Mark Williams, administrator at Woodlawn Nursing Home, contacted Randy Willey, owner of Lake Sunapee Heating Services, in December 2000 for advice on how to improve his facility’s heating system and to add air conditioning.
Digest the information you are about to read in this article and investigate how some of the software can be useful to your business. Why? If you don’t take the time to see how this hvacr-related software can help your business, your competitors might beat you to the punch.
The Earth Technologies Forum held at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill included an executive summit called “Building Air Conditioning Investment: Save Money and Protect the Environment.” The summit included both government and business experts who addressed the economic as well as environmental benefits of energy-efficient building hvac systems.
The Earth Technologies Forum’s executive summit on “Building Air Conditioning Investment: Save Money and Protect the Environment,” also included several breakout sessions to provide more information on the financial and environmental benefits of energy efficiency.
It’s easy for contractors to get so caught up in their day-to-day business activities that they overlook some of the office systems that keep the business humming along. Here are some of the latest software programs available for contractors.
To evaluate possible modifications, the hvac designer can use software tools that will answer several design questions and then quickly produce an estimate to convert the existing system into a redesigned system.
Let’s say that a contractor is having a tough time juggling his or her work schedule. The contractor would like to sit down and do a complete analysis of operations but is crunched for time — and a little short on the knowledge needed to do a thorough analysis. Enter the Luxaire® Business Analyzer.
Is it really possible to implement Ken Blanchard’s Gung Ho! techniques? And if so, how difficult is it? Those are some of the questions that were answered by employees (or coworkers, as they like to be called) of Secco Inc.