Today there are growing concerns about the technician shortage in the HVAC industry. In the midst of this, Emerson reached out to a local trade school, Upper Valley Career Center (UVCC), to talk to students first hand and hear why they chose to enter the HVAC industry and what types information or individuals influenced their decision.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria caused major devastation in parts of Texas, Florida, and other southeastern coastal states. Homeowners and business owners are beginning the cleanup and rebuilding process. Many will seek out help from trusted contractors for repairs, particularly to air conditioning and heating equipment.
Learn more about commercial rooftop air conditioners and know when it’s time to repair or replace your rooftop ac unit.
Learn more about the HERS Index and why it is an important tool for builders and homeowners alike.
Hotels can greatly reduce their energy expenses by reallocating unwanted hot air using a heat recovery chiller. Learn more about this energy efficient option.
Learn how adding a heat-recovery chiller to your air conditioner can significantly increase your home’s energy savings.
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.
Emerson continues its conversations with some prominent contractors in the industry, to see why they chose HVAC as a profession and hear some of their thoughts on what success and leadership mean within the industry.
Hosts: Pete Lee,
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,