Leviton Launches Online Contractor Portal

Contractor Connect is designed to aid productivity for electrical contractors.

09/13/2021
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Leviton announced the launch of Contractor Connect, an online destination designed to support busy electrical contractors. Contractor Connect features a host of educational resources, videos, customer support, expert points of view and the latest content on Leviton products to help contractors where and when they need it most. 

“Contractors are busier than ever, and it is important that they have resources available at their fingertips to learn about new products, code changes, industry news and tips to improve their bottom line,” said Tom Degnan, contractor channel manager, Leviton. “In our on-going efforts to work with and support the contractor community, Leviton has created this online destination as a repository for information relevant to contractors that can be easily accessed at any time, from any location.”

Contractor Connect features a host of resources relevant to the daily activities of contractors including a library of installation and programming videos, information on new and updated products in the industry, the latest NEC® requirements and code updates, a podcast library featuring exclusive conversations with industry experts, business support materials and more.

“Leviton has a long history of supporting the needs of the contractor and this resource is designed to simplify their job,” added Degnan. “Whether they are on the jobsite looking for installation support or using downtime to catch up on latest industry innovations, we believe Contractor Connect will be a valuable resource for them and their business.”

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