Building Industry Knowledge Through Experience – Legends of HVAC Interview Series: Karl Zellmer with Becky Hoelscher

Career Advice and Key to Success

This is the final podcast in our “Legends of HVAC” interview series with HVAC Legend, Karl Zellmer, VP of Air Conditioning Sales at Emerson and Becky Hoelscher, Director of Aftermarket Sales at Emerson. In this episode, we talk to multiple industry experts,

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Comfort and Livability – Legends of HVAC Interview Series: Karl Zellmer with Shane Angle

Career Advice and Key to Success

This podcast is the fourth in our “Legends of HVAC” interview series with HVAC Legend, Karl Zellmer, VP of Air Conditioning Sales at Emerson. In this episode, Karl and Shane share their inside advice to contractors on how to make their jobs easier through resources,

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Changes in the Industry – Legends of HVAC Interview Series: Karl Zellmer with Shane Angle

Career Advice and Key to Success

This podcast is the third in our “Legends of HVAC” interview series with HVAC Legend, Karl Zellmer, VP of Air Conditioning Sales at Emerson. In this episode, Shane Angle, VP of Sales and Technical Services at Emerson joins the conversation to discuss the many changes that face the HVAC industry.

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Building Relationships in the Industry – Legends of HVAC Interview Series: Karl Zellmer

Career Advice and Key to Success

The HVAC industry is filled with dedicated professionals who work hard every day. But achieving that next level of success takes more than hard work; you need to establish strong business connections.

Career Advice and Keys to Success – Legends of HVAC Interview Series: Karl Zellmer

Career Advice and Key to Success

This podcast is the first in our “Legends of HVAC” interview series with HVAC Legend Karl Zellmer, Vice President of Air Conditioning Sales at Emerson. In this episode, Karl, a 37- year industry veteran, discusses his seven tips to career success.

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Energy Regulations will Impact the HVAC Industry in 2018

energy regulations

In early 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) implemented energy regulations impacting the commercial heating and cooling industry. These new standards will change how commercial rooftop air conditioners, heat pumps and warm-air for “low-rise” buildings are engineered. The goal of these new standards is to improve efficiency and cut energy usage.