It has become abundantly clear that emerging energy efficient technologies and policies for buildings are important not only for a cleaner environment, but also as a means to boost the economy. Years of research have borne this out.
Your business is established. You have a good reputation in your industry and a good management team in place. Gone are the days of building the business and putting everything back into the company to grow. That’s the good part! But with success come other questions and concerns.
When a loved one or friend is sick and in the hospital, it can be a very challenging time, not only for the patients, but loved ones as well. The last thing that patients and families should need to worry about is whether or not their hospital is fire-safe.
Last night I was reading my weekly issue of the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration News. In this issue, Jen Anesi had a very interesting editorial regarding the importance of “random acts of kindness.”
According to Google’s own data, every month there are several hundred thousand searches on mobile devices related to HVAC contractors, a/c or heating repair, and installation. These searches could mean a lot of new customers for your local business.
As more and more of us use our iPhones, Androids, and Blackberries to check emails, view websites, and text our kids and friends, many are using smartphone apps for other purposes: weather reports, news, and — safety. So here are 10 great apps that make your smartphone a powerful safety accessory.
It can be confusing when you go to cut in a new diffuser for an HVAC system. What size ceiling box do you use? What size grille do you use? What size should the hole be? How do you connect the sheet metal duct?
One of the biggest misconceptions in the 401(k) world is all plans are created equal. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is this misconception that is hurting plan sponsors and plan participants alike.
The life and performance of an air plasma torch’s consumable parts can be affected by a few different factors. This article discusses the effect on consumable parts life and cut quality that can be caused by contaminants in the compressed air supply.