As I anticipate the usual gluttony of Thanksgiving Day trappings, prepared and set on a festive table by my sister, I am reminded that some people don’t have that luxury. They often go hungry on Thanksgiving. That’s what makes the people I met recently so special.
DECEMBER 13 Gas Heating Ignition Systems & CO Evaluation International Service Leadership Milledgeville, GA 706-485-8775 16-17 Basic Refrigeration & HVAC Operations Alabama Power Company Verbena, AL 800-634-0154 Millennium Synthesys School
It was a mere two weeks ago that I talked about the biggest concerns of HVACR contractors. I mentioned then, as I have many times in the past, that the No. 1 problem among HVACR contractors is, and has been, finding and retaining service technicians. While that still may be the No. 1 problem recognized by the majority of our contractors across the U.S., I was presented with a slightly different perspective at a recent meeting of a contractor group.
There’s one more good reason why this is, in my book, the best time of year. When you are editor-in-chief of this fine publication, you get to see and review all of the entrants in The News’ “Best Contractor To Work For” contest.