It was an e-mail from a trade press colleague. He was forwarding a news release he had received — and, he could not help but include this teaser: “Mark, I don’t know whether to say ‘Oh, brother’ or order one.”
Many contractors already get it. Many distributors get it. If you look at comments from The News’ Contractor Consultants this month regarding the Internet, you’ll see that many contractors understand and appreciate what a Web presence means to them.
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As I was reading an online newsletter from the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors — National Association (PHCC), I was reminded of a subject near and dear to business owners’ hearts: productivity. More specifically, jobsite productivity.
Several aspects of the refrigerant and oil focus in this issue of The News veer away from the familiar world of CFCs, HCFCs, and even HFCs. And that is a reflection of the way the industry is going and may be going.