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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.
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
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.
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/
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!
Live inside the LampsPlus booth, watch on YouTube and Google+ as MyFixitUpLife talk show hosts Mark and Theresa take you inside the show.
You won't want to miss the unveiling of new innovations in lighting, and interviews with experts and celebrities about the hottest trends in kitchens, baths, and lighting.
Guests include designer Michael Murphy, Laurie March, Lauren Hunter, David Grey and Karl Mutchnik. And you never know who else will stop by.
Michael Murphy is an interior design and trends expert. He was the Supervising Producer on TV design guru Christopher Lowell's "Work That Room." Recently, he has completed projects with celebrity designer Kenneth Brown and fashion icon Heidi Klum. Follow Michael on Google+
“Interior Design is about using what you LOVE; COLOR dramatically changes everything; and GREAT STYLE doesn't have to cost a fortune.”
Laurie March is the on-camera talent for HGTVRemodels, host of "Good to Know' for CookingChanneltv.com, and has worked on more than 50 homes and 100s of projects.
David Gray from LampsPlus is sharing lighting trends and simple tips that designers and builders can use in projects to make customers delighted.
"The perfect living room should include seating for a dog too! :) Dogs Make the Best Accessories."
Karl Mutchnik is the solutions manager for Trane, which offers energy-efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems that save homeowners money.
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Higher Consciousness is a program that focuses on the physical as well as metaphysical, cultural, political and spiritual dimensions.All shows are archived; the shows are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.Link: www.blogtalkradio.com/blogtalkradiooyindeenterprises
Title: The Metaphysical Solution for Police Brutality
Guest:Brent Pogue, Engineer and Consultant
Date:Monday, December 8 2014
Join us as Professor Jamela Franklin and Mr. Brent Pogue discuss the racial tensions attributed to the recent and ongoing killings of Black males by the police.
Mr. Brent D. Pogue
Nuclear Engineering, Licensing / Regulatory Affairs
Brings over 20 years of experience in engineering and regulatory affairs expertise in the electric power industry. He has worked for Bechtel Power Corporation on various engineering projects, Pacific Gas and Electric Company in nuclear regulatory affairs and as a system engineer in nuclear HVAC. Mr. Pogue earned his Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) and a Master of Engineering (Mechanical) from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
Professor Jamela Franklin, Ed.M., M.A.
HVAC Services Contractor Richard (Rick) McCarter, joins us today to offer helpful tips and education about the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry. While we are nearing the close of the summer, Rick always has timely tips to offer the public on how to best care for and maintain your units. Safety is also another area. The time it takes to learn, create and follow an HVAC preventive maintenance checklist can save you hundreds and even thousands of dollars.
Indoor and Outdoor Unit Operation and Maintenance
Your equipment will run more effectively, effeciently and safely if some very simple no-cost and low cost procedures are followed. Rick can share information on the inside unit and outside unit maintenance and operation.
inspecting your blower motor
checking for refrigerant and natural gas leaks
electrical and thermostat problems
inspecting the coil and cabinent
Rick has years of experience as an HVAC serviceman, is dedicated to quality service and works hard to ensure every customer is satisfied. He represents the best equipment in quality air conditioning with Trane equipment and services many other top brands. Listen to learn how to save money, maintain safe operation and ensure your unit is serviced properly for peak performance.
Rick serves the Memphis, Collierville and Northern Mississippi area. His website is AirProMemphis.com. He can be reached at 901-381-0099.
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Discussion about Allergens in the home, including the ones that get trapped in our hair and noses and get brought inside with us. Tools and tips for reducing our exposure and lowering histamine load.
Air filtration - HEPA, ionic devices. Keeping dust outside. Humidity, Insulation, HVAC, and keeping air in the right condition inside. Discwasher vs. wick or ultrasonic humidifiers. Laundry and beauty products as allergenic sources. Irritants in bathing and drinking water. Irritants in food. Liners for pillows, comforters and mattresses. Offgassing and sealed interior air. No VOC paint, natural products.