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Articles by Cherie Preville
When you find a good tool — one that takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’ — you’re bound to keep it around for years, and, in some cases, decades.
Before making energy-efficiency improvements within a commercial building, a contractor must establish a baseline measurement.
Once equipped with the right dose of knowledge and the proper tools, contractors are able to offer whole-house “Goldilocks” solutions: Those that fit just right.
The coursework includes a construction core course that is compliant with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration-10 (OSHA-10) and six HVAC courses, including NCCER’s apprentice level one through four, Williams said.
At Logan AC & Heat Services Inc., the Best Contractor to Work For in the North Central region, the employees had nothing but positive things to say about owner Jim Meyer’s contributions and appreciation.
While safety procedures won’t guarantee that no one will ever get hurt on the job, it lessens the chances of it happening. If they are crafted correctly, they can help keep the company and workers in compliance with the law.