A whole new carrot is dangling in front of hvacr contractors, with the promise of millions of dollars in new business — that is, if you believe the prognostications of Melinda Ballard, president of the Policyholders of America.
The Healthy Indoor Environments (HIE) 2002 conference officially kicked off with a “State of the IAQ Industry” discussion conducted by representatives from the business, political/regulatory, legal, and consumer/insurance sectors.
Over the years, some contractors have carried a negative perception of zoning.
Honeywell is looking to dispel some of these myths, and one way is through zoning seminars. They aim to inform contractors about the benefits and facts of zoning.
Zoning in commercial applications is nothing new. But manufacturers and contractors are working on ways to take this beneficial system and reap even more rewards from it. One such example is the work Lennox International has been involved with in Canada.
The U.S.S. New Jersey is one of the most well-known and most decorated battleships in military history. On Oct. 15, 2001, this decommissioned battleship was opened to the public when Homeport Alliance, a nonprofit group, dedicated the Battleship New Jersey Memorial and Museum.
This marks the first Memorial Day that the museum will be open, and that is due in large part to the work of Delta T Mechanical in Runnemede, NJ.
In the coming weeks Representative John Conyers (D-MI) plans to introduce in the House of Representatives the United States Toxic Mold Safety and Protection Act, proposed national legislation designed to address the public health impact of mold.
Archeological evidence confirms that humans used geothermal resources more than 10,000 years ago. Today, engineers have created technologies that allow facilities to search miles below the earth’s surface to seek out geothermal energy.
One such development is the Mammoth Pacific geothermal facilities located in the California Sierra Nevada Mountains.
When the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) first started its Weatherization Assistance Program, which is administered by the individual states, it consisted of “lots of caulk and not much else,” said Duane Griffus. Today, the program is much more than that.