IE3 The Week of September 7: Here’s What Happened
Maintenance is key. Commercial contractors know that maintaining a building’s heating and cooling system is critical to longevity and optimal performance. However, it’s a tough business when many building owners who are looking to lower costs are cutting maintenance. However, many commercial contractors are thriving and shared their secrets with IE3. Read it.
Give in to it! Measuring airflow is often ignored or overlooked, but it’s something you really must do if you want a home to perform properly. Bill Spohn shares some tips for testing airflow on every job. Read it.
Don’t be seen as a scammer! You know that you are there to help, but unfortunately, not everyone is. In fact, sometimes customers stop trusting service providers, because they have fallen victim to a scam in the past. Don’t worry though, IE3 has some tips for working with these customers, so that you can build their trust. Read it.
Make sure it’s approved. There are a lot of load calculation software programs, but not all of them are created the same. ACCA explains why you should only be using a software program that is “Powered by Manual J.” Read it.
You like that? The NLRB is at it again and this time they are expanding their interpretation of what is protected activity on social media. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details in her latest article. Read it.
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