Domus Ventilation has appointed two new contractor sales managers – Leigh Strange and Lewis McLeggan.
McLeggan is a newcomer to ventilation, but certainly not to the built environment where he has been working for the past eight years. McLeggan’s roles have predominantly been in account management positions, growing key accounts within the London and Home Counties for UK manufacturers selling into the architecture, engineering and construction sectors.
Lewis McLeggan said: “Ventilation will be playing an integral part in reaching the Net Zero Carbon Emission goals by 2050. I want to be part of this challenge by understanding all the key stakeholders in the sales cycle, from architects, M&E consultancies, contractors to the project wholesalers. I am bringing my cradle to the grave approach to selling to the role.”
Strange is well versed in the ventilation industry, although most recently has been working in the plumbing and heating sector where he has enjoyed several senior roles, including national specification manager and general manager.
Leigh Strange said: “I feel I have come home to an industry I enjoy and now with more overall general sales and management experience
“Domus Ventilation was the perfect company to join: large enough to develop with, but small enough to still have a family feel”
The expanded team will be headed by Tom Hemming, who has been promoted to national sales manager. Hemming has worked within the ventilation sector for 14 years, starting out as a contractor sales manager.
Tom Hemming added: “Most people don’t think about the quality of their indoor air, yet it touches everyday life. If you have a comfortable indoor climate with fresh air, people don’t notice until something goes wrong and their homes become too hot, or damp, or stale. Ventilation is an unsung hero in many ways and becoming all the more important as we begin to understand the wider implications of poor indoor air quality.”