This week’s top stories include a much needed HVAC upgrade that was donated to the NYFD, the importance of IAQ and keeping your newborn baby healthy and a group of plumbers that had a really, really bad day at work. Read on for more!
HVAC and Plumbing contractors have proved that they can be some of the most generous people around. Today’s top social media story is about a plumbing field day program that Sam Dowdy, owner of S&D Plumbing and QSC member put on for high school students in his community.
Both HVAC and Plumbing contractors were busy on social media this week. Today’s top social media items show that HVAC and Plumbing aren’t always just about installing pipes and boxes. The people and companies that make up this industry showcased their artful side on social media this week.
At Contracting Business.com we’re always keeping an eye out for unique stories on social media.
This week’s top tweets include a HVAC maintenance checklist for your customers, top-notch installation photos, and pie for everyone!
Help your customers prolong the life of their HVAC units by providing them with a check list like this one.
As fall approaches and students of all ages return to school, the latest issue of the quarterly NATE Magazine from North American Technician Excellence (NATE) promotes the benefits of education, training, and certification as “The Path to Success” for the entire HVACR industry. The issue debuted at the Comfortech 2014 show in Nashville.
At the center of IdeaXchange are industry thought leaders who initiate engaging conversations and lend their unique insights and perspectives. Xperts, as we call them, bring provocative issues to the forefront and help uncover the opportunities buried in business challenges. You can follow your favorite contributors and discover new thought-leaders.
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Contractors have three hot buttons when it comes to installing fans:
Where can I save money?
Where can I save time?
How can I reduce problems after the equipment has been installed?
There is nothing worse than hearing “you are short on air because you installed it wrong”.