Domus ventilation announced the arrival of two new sales managers – Lee Strange and Lewis McLegan. The expanded team will be led by Tom Heming, who has been promoted to national sales manager in charge of contractor sales and distribution.

Lee Strange is well acquainted with the ventilation industry, although he has recently worked in the plumbing and heating sectors, where he has held several senior roles, including national specification manager and general manager.

“I feel like I’m back in an industry I like, and now with more general sales and management experience,” Lee said on his return to the HVAC sector. “Domus Ventilation was the perfect company to join, big enough to grow, but small enough to feel like family.”

The role of contractor sales manager is new to Lee, but something he has a wealth of experience in, such as reading plans, advising products and communicating at all levels to ensure that everyone is informed about the whole project.

Lewis McLegan is a newcomer to ventilation, but certainly not to the built-up environment where he has worked for the past eight years. Lewis’s roles are mainly in account management positions, growing key accounts in London and the UK’s home manufacturing districts, selling in the architecture, engineering and construction sectors. As with Lee, Lewis was attracted to Domus Ventilation because he is part of a large group of Genuit companies that serve the construction industry, but “still has the feel of a small company with ambitions to be a destroyer in the industry.”

For Lewis, the move to ventilation comes at an exciting time: “Ventilation will be an integral part of meeting the net zero carbon targets by 2050. I want to be part of this challenge by understanding all the key stakeholders in the sales cycle, from architects , M&E consulting, contractors to wholesalers on the project. I bring my cradle to the grave approach to selling the role. “

The new contractors’ sales managers will be headed by the recently promoted Tom Heming. Tom has worked in the ventilation industry for 14 years, starting as a sales manager for contractors, which gives him the advantage of fully understanding what it takes to succeed in the role.

Tom has long advocated for the ventilation sector, saying: “Most people don’t think about indoor air quality, but it affects everyday life. If you have a comfortable indoor climate with fresh air, people do not notice until something goes wrong and their homes become too hot, or humid, or stagnant. Ventilation is an unsung hero in many ways and is becoming increasingly important as we begin to understand the broader consequences of poor indoor air quality.

With his new role as national sales manager, Tom is determined to convey this message to contractors and distributors.

Domus Ventilation appoints new Contractor Sales Managers

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