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Articles by Kimberly Schwartz
It’s become more vital than ever for contractors to set up and enforce good policies to ensure they receive payment for the work they do.
While there are still barriers to the growth of geothermal, including high first cost and logistical challenges, experts believe these can be overcome through advancing technology and educational efforts.
The Geothermal Exchange Organization is continuing to concentrate its lobbying efforts on including geothermal in federal and state definitions of renewable energy.
Efforts are underway to increase awareness and training to promote familiarity with geothermal systems.
Contractors' workloads are increasing, and they need to hire more employees to be able to meet the needs of their customers.
As the regional standards ruling remains entangled in litigation, it is becoming more difficult for the HVAC industry to determine how to move ahead.
According to AHRI, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has issued 86 rules regulating the HVAC industry in the past 13 years. And that’s just the DOE.
While the economy appears to be picking up for much of the country, some HVAC business owners are concerned that ever-increasing government regulation is threatening the market.
The company has acquired five HVAC businesses in the Midwest and is now working to integrate them into its corporate culture.