IE3 The Week Of April 20: Here’s What Happened
It’s Over!: On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for DC Circuit accepted a settlement agreement that ended the legal challenge of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) 2011 rules that setting new minimum energy conservation standards for a variety of residential HVAC products, including regional standards for furnaces and central air conditioners. Now, one contractor explains what it means to him and our industry. Read it.
How’d it perform?: After a really cold winter, or a really hot summer, you have the opportunity to assess your customers’ home to see how they performed. Learn how you can take advantage of the opportunities the weather presents you. Read it.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T: We live in a very diverse society, so we always need to be respectful of others around us. Since service techs and sales people go into customers’ homes everyday, IE3 has some times for respecting customers customs. Read it.
Safety First!: One of the easiest ways to ensure your team is safe, is to make sure tires on their vehicles are in good shape. Here are some tips to keep you safely on the road. Read it.
Comfort Design: There are several different installation methods for radiant systems, the key is choosing the right method to get the most comfort and efficiency. Read it.
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