This is a guest post by Bob Wells, a retired HVAC tech who now dedicates himself to sharing knowledge on his website hvactraining101.com.
No matter what our specialty, once we’ve been on a construction-related job a few years, we’ve got a few stories to tell. A lot of them start with “How the he**” did that get there, or “YUCK!” Read More
Humans tend to take plumbing for granted, that is until something goes wrong. Major plumbing issues typically aren’t easy to fix either, since most of the piping is buried behind walls and under concrete, so it’s important to make sure it’s done right before it’s covered up. Read More
Whether you’re in facility maintenance or HVAC, it’s important to take dew point in consideration when you adjust the indoor air temperature of your building. When only the temperature is adjusted on the building controller, the relative humidity can be greatly affected. Read More