A fire inspection expert travels nationally for an HVAC manufacturer to determine the cause of building fires when an appliance is suspected to be the culprit. Very few fires that she inspects are the result of faulty appliances. Most are due to faulty installations.
Finding the time to train all of your employees on everything there is to know about the HVAC business can seem like a daunting task. It may seem there just aren’t enough hours in the day. That’s where online training is making a big difference.
Change. The very word makes the pulse quicken, and that little inkling of fear stirs in the pit of your stomach. This was on the opening page of the program guide of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) 2007 convention. It set the stage for five days of intensive, thought-provoking discussions.
We all face a point in time when we must become our own mentor,
our own champion for our own causes. However, every young person needs someone
to help them model business behaviors that will produce long-lasting, positive
More than 70 companies were listed under Air Conditioning, Heating & Ventilating Equipment in the official exhibit guide of the 2007 International Builders’ Show, in addition to companies participating as sponsors of six different model homes on or near the site. Orlando was definitely the place for them to be seen by buying customers.
The climate of planet Earth can be scientifically measured, and although this has been done for only a relatively short period of time, it’s true that climate changes are occurring and that humankind has been contributing to global warming.
Chris Fitzgerald, president of Fitzgerald Mechanical Inc., has said that his peer group has played a huge role in the success of his company. Many contractors claim the same to be true for their companies.
The last day of the AHR Expo is always the one that finds a number of sincerely interested people searching the aisles for “the next new thing” or that “competitive advantage.” As the 2007 AHR Expo and ASHRAE Winter meeting in Dallas drew to a close, no doubt some attendees walked away quite pleased.
It is the time of year for reviewing all the forecasts from 2006 and making early adjustments to the 2007 plan. If you’re at all like me, most of you hope that no one will recall the projections you made last year at this time.