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Industry Veteran Michelle Knaszak Joins Dr. Energy Saver

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Beyer Dec 28, 2014. 3 Replies

Dr. Energy Saver is pleased to announce that Michelle Knaszak has joined the company as our Director, Training and Development, effective January 1. 2015. Michelle joins us after nine successful…Continue

 

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Kent Mitchell commented on Marc Tannenbaum's blog post 3 Issues HVAC contractors Should Know About Impacting Customer Comfort and Health
"One of the big culprits we have found is lack of 6-sided enclosures.   Knee walls are the most common.  Blame falls on the HVAC but its really not their fault."
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Marc Tannenbaum commented on Marc Tannenbaum's blog post 3 Issues HVAC contractors Should Know About Impacting Customer Comfort and Health
"Kevin, Use the link from our website: https://www.atticsystems.com/about-attic-systems/news-and-events/30091-3-issues-impacting-homeowner-comfort-and-health-you-need-to-know-about.html and post it as a Status on his page, then everyone can see…"
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3 Issues HVAC contractors Should Know About Impacting Customer Comfort and Health

There is an epidemic of people suffering in many of the 100 million homes across the U.S.  Many of your customers are living in uncomfortable and unhealthy homes, and are wasting money trying to heat and cool their homes.Even after HVAC contractors have installed higher efficiency, properly sized equipment in their homes, many are still getting call backs from customers because they have rooms and entire homes that remain too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter.  The HVAC equipment is…See More
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3 Issues HVAC contractors Should Know About Impacting Customer Comfort and Health

There is an epidemic of people suffering in many of the 100 million homes across the U.S.  Many of your customers are living in uncomfortable and unhealthy homes, and are wasting money trying to heat and cool their homes.Even after HVAC contractors have installed higher efficiency, properly sized equipment in their homes, many are still getting call backs from customers because they have rooms and entire homes that remain too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter.  The HVAC equipment is…See More
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3 Issues HVAC contractors Should Know About Impacting Customer Comfort and Health

Posted on October 19, 2017 at 11:30am 5 Comments

There is an epidemic of people suffering in many of the 100 million homes across the U.S.  Many of your customers are living in uncomfortable and unhealthy homes, and are wasting money trying to heat and cool their homes.

Even after HVAC contractors have installed higher efficiency, properly sized equipment in their homes, many are still getting call backs from customers because they have rooms and entire homes that remain too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter.  The HVAC…

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