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    As seen on This Old House®: Historic home gets new, efficient heating solution

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    General Pipe Cleaners Names Dunbar National Sales Manager

    General Pipe Cleaners, a division of General Wire Spring, has named Dave Dunbar as National Sales Manager. A 21-year veteran of General, Dave succeeds Andy Zelazny, who retired at the end of September after 40 years of dedicated service to the company.  Dave brought years …

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    RIDGID PEX-One 12V Battery PEX Tool

    Designed specifically for one-handed use, the RIDGID® PEX-One™ 12V Battery PEX Tool presses a half inch through one inch PEX tubing. It is 16.5 inches long and weighs 5.8 pounds, including battery and dies, which is over 25 percent lighter than other battery-powered PEX tools. …

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    Milwaukee Tool 12pc Ratchet and Socket Set

    Delivering ultimate versatility and access, the new 12pc Ratchet and Socket Set features a ratchet with pivoting head that can be used as a ratchet, nut driver, and any angle in between. New proprietary sockets feature a parallel flat design for wrench compatibility and to …

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    Uponor prez Bill Gray Speaks on water panel

    As part of Uponor North America’s commitment to developing smart water solutions, the company recently participated in the 2017 Minnesota Water Technology Summit, hosted by Greater MSP. The event, which was held at the Target Field Metropolitan Club in downtown Minneapolis, addressed key topics in …

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    The chicken or the egg? Advanced piping technologies vs. skilled labor

    When it comes to new piping technologies that some say are ‘degrading’ the trade, is it the product that’s causing a reduction in skilled labor? Or is it the lack of skilled labor that’s moving the plumbing and heating industry towards faster, simpler products? I’ll …

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    New Jersey resident wins Lennox contest

    Richardson, Texas — Challenged to suggest a creative summer energy savings tip, Charlie Faunde of Englewood, N.J., decided to implement “No WIFI Wednesdays” in his household, and his suggestion led to his designation as Lennox’ newest “Energy Savings Superstar.” The Lennox 2017 “Energy Savings Superstar” …

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    Clothes make the tradesman

    I have been on a lifelong quest to find the perfect work attire. My wardrobe over the the years has changed, with the styles of course. At one point I wore the work shorts similar to Lieutenant Jim Dangle on Reno 911. Hey, they worked …

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    Water Quality & Your Water Heating System

    While factors such as efficiency, performance, and cost-savings are carefully scrutinized in the process of purchasing and installing water heating systems, the issue of local water quality seems largely overlooked by comparison despite its significance. The degree of attention that is given to water quality …

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    3 Reasons You Can’t Miss the 2018 AHR Expo

    The 2018 AHR Expo will be held Jan. 22-24, 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago As a contractor in the HVACR industry, there’s no doubt you’ve heard of the AHR Expo, the world’s largest industry event that draws in upwards of 65,000 attendees and 2,000 …

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