Category: Technical Tips

The 411 on A2L Refrigerant Training

A brand new course just hit the ACCA education catalog, A2L Mildly Flammable Refrigerant training. A2L mildly-flammable refrigerants will be […]

How are QA Contractors Prioritized for Sales Leads?

If you have not had a chance to visit the Quality Assured (QA) Contractor Directory located on the ACCA website […]

For Your Safety: Red Flag

It is that time of year again. The time when HVAC professionals identify serious safety faults during maintenance inspections and […]

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Part 1

This is old stuff It’s winter again, and again I feel a need to address the dangers of carbon monoxide.  […]

Eco-friendly Coil Washing

As contractors, we get into a pattern of how we perform our service calls and installations. Rarely do we stop […]

Making Manual S “Super”

ACCA’s Manual S: Residential Equipment Selection is under revision as part of the routine requirements set by the American National Standards […]

Carrier’s Healthy Homes Initiative: Improving Indoor Air Quality and Safety in Homes

These days, many people are spending more time at home than ever before. It is imperative that we all work […]

Answering Customer IAQ Concerns with Proven Methods

Customers’ interest in cleaner air continues to grow as they become savvier about how and what they breathe impacts their health and daily living.

Indoor Environmentalists

Author’s Note: This article was drafted on 17 July 2020.  September and October are prime months to perform maintenance agreements in preparation for […]

Time To Take Command

As a technician, one of the most important things you can do for your clients is to educate them. Unfortunately, […]

Investing In The Future of HVAC – Part 5

This article is a continuation of the previous four articles titled “Investing In The Future of HVAC”.  As was previously discussed, finding qualified HVAC technicians is getting harder for employers to find.  RightTek HVAC Training, in partnership […]

Evacuation-Fact vs Fiction

Evacuation defined Evacuation is the process of dehydrating. What we do when we evacuate a refrigeration system is to lower […]

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