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Articles by Kyle Gargaro
Distributors from all around the country traveled to Phoenix for Heating, Air-conditioning, and Refrigeration Distributors International’s (HARDI) annual conference.
It has been about a month since contractors left snowy New York, home to the 2014 AHR Expo, and returned to their own cold, snowy community. Despite the time, I am sure new products, information, and contacts are still in your mind from the big show.
According to the International Exposition Co., more than 61,000 attendees registered for the 2014 AHR Expo in New York City, including 42,991 visitors and 18,219 exhibitor personnel.
NATE will now certify technicians in two years, a significant reduction from the previous five-year requirement.
A little snow storm is not going to shut down the AHR Expo. After mocking in my blog the old timers that like to talk about the 1980s snowstorm, I might be talking about this snowstorm 20 years from now.
It is the night before the AHR Expo begins and I think everyone connected to the show is enjoying the nightlife. I, for one, decided to take it all in.
Here are a few HVAC resolutions you might want to consider tackling in 2014.
The Mechanical Services Contractors of America (MSCA) pushed its members to “go beyond their limits” at its 2013 conference, which turned out to be the most well-attended event in the association’s history.