High-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA)-filtered vacuum units can provide duct cleaning professionals with the ability to capture microbial contaminants removed from the HVAC system, but it is essential that this equipment and the HEPA filters are designed and built to provide true HEPA efficiency.
An ASHRAE public session, “Residential and Small Building Humidity and Mold Control,” offered insights and viewpoints from experts in residential A/C system design and installation, microbiology, medicine, law, and insurance. Contractors attending the session were able to learn about the damage mold can inflict on their physical and fiscal health, as well as how to prevent excess moisture.
Winning awards can become habit-forming. A year ago the people at Energy Management Specialists won the “Training Excellence Award” from ACCA. This year, they've been named winner of The News’ “Best Contractor to Work For” contest for the Midwest/Great Lakes region.
Consider this edition of The News as a bright spot in these troubling times. In this issue, we bring you the winners of our 2002 “Best Contractor To Work For” contest. Look over the stories on our regional winners and you will find some shining examples of owners who still care about their employees — and employees who still care about their bosses.
A few weeks ago, Association Health Plan (AHP) bipartisan legislation was reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. HVACR contractor associations are putting their support staunchly behind the bill, saying it's long overdue.
The company’s concern for its employees, its family atmosphere, and its drive to succeed are some of the reasons that The News named Estes Heating & Air Conditioning the 2002 “Best Contractor to Work For” in the South Mid-Atlantic/Southeast region.
It may have been dark and dreary outside, but the atmosphere inside Service Champions' offices was so warm and inviting that it was immediately apparent why the company was The News’ “Best Contractor to Work For” in the West/Pacific region.
Some employees wake up in the morning and look forward to the challenges of the day ahead. Impossible? Not at G.F. Bowman Inc., the company chosen as the 2002 “Best Contractor to Work For” in the North Mid-Atlantic region.