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The ACCA HVAC Blog is focused on helping professional contractors run smarter, better businesses. Led by contractors themselves, who know firsthand the technology and cultural changes that are transforming old-school trades into a high-tech, dynamic, and driven industry. ACCA HVAC Blog is where forward-thinking contractors go for daily content to feed their passion for success.
Paying Employees For Time Spent on Social Media
A member asked ACCA’s legal expert, about how to handle employees who are spending time on social media during work hours.
HB McClure located in Harrisburg, PA started off as a family owned business founded in 1914. Throughout the century, McClure has operated […]
ACCA Pushes Congress for Career and Technical Education Funding in FY22
ACCA took a step in addressing membership’s #1 legislative priority (workforce) by urging Congressional leadership to support greater funding for the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act (Perkins) in Fiscal Year (FY) 2022.
Alexandria, VA (April 24, 2021) – The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) announces the launch of its new Practical […]
Reps Scott and Foxx Announce Bipartisan Workforce Development Effort
Chairman Bobby Scott (D-VA) and Ranking Member Virginia Foxx (R-NC) of the House Committee on Education and Labor announced the launch of a bipartisan effort to reauthorize the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which is the primary federal workforce development legislation in the United States.
A Residential Service & Installation (RSI) accredited contractor can submit projects to ACCA to obtain a Quality Installation (QI) Certificate. […]
Update on GFCI Nuisance Trips on Outdoor HVAC Equipment Related to 2020 NEC
Informal testing results from Trane shows GFCI outlets or disconnects severely effect variable capacity equipment (ECM/brushless rotor motors / inverter technology). Single speed and two speed equipment has proven to be less susceptible to nuisance trips. This is good news, but much more work needs to be done.
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