Model TP3 is a clip-on diagnostics bag designed to hold a meter and a variety of tools. When not in use, the bag can clip onto any of the company’s tool bag’s tape clip or D-Rings. It features 19 pockets of various sizes that will accommodate the most commonly used tools to diagnose and repair problems on service calls.
When talking to the management or employees at My Plumber Heating and Cooling, it is hard to tell if they are part of a large contracting firm or a big extended family, which is the key to success at this Manassas Va.-based company, and why The NEWS recognized the company as its “Best Contractor to Work For” Eastern region contest winner.
DALLAS — Launching at the 2013 AHR Expo, the Toolbox Technician® app from Emerson Industrial Automation Power Transmission Solutions provides on-the-go access to information that a technician needs to select, install, maintain, and buy Browning bearing and belt drive products.
The TECH-LC tool bag is a HVAC service technician version of the original Model LC. A number of changes have been made to tailor the bag to accommodate HVAC service technicians’ tools and work routines.
Hank’s Plumbing of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, replaced paper forms with mobile software from Flowfinity Wireless Inc., Vancouver, British Columbia, on its field technicians’ smartphones to gain significantly improved management of time and materials.
The HVAC service cart’s workbench allows the technician to work from an upright position. With a mounted vise the technician can prefabricate piping on the cart, instead of working in awkward, hard-to-reach areas where injuries and fire may result, said the company.
The Tech-LC is an HVAC service technician version of the original Model LC tool bag. The professional-grade tool bag was developed to enhance professionalism while increasing productivity and is specifically created with the HVAC technician’s tools and work routines in mind.
Buying a new construction-oriented HVAC contracting business in Indianapolis in 2007 was very risky, but growing that $2 million business during an economic downturn into a $27 million contracting giant in five years is almost beyond belief. How was it done?
In this issue, we take a comprehensive look at the future of social media, SEO, apps, and more and how they can affect your contracting business. We also look at new home automation and zoning products and trends that will benefit your customers in terms of comfort and convenience.
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