When looking at the big picture as it applies to a building’s HVAC system, the grilles, registers, and diffusers play a more important role than some contractors and technicians may realize. That is why Hart & Cooley has been offering training to its suppliers and contractor customers — to make sure they are choosing the proper equipment for optimum air distribution and comfort.
Family business owners should be familiar with the most common estate planning tools that are frequently a part of plans developed by the attorneys, consultants, and financial planning professionals who advise them. This article provides an overview of some of the more common tools.
The construction of up to 20 Habitat for Humanity houses using renewable energy and energy-efficient building technologies — resulting in net-zero energy homes that generate as much energy as they consume — is underway at the Harmony Heights subdivision in Lenoir City, TN.
The “optional close” is good, but just know that there are good options and bad options. A good optional close is, “Do you want this specific air conditioner with this specific air cleaner?” A bad optional close is, “Do you want the 10-SEER model or the 12-SEER model?” A sale is a series of small commitments made one at a time.
What is the “standard of care” for HVAC contractors working in your part of the country? If a customer sues you because HVAC work you performed for them led to indoor air quality (IAQ) problems, you had better know what the standard of care is for your profession.
Although students are on summer vacation, administrators from Oakland County Schools and The News have not taken a break from planning and developing the new HVACR program for one of the Oakland Technical Centers in southeastern Michigan.
New public health concerns over poor indoor air quality (IAQ), mold, and other airborne contaminants has emphasized a greater need for indoor comfort solutions and consumer information sharing. One such solution is the use of ultraviolet (UV) light as a method of fighting microbiological contaminants in HVAC systems.
Your customer has a problem. S/he can’t find the source of what is making him/her sick. So you don your professional jacket and diagnose the problem. Better yet, you offer a remedy, too.
No, this isn’t a scene from “General Hospital,” it is a common scene for HVAC contractors who are being called on to solve their customers’ indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. The News examines some of the products necessary to combat poor IAQ.