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THIS Friday, August 7th @ 9PM EST: Join host, Krystal Madison-Corvin and special guest Tom Conwell, an esteemed UFOlogist, as they discuss life beyond earth. Tom is an Electronic Technician, a Honeywell Temperature Control, Fire Alarm and Security Software Specialist, Biomedical Engineer, is Fire Alarm Level II Certified, a Metrologist and an HVAC Engineer.
With his wide-ranging expertise and extraordinary knowledge of physics, he is not only a vital scientific resource, but can undertake the wealth of information and theories that embody the title of UFOlogist.
Systems that monitor and control heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) are undergoing a transformation, with good reason: Most of the energy used in buildings, hospitals, campuses, and datacenters is consumed by HVAC. Join us Juan Carlos Toro (PE, LEED, AP, HBDP, CPMP, and one of Engineering News Record's latest "Top 20 Under 40") describes how smart approaches to HVAC can boost sustainable usage in the built environment.
Tune in to as we talk in-depth with Juan Carlos about the growing importance of HVAC. Listeners will learn:
How equipment contributes to HVAC efficiency The role of control in improving HVAC performance How commissioning determines HVAC effectiveness
Now that the brutal winter is over, it's time to prepare your HVAC and business for spring. Harvey Stoller, President of Airdex Inc. will be discussing ways to make your customers and employees comfortable for the warmer weather. Tune in to learn about HVAC maintenance and repairs that will impact the bottom line of your business.
It is with great honor to welcome Pastor Engr. Bernard Adebayo-Ige as a guest in our radio show.He is the Senior Pastor of Winners Vineyard Christian Center, and also a dynamic Speaker, Coach and Teacher of John Maxwell Team. Professionally, he has worked with Fortune 500 companies including Bristol-Myers Squibb, where he was responsible for Pharmaceutical HVAC projects management and SUPERVALU, where he was the Director of Facility Engineering & Energy Management. Bernard is a professional engineer registered in the states of California and Pennsylvania. He has volunteered his time in the past as a member of the General Planning Committee for the City of Eastvale, California, where the he and his family currently lives.
Tune in the radio, and see how God will use Engr. Bernard Adebayyo-Ige to transform your life, and situation to greatness. He will be speaking from his heart of heart because he loves to see people succeed in this life.
Radio link @ www.blogtalkradio.com/winnersbroadcastingradio To join us on Air call in (646)652-4003 :Q & A session after the show.
Radio Host: Dr. Emmanuel Udoeyo (267)423-5695
The hvac tips Mesa home owners have been looking for are included in this informative episode focused on maintaining an hvac unit in extreme Arizona temperatures.
If you have AC or Heating questions or needs, and you live in the greater Mesa area give Air Factor Cooling & Heating a call at 480-706-3333 or visit: http://www.airfactor.net/
With our first live audience show we will be discussing the Veterans and their lack of care at the VA hospitals.
Our main point of discussion for Wednesday at 8:30pm
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) estimates the total number of veteran suicides in America to be 18 suicides every day. A recent survey conducted by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) shows 37 percent of respondents stating they served with at least one post-9/11 veteran who later committed suicide.
We enlighten, we discuss, we inform. We bring you the truth. Freedom is not free.
Are you getting ready to put your house on the market? When it sells are you ready for the home inspection? Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina gives you the top ten tips to getting a cleaner home inspection report from the home inspector.
Confirm gas, water and electricity are turned on and gas pilot lights are burning.
Ensure pets won't hinder inspection. Tell Realtor about cats or other animals to be kept inside.
NOTE: Kenneling or taking the pets to the spa for the day is recommended.
Replace any burned out light bulbs.
Test all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries if needed.
Clean or replace dirty HVAC Air Filters. Verify filters fit and are properly secured.
Move wood, stored items, high soil lines or debris away from foundations perimeter walls or crawl space.
Unlock or remove locks from any items the inspectors must access:
Gates on fences
Attic Access Hatches or Doors
Electric Service Panels
Crawl Space Hatches, for pier-and-beam construction
Confirm areas and components are accessible by removing items blocking access to:.
Trim tree limbs away from the roof covering and trim shrubs away from the exterior walls to allow access.
Repair or Replace broken, damaged or missing items:
Sean McDermott, Partner, Precision Mechanical Services, LLC.
Precision Mechanical Services, LLC is a full service commercial/industrial HVAC, refrigeration, process piping company serving healthcare, institutions, pharmaceutical, government and research sectors. We offer service on -80C freezers, HVAC, steam systems & constant temperature cold rooms. In 2007, we started with 2 mechanics and we now employ 24 people. Our clients include CHOP, University of Penn, JNJ and Bryn Mawr College. Through our expertise, efficiency, integrity & compliant service we identify opportunities because of our extensive training & our skilled employees. We continue to provide cost effective HVAC, refrigeration and process piping services to help save on the bottom line thru our valued preventive maintenance, responsiveness and quality expertise in a dynamic industry. We work hand in hand with current clients to mitigate risk & identify solutions quick to eliminate down time, which is why we continue to be the tri-states preferred solutions provider.
Precision Mechanical Services, LLC. services healthcare, institutions, pharmaceutical, gov't and research sectors that need the job(s) done right the first time so that we can we help eliminate down time and make sure the facility is compliant with all gov't regulations.
I want to be a Millionaire! Many people including myself, feel this way. We want the nice car, house and business. The freedom of making our own choices without answering to ‘Mr. get my coffee’. Is this just a dream or can I make this a reality?
Don’t miss understand me people, reaching this goal is no easy task. You need to put in the work to benefit from the perks. Hard work and education is key to any ones success. Unless you hit the Lotto and join the circle of Lucky Louie’s. Funny, how growing up poor in my mind I was wealthy, but ran around partying and working for Mr. Coffee. Took me some time to realize I needed to stop my shenanigans if I wanted to be rich. Hey! Still thinking wealthy! Think I’m being cocky? No! Staying positive on my journey to success. Going back to my previous statement about working hard; it’s my current situation. Working as a Hvac tech while I go to college at night is my path to success. Staying ambitious and focused is the name of the game. I’m not where I want to be yet, but give me some time and I will become the Mr. Get my coffee.
In life a dream can be big or small and can always be made a reality. Our dedication is what defines us as a person. My mentality has changed over the years and straight to the top is where I’m going. Join me!
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