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  • Clay

    AHR Expo works hard for contractors

    As the HVACR world continues to grow and evolve, so does the AHR Expo; we are constantly looking for ways to make the experience better for our visitors and exhibitors. One thing that’s incredibly important to us is making the show worthwhile for all attendees. …

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  • Eric Aune 2

    Radiant Floors -vs- Radiant Ceilings

    Radiant floors have long been popular in new construction and retrofit projects. In the face of huge popularity, growing success and satisfied customers, it’s difficult to criticize radiant floor heating technology. When radiant floors are installed well under the proper circumstances, radiant floors are among …

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  • Jayegg

    Geothermal advances that are engineered to save money

    I don’t like to admit it, but I’m becoming an “old-timer” in the geothermal HVAC industry.  Regardless, I have made a commitment to continue to look for better ways to do things.  If you need a quick review of geothermal heating and cooling, this article …

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  • Steve Wieland

    Beer:30 — Terrapin HI-5 IPA

    Welcome to our new blog series, Beer:30. It has been widely known that when people travel for work, they usually try to find a good beer while on the road — whether it is local to that particular area or a beer too good to …

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  • WQYGE

    Geo What?! & My top 3 picks for Smart Thermostats

    The smart thermostat market is a highly competitive place. Google’s Nest changed how consumers approached their heating and cooling system for the first time in decades just a few years ago. Entering into the market just last year was the controls giant Honeywell with the …

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  • Dain Hansen

    IAPMO’s view from the Hill, and the industry

    Dain Hansen is vice president of Government Relations, The IAPMO Group. He lends his frequent perspective of Capitol Hill, and the plumbing industry. Here is an edited version of his update from September 11, 2015:   Fracking Company Using Toilet Water To Cut Costs Pioneer …

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  • Eric Aune 2

    A shot in the arm for the blue collar movement

    Over the last couple years I’ve outlined some of the major challenges we have at manning the skilled trade job site here on The Hub. My time in front of the classroom has put a lot into perspective regarding the want or need to learn …

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  • Allie Hard Hat

    Online reviews: Why you NEED to care

    Reviews matter. Admit it, you’ve pursued a lead for a business or service from a friend or family member before conducting your own blind search. Most people have and will continue to do so. However, when people in your life may not have personal experience …

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  • 91 Atlg

    It’s been three years, thank you!

    What were you doing three years ago today, at this exact time? While most people would have a hard time answering that question, I do not. Three years ago, September 3, 2012 my business partner John Mesenbrink and I were anxiously awaiting the launch of …

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  • VertLoop©

    Are we training enough techs to work with geothermal systems?

    After we’ve finally reached the point of “Peak Oil,” global petroleum production may no longer meet demand. In the meantime, the burning of fossil fuels releases the greenhouse gases responsible for global warming into the atmosphere. It is therefore critical to switch to renewable sources …

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