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April 18, 2011
I remember the days when gas was $0.96 cents a
gallon - and I am only 32. I didn’t start driving until I was 16 years old, so
in the past 16 years gas prices have increased around $3.00 dollars or more per
April 12, 2011
Construction and maintenance pros, do you have what it takes to takes to excel today? I'm not talking about aggressive cost cutting or crazy-efficient management techniques. Chances are you are already doing those things.
April 8, 2011
The earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crises in
Japan have brought stories of tragedy, survival, and hope to light. Many of
these stories reflect a vast difference between American and Japanese culture;
for example, standing in line.Read More
April 5, 2011
Last week I went to Washington D.C. for AHRI’s
annual media roundtable and public policy symposium. I heard a few interesting
political tidbits and some good quotes, and thought I’d share some of the more intriguing
ones here.Read More
April 1, 2011
Al Levi could have packed it in, gone to Arizona, and led the good life. After all, he sold his contracting company back when the economy was still vibrant.
March 29, 2011
Of course I am talking about being an HVACR
technician. That takes a special set of skills and achievements. Not just
anybody can install a zoned system or diagnose a chiller problem. And, not just
anybody can be a judge for the Dealer Design competition. Read More
March 24, 2011
Last week I spent a couple days at the Coverings Show in Las Vegas. Usually, I’m very focused at trade shows on meeting readers or advertisers and talking about their specific interests.
March 9, 2011
We’ve had a snowy winter here in Michigan. We just got
dumped with 8 inches recently, and we are always expecting more. But I haven’t
minded at all because my new car has four-wheel drive.Read More
February 25, 2011
Nobody wants to hear Road Warrior stories. Those are the
stories business travelers amass over the years about trips in which various
things go wrong - delayed or canceled flights, lost luggage, mixed up hotel
reservations, etc.Read More
February 17, 2011
Henry Abbott Technical High School in Danbury, Conn., has chosen to add No Ducks in the Attic & Other Basics of HVAC Installation by Rich Schuster to its HVAC program.