you to learn more about our advanced and efficient services. 

Our goal is to reassure you that ICE Co. is founded on first-rate treatment of customers. We realize the number of electrical contractors to choose from is mountainous, and we are confident that those we reach will have to search no longer. 

Feel free to contact our office; we can’t wait to make our introduction personal to you.

Existing Customers: 
Thank you for loyally supporting ICE Co. We hope you feel a valued part of our team, because you are, and we could not be more grateful. It feels great to receive such warm support from the company questionnaires we have distributed the past couple months. If you did not receive one and would like to share your thoughts on ICE Co. be in touch and we can get one to you too. 

You may notice from our home page there is a client zone option. Our goal is to be able to share information back and forth with our customers in a secure zone where records can be accessed easily for quotations, invoices, and project related information. In the paper shuffle of life emails and hard copies often get swept under the rug, but this is a great opportunity to track past and present documents. 

We will be in touch individually about creating a log in for your company so you can take advantage of this feature.

Thanks again for checking out our new site, and our first blog post. 

Power. Current. Grounded.
Industrial Commercial Electric Company

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