Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) contractors looking for plentiful job opportunities, high salaries, available training and large numbers of service calls should head for the Buckeye state or sunny California according to a list of Top States to Work in HVACR compiled by Emerson.
Industry professionals understand the benefits of modulating HVAC systems. They control temperature more precisely, remove extra humidity, run quietly, and are energy efficient. But how do you convey these benefits to homeowners effectively? Read on to learn more.
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.
Join Becky Hoelscher of Emerson and Nick Lamb from Butler Heating & Air Conditioning for tips on how you can talk about comfort with your customers. Becky is the director of AC Aftermarket sales for Emerson and Nick is the owner of Butler Heating & Air Conditioning. With their combined experience and knowledge in the industry, they will provide great insight on how you can become an expert on the topic and connect the dots between comfort and efficiency.
According to data from the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation, by 2022 the HVACR industry will be facing a staffing shortfall of 115,000 contractors, making recruiting new professionals even more challenging.
Emerson continually works to survey the landscape to help educate the industry on the impact of trends and regulatory changes. See our newest HVAC Market Dynamics report to see how contractors are responding to the latest efficiency requirements.