Each year in early fall the media inundates the general public with safety notices regarding the effects of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Unfortunately, these warnings often go unheeded by homeowners and business owners.
While trying to come up with a creative definition for the word “hippiater”(which happens to be another name for a horse doctor), it hit me like a ton of bricks. Why not have an HVACR version of the game Balderdash?
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.