Salt Lake resident Steve Love, owner of Hidden Springs Ranch, a multi-million dollar adventure resort located high in the hills south of Salt Lake City, built his lodge from the ground up. He said he spared no expense, using the finest materials available. To bring comfort to the floors, Love installed a unique in-floor radiant heating system.
NorthWestern Energy (NEW), which provides natural gas to approximately 16,000 customers throughout Montana, has filed suit in Lewis and Clark County District Court in an effort to overturn the Montana Public Service Commission’s (PSC’s) decision to disallow the recovery of more than $6 million in actual gas costs.
Mechanical Air Service of San Jose, Calif., and Timberline Heating & Air Conditioning of Redding, Calif., were both finalists in the Commercial category of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America’s (ACCA’s) first annual “Best Contractors on the Web” Internet Marketing Awards.
When it comes to keeping the customer happy, Greiner Heating & Air Conditioning not only says it, but means it and has proven it. Greiner recently received two top national rankings from The Trane Company, based on customer satisfaction survey results.
What can you do to maintain consistent quality of work? What can you do to control jobsite material costs? What can you do eliminate jobsite material storage and theft?
Those participating in an Oct. 1 optional tour during the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association (PHCC) annual convention will learn how a PHCC company in Las Vegas has developed one solution to all four problem areas.
Northwestern Energy recently filed a request with the Montana Public Service Commission to increase natural gas supply rates beginning July 1, 2003, due to sharply higher market prices and to recover approximately $13 million in undercollected revenues for the current tracker period ending June 30, 2003, says the company.
Atlas Heating and Ventilation has found the oldest working Atlas heater in the Bay Area. Kevin and Bridget Hiler of San Francisco’s Richmond District are the proud owners of an Atlas furnace that has been keeping their house warm since 1917.
Ted Heathorn, president of N.V. Heathorn in San Leandro, Calif., and a member of Bay Area SMACNA, is the new president of the California Association of Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (California SMACNA). Other officers were also installed and a number of awards were handed out at the association's recent convention.