The North American monsoon is a weather pattern characterized by a significant increase in thunderstorms and rainfall across large areas of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. Typically occurring between June and mid-September, this seasonal change in atmospheric circulation is driven by the intense summer heat over the continental land mass. Read more on what to expect in this blog.
During the summer months, technicians often find themselves working in sweltering attics, where temperatures can exceed 140°F and even reach 170°F. These extreme conditions can lead to dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or even heat stroke, which is considered a medical emergency. Learn more in this blog.
The current NEC code requires GFCIs to be installed on outdoor HVAC systems, which is causing tripping. Read this blog to see how ACCA is taking action.
The coming years could bear some intense heat, with temperatures reaching 125 degrees. Read about how to prepare in this blog.
ACCA Training helps HVAC contractors increase their revenue, reduce liability, and reduce callbacks. Read about the benefits of ACCA Training in this blog.
ACCA membership gives you access to various downloadable safety documents from Federated Insurance. Read this blog to learn more.
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