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Complaints? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

September 13, 2000
“One complaint can lead to 2,000 negative feelings. That’s like taking out an ad in a local paper and saying, ‘Our company rots.’
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The Role of Technicians Sparks Debate

September 13, 2000
The ever elusive definition of a technician.
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Tips on Selling Programmable Thermostats

September 13, 2000
Complex programming means customers will use only a fraction of a thermostats capabilities.
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Don’t Call Them Service Reps Anymore

September 13, 2000
Service Reps are more than just reps and deserve a title more fitting for what they really do.
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Convention Stresses Business Management

September 13, 2000
There's more to a qualified tech than just having a technical training background.
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Residential Contractors Talk Commercial

September 13, 2000
Quarterly convention in Chicago, IL stresses big differences between Residential and Commercial hvac to attendees.
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Group Takes Aim at a ‘Monster Market’

September 13, 2000
The aftermarket sector is facing some big changes.
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Honeywell-AlliedSignal: The hvacr factor

September 12, 2000
Among its many implications, the proposed merger of two corporate giants — Honeywell and AlliedSignal — promises to reshape the sale and distribution of two basic products of the hvacr industry: temperature controls and refrigerants.
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Vertical configuration unit ventilators

September 12, 2000
Today, standard under-the-window unit ventilators are still used in both new construction and renovation. However, they are being joined by a new generation of vertical configuration unit ventilators (vcuv).
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State-of-the-art kitchen ventilation

September 12, 2000
Commercial kitchen ventilation is finally coming of age in an industry that has long been regarded as low-tech and more an art than a science.
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