IBT approach helps to detect issues, pinpoint savings, implement superior systems, and stay ahead of maintenance
September 1, 2015
The BP Group has announced the launch of its Integrated Building Technologies (IBT) division, to assist property owners and managers with recommissioning, application engineering, and HVAC system retrofits, maximizing their buildings’ potential.
Service Logic is one of the largest independent energy and HVAC mechanical services companies in US
August 24, 2015
Modern Heating and Air Conditioning Inc., headquartered in Minneapolis, has been acquired by MSHC Inc., dba Service Logic, headquartered in Denver. Modern provides HVAC mechanical services for commercial, industrial, medical, retail, office, education, and government buildings.
The market is expected to be driven by an increasing focus on energy efficiency and regulatory requirements
August 6, 2015
Building optimization and commissioning services — quality assurance measures that can help meet operational and energy efficiency goals — are expanding with the growing emphasis on efficiency, states Navigant Research.
Book Was Written to Help HVAC Technicians Improve Their Soft Skills
June 2, 2015
Coscia Communications Inc. has announced that the new fourth edition of Steve Coscia’s book, HVAC Customer Service Handbook, has exceeded 10,000 units shipped. The book is currently taught at more than 120 colleges worldwide.
Further Expands ABM’s HVAC, Mechanical, and Energy Solutions Capabilities
May 15, 2015
ABM announced that its Building & Energy Solutions Group has acquired the combined services of CTS Services/Facility Support Services, providers of HVAC service and energy solutions in government, commercial, and industrial buildings with over $35 million in annual revenue.
Projects Will Demonstrate Approaches for Improving Building Energy Use by up to 50 Percent
May 14, 2015
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced nearly $6 million in funding to accelerate energy efficiency in offices, schools, stores, and other buildings to help businesses and communities save money, create jobs, and reduce pollution.
New Study Links High Customer Satisfaction with Field Service Providers Who Fix It on the First Visit
April 28, 2015
Field service organizations need to become more efficient, develop better time-saving approaches, and fix a problem on the first visit in order to meet customer expectations, according to a new study commissioned by Trimble.
Once you grow to a certain size and invest in a few additional trucks, hire some techs, maybe hire a helper or two, and bring in a couple office/administrative folks, suddenly you find no matter how good you are, referrals and repeat business just isn’t enough to keep everyone busy. You need more leads — like, yesterday.
Few things make an honest contractor’s blood boil like hearing homeowners’ stories about how they’ve been scammed in the past. “All of it, just the total thievery and tactics, makes me sick,” said Dave Hutchins, owner and president of Bay Area Air Conditioning, Crystal River, Florida.
The so-called shoulder season is often a difficult time for HVAC contractors. The waning weeks of March and the first days of April, as well as parts of fall, often result in slow business for contractors as consumers don’t have to deal with the immediate repairs and replacements brought on by extreme cold or scorching heat.