Though a vast majority of equipment manufacturers have decided to transition their new equipment from R-22 to R-410A, there is still a controversial issue with regard to servicing existing equipment in the field. One of the options considered is the drop-in refrigerant R-422B.
Mark Swepston, president of Atlas Butler Heating and Cooling, gets reports on net profit on his cell phone and is able to actually manage hourly. But why? At a Cleveland Air Conditioning Contractors of America breakfast meeting, Swepston said, “You should know these things so you can project the sales you need day-to-day.”
If you happen to be an unregistered voter in the United States, you probably didn’t vote in the recent presidential election. OK, perhaps no great loss, depending upon your perspective. However, if you are an unregistered contractor with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), it could certainly be a great loss.
If you have ever had to have a computer rebuilt because of all the bad stuff out there (worms, viruses, etc.), then you know the importance of maintaining a high level of security for your computer systems.
I don’t know what your Monday’s are usually
like, but today is mop-up day for me because Tuesday is going to be spent
seeking recognition as the best Novelty Float in the Cleveland St. Paddy’s Day
Ventilation. Ventilation. Ventilation. The three most important words in the HVAC business. OK, maybe the three words should really be airflow, airflow, airflow. But, no matter how you slice it, the air has got to go in, the air has got to go out, and the air has got to move around. Just for fun, let’s say that the V in HVAC represents all the air, no matter which direction it is going.