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H2 Systems Launches Major Expansion, First of its Kind Experience Centre

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By Paul Fitzgerald - H2 Systems Inc. has plenty of bragging rights with awards, accolades from clients, growth, and for becoming a household name here in Burlington and across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Evidence of this was clearly defined this past Thursday night (March 27, 2014) as the popular home theatre and home integration company unveiled its new expansion and its new Experience Centre for the media.

Members of the press had the chance to have a sneak peak at the company’s newly renovated facility that is spacious and wired with the best in home theatre and home integration technology. The new Experience Centre, unrivalled in every sense, brings the home theatre and entertainment experience to a whole new level.

Clinton Howell, founder and owner of H2 Systems Inc., is thrilled that his company is growing and that they are now offering a new Experience Centre, a first of its kind in Canada.

“We have spent the last year working hard to expand our facility which now includes a dynamic state-of-the-art Experience Centre,” says Howell. “The result of our growth stems directly from the ever-increasing volume of business from new and existing clients and most of all the tireless efforts of the H2 team who are committed to customer service on every level.”

H2 Systems Inc. is now part of the Baeumler Approved contractor network. H2 will soon be showcased on Bryan Baeumler's House of Bryan 3.

The expansion, growth and popularity of H2 Systems Inc. are also clearly evident in the prestigious awards the company has recently won.

The Burlington Chamber of Commerce announced that the well-known home theatre and home integration company on Harvester Road have won a 2014 Business Excellence Award.

And this past fall H2 Systems Inc. walked away with two major awards at the CEDIA (The Custom Design & Installation Association) Manufacturers’ Awards event held in Denver, CO.

The annual CEDIA awards show is considered the Oscars for the home theatre and home integration industry worldwide. Hundreds of people attended the major awards show that was full of style, pizazz and applause from start to finish. H2 Systems Inc. won the Gold Award for $101,000 to $150,000 in Best Technical Design, and they scooped up the Bronze Award for $100,000 and under in Best Technical Design.

This is not the first time the Burlington based home theatre and home integration company has won CEDIA Electronic Lifestyle Awards. They scooped up one award in 2012, two in 2011 and two in 2010, which is unprecedented for a local home theatre company.

Between H2 Systems Inc. and Howell & Associates (former company) they have 17 awards to date for home theatre and integration which is more than any other company in Canada.

Howell himself, hailed as a leader in every sense, has been instrumental in turning his one-time “ma and pa shop” into a major empire.

Howell’s expertise for homeowners never goes unnoticed. He is a popular media figure as news outlets including The Toronto Sun, The London Free Press, The Burlington Post, The Oakville News, HOSS Magazine, WOW Magazine, The Examiner, CNN iReport, and the Digital Journal, rely on his experience and insights when it comes to home theatre solutions.

“The expansion of our facility and our new Experience Centre marks a unique chapter for H2 Systems Inc.,” says Howell. “We are proud with our growth, but the real reason we have grown is stems directly from our commitment to our clients and for being innovative and forward thinking.”

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