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  • Jayegg

    How to ‘Go Geothermal,’ Eliminate a Cooling Tower, Be a Hero, and Make a Buck

    A 100-ton cooling tower uses 14,400 gallons of fresh water per day. That’s a small cooling tower, and that’s a lot of water. A 15,000-ton chiller plant (about the size used to cool a major airport) will use a couple million gallons of fresh water …

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  • Think For Yourself1

    They wont do the thinking for you

    In today’s modern hydronic systems it seems that almost every component has been marketed and designed to save the installing and service contractor time and headaches. From the recently popular “smart pumps” to the ever increasingly complicated built-in boiler control and everything in between, most …

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  • Eric Aune 2

    Make the Pledge

    We all know the advantages afforded to any country when its people are working. It’s simple; when there are high numbers of employment spending and ownership follows. We have finally begun to see a comeback in both the service and new construction industries, residential and …

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  • Markstein Photo

    Analyzing the numbers: Economic Nuggets

    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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  • Jm Picx

    Oh me, oh my: weeding through the narcissism that is Facebook

    What originated from the room of a college dormitory, and used for students to communicate and connect with each other, Facebook has become one of the most powerful forms of social media. Although, as of late, it’s been brought to my attention that Facebook “is …

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  • Danny Blog Size

    Be a People Builder

    “Good job.  Nice work.  I like the way you solved that issue.  Thanks for all your help.  I appreciate your attention to detail.  Thanks for staying late.” Unless there’s something majorly wrong with you (let’s face it, we’re all a little crazy), chances are you …

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  • Saopaolofield

    Safe Soccer Courtesy of Radiant Cooling

    Fans form all over the world are witnessing radiant cooling in action and have no idea it’s importance. Imagine living in a place with an annual rainfall of 57 inches or more and the winter high temperatures can hover around the 95 degree Fahrenheit mark. …

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  • Eric Aune 2

    ‘Smart Home Revolution’ What’s That?

    Nest Labs to Start Sharing Data from Thermostat Users with Google Nest Labs is taking the next step in its quest to become a hub for the “smart home”, by opening up to other gadgets and services access its learning thermostat and smoke detector software …

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  • Jm Picx

    A Father’s Influence, Support and Mentorship

    Kneeling on the ground, my son placed the hand-picked flower next to the weathered cigar and the pot of daisies. As he got to his feet I asked him if he had anything else to say, which he replied, “Do you, dad?” I did, but …

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  • Max Rohr

    Be the Doctor

    Why is it that doctors are admirable professionals?  What doctors do is commit themselves to education and strive to understand the newest tools and techniques.  They use their skills to keep us safe and healthy. Why aren’t heating professionals and plumbers treated like doctors? Some …

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