In part 2 of this series, this next episode continues the discussion between host, Lindsay Headings and HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, Jessica Bannister, and Bill Spohn. These guests toured The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio, and the new Copeland labs in Sidney, Ohio. The group discussed highlights of the tour like the Residential Connected home located inside The Helix and brainstormed ways to promote the skilled trades.
In this episode, Lindsay Headings sits down with HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, and Bill Spohn at The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio. Jessica Banister also joins us remotely. Our conversation begins with personal back-stories from the experts, including their passion for HVACR, and how that led them to start their social channels.
In this episode, HVAC School podcast host Bryan Orr is joined by Ryan Gorman, CEO of Coldwell Banker, to give a fresh perspective on a trending topic: College vs. Skilled Trades. A subject that is top of mind for many,
In this episode, Lindsay Headings and our co-host, Vickie Blakey, are joined by three HVAC customer service experts: Ty Gates, Zane Pockrandt, Scott Frymann from Logan A/C & Heat Services in Dayton, Ohio. These industry experts provide insight on the benefits of talking through two-stage technology with the homeowner.
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In this episode, we kick off the conversation discussing the serviceability of two-stage systems, then move to installation differences between two-stage and fixed or variable speed systems. We also discuss the basic checklist homeowners should do before having a technician service a unit.
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On this episode, we are joined again by Dr. Rajan Rajendran and Jennifer Butsch, Copeland’s regulatory experts. This episode of What’s New with Regs walks through the recently approved American Innovation and Manufacturing Act (AIM Act). We discuss what the AIM Act is,
In this episode, Lindsay, John, and James decode a common compressor nomenclature and explain the difference between even and uneven tandems. We also provide various marketing bulletins based on tandem/single compressor replacements, run cycle, staging, and oil balancing.
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In this episode, Lindsay, Jennifer, and Rajan continue the discussion from the previous episode, and further explore the world of system efficiency. Rajan explains the metrics (SEER, IEER, EER) used to rate AC systems and what it fails to cover.
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