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  • Jayegg

    Geothermal pool water heating saves energy and increases profits

    Have you ever considered all of the computers, lighting, appliances and people that create heat and are a potential source of energy that can provide domestic hot water and be used to heat spas and pools? With standard air source heat pumps, cooling equipment, or …

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  • Rob DaltonSMALL

    Want to grow your brand? Enrich the rituals

    Every day, your customers are bombarded with countless new product introductions, ad messages, testimonials, social media, news alerts and other sources of information (like this article).  For marketers, “cutting through the clutter” has become the rally cry of the day, yet Americans are increasingly immune …

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  • Mike Bernasconi

    Condensate Neutralizers

    The importance of neutralizing condensate produced by high efficiency gas fired appliances Most new residential and commercial heating and hot water systems include a furnace, boiler or domestic water heater of the high efficiency condensing type. Condensing appliances extract additional BTUs from the water vapor …

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  • Unknown

    Hands

    Calloused, cut, scraped, blistered, rough, burned, large, sore, tired, small, left, right, one, two, soft, flexible, dirty, clean, wrinkled, smooth, wet, dry, greasy, oily, cold, hot, thin, fat, old, young, slender, short, long, strong, powerful, tools, creative, graceful, artistic, asset, investment, future. It’s all in …

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  • Potts

    Explore regional trade shows

    New products, new methods, and networking galore! These are just some of the benefits of attending a local or regional trade show just like the one the Illinois PHCC will be holding this Friday, March 21. The advantages of attending regional trade shows include putting …

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  • Sahd

    Propane Shortage? It’s in the Logistics

    By late January, at least 24 states had declared an energy emergency, according to NBC News. The propane shortage and accompanying price hike were felt around the country, but the Midwest got hit harder than other places. A crucial supply pipeline that closed last fall, …

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  • Trouble Ahead

    A problem in the classroom

    There seems to be a problem with every training class/program I enroll in or conduct. I see the problem over and over so I know it’s not just something that happened one time or even two. The problem is absence. Absence of those who would …

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  • Allie Hard Hat

    5 Myths About the Skilled Trades BUSTED

    There’s a good deal of smack talk about the trades. I’m here to set the story straight and bust some myths about contractors and skilled trades. “The Skilled Trades are for Dummies.” Actually, the trades require a varied skill set. Tradespeople usually possess a keen …

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  • Markstein Photo

    Economic nuggets: Analyzing the numbers

    Economic Nuggets is a monthly analysis from Bernie Markstein, US Chief Economist for Reed Construction Data. He is a Senior Business Economist with extensive experience analyzing, interpreting and forecasting macroeconomic and regional data. His primary experience in analysis and research in housing and financial markets. …

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  • Korth2

    Solar industry punches back

    The 2012 presidential election had a few common themes, and one of those main themes was Solyndra. The failed company received a half a billion dollars that was lost when they filed for bankruptcy. Solyndra, and the solar industry became a punching bag.  Well, 2013 …

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