The summer is upon us, and it’s already shaping up to be a hot one. Air conditioners all over the country are waking up from many months of slumber. And unfortunately, many of them won’t work properly. They may fail to work as soon as they’re turned on, a week later or a month later.
Cold Craft, Inc. Highlights Their Commitment to Successful HVAC R Installations, Repairs and Customer Satisfaction
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Many heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) firms say that they stand behind their product and they are there for their customers. When the petal hits the metal, is your HVAC firm there to back you up or are they nowhere to be found? Randy Warshawsky
Introduction from a Silicon Valley CEO in the HVAC R (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) Industry and Editorial From Jack Tester Susan Nichol In junior high I distinctly remember the shop teacher not only encouraging but having their student test a student made one-person helicopter behind the school one afternoon. I was in 6th
Nicole Krawcke, The HVAC News The number one cause of HVAC issues whether for the comfort of the employees or for mission critical components is a lack of maintenance. The cost of a lack of maintenance and advanced planning for equipment replacement can cripple a firm, because catastrophic events can grind all production to a
Susan Nichol I grew up in a Jersey suburb as the youngest of eight girls. That’s me the red head down in front for our Easter photo. A large family is great, always someone to confide in, but being the youngest means that when the older sisters went off to school or work I had
When to Know a Repair just won’t cut it. There’s a saying we’ve all heard about life: nothing lasts forever. Unfortunately, your air conditioner is no exception. Eventually you’ll have to repair or replace your Air Conditioning system. How do you know it’s time to call it quits with your home’s old system? Your AC