Emerson talked with students of Upper Valley Career Center (UVCC) trade school & HVAC students about the technician shortage & why they entered the industry
Part 3/3 of Why a career in HVAC?
Check out contractor’s perspective on future trends in HVAC and how they are planning on addressing them now and in the upcoming years.
Hosts: Pete Lee,
Part 2/3 of Why a career in HVAC?
Emerson meets with Kevin Dorough to discuss how he found his way to the HVAC industry as well as his experiences working through the ranks to create a successful career.
Learn more about the different types of refrigerants, R-22 and R-410A, and discover the reasons why R-22 was discontinued in 2010.
Emerson continues its conversations with prominent contractors. In this episode, we learn about why each of them chose a career in HVAC and hear some of their thoughts on what success looks like and leadership means in the industry.
When you’re looking for a new air conditioning or heating system, it is important to factor in the total cost of ownership, not just the initial sticker price. Here are a few points to consider:
- Higher efficiency units cost more,
The Goodman 16-18 SEER systems featuring the Copeland Scroll two-stage compressor provide contractors with an ideal way to help homeowners get the comfort and efficiency they want at an accessible price. In this podcast, you can check out an interview with Eric Strausbaugh of Emerson and Steve Miles of Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning to hear what Steve thinks about two-stage technology and how to talk about it with homeowners.
The industry is getting ready for the upcoming cooling season, and this can be a very busy time of year for contractors. In this episode of HVAC on Air, we’d like to take a moment and look at how attending shows like ACCA,
Recently, Emerson Climate Technologies conducted a survey of homeowners who have purchased a mini-split system within the past 1-5 years. The respondents represented a large sample of people across the U.S. in different climate zones, which provided a good understanding of how mini-splits are being applied throughout the country.
Over 60,000 visitors attended the 2016 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating (AHR) Expo to exhibit and explore innovations from around the world. The show offered attendees an opportunity to learn about new technologies and products through exhibitor booths, seminars,