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Eco-Tech Inc.: Our New Rep is Bringing Fiberglass Equipment Shelters to the Southeast

We are so excited to welcome our latest Manufacturer’s Representative, Eco-Tech Inc. This company serves municipal water and wastewater industries throughout Georgia, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

With over 30 years of experience providing cost-effective and regulatory driven equipment solutions to their customers, the expert staff at Eco-Tech’s Holly Springs, Georgia, offices focus on bringing ‘over and above’ service every time. They call it their “total installation concept,” which means they work with manufacturers, engineers and contractors to provide a complete working equipment installation.

Fiberglass Shelter for Satellite Equipment

Dan Carter, Vice President at Eco-Tech, explained “Because we are 3 to 4 times the size of our competitors, we can really make sure we have the right people lined up to service all aspects of the sales cycle.” With sales staff primarily comprised of degreed engineers and dedicated customer support and field service crews, they ensure that the client’s every need is fully met. These teams of experts collaborate from beginning to end, maximizing each phase–from concept to design, from installation to ongoing service.

Positive Reactions to Shelter Works Fiberglass Equipment Shelters

And how are potential customers responding to Eco-Tech’s Shelter Works equipment protection offerings?

Dan said, “People love it! They are really surprised at the high quality of the Shelter Works building. They are accustomed to specifying either a block (concrete) building or a metal structure because they think that fiberglass is just not as substantial. Shelter Works’ 25-year warranty has made them think differently (particularly since most of our work is done in areas prone to hurricanes).”

If you’d like to learn more about why a Shelter Works building could be a smarter choice for your next project (instead of concrete or metal), see our information that answers the question, “Why fiberglass?”. If you’d like to learn more about Eco-Tech, you can visit