Mike Muras
  • Glendora, CA
  • United States
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M & K Electrical & Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning
Professional Certification
Mike Muras is NATE-Certified #3657607 www.natex.org ; CA State Licensed Contractor #902942 General Building Electrical Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning Refrigeration www.cslb.ca.gov ; National Comfort Institute NCI-Certified www.nationalcomfortinstitute.com ; EPA-Certified Universal Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning http://www.epa.gov/Ozone/title6/608/index.html ; R-410A Refrigerant Qualified www.HVACRedu.net .
Professional Interests
HVACR Performance - Building Performance - Home Performance. HVAC - Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning - Efficiency Analyst - Plumbing Efficiency Analyst - Electrical Efficiency Analyst - Building Efficiency Analyst. Glendora, California and surrounding community. Member of the Institute of Heating and Air Conditioning Industries, Inc. www.IHACI.org . Member City Glendora CA Chamber of Commerce http://www.glendora-chamber.org .
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http://www.mkelectricalplumbing.com/
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http://mikemuras.blogspot.com/
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"Practical Standards to Measure HVAC System Performance" Rob "Doc" Falke 04/17/2006

Posted on April 4, 2014 at 8:10am 0 Comments

Air Conditioning can be 44% of residential peak electrical load in California. It makes sense to understand how to get true performance. Rob "Doc" Falke is outstanding and leads us in most high performance http://contractingbusiness.com/archive/practical-standards-measure-hvac-system-performance . …

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One of the Best Troubleshooting Instruments

Posted on April 1, 2014 at 1:04pm 0 Comments

One of the best troubleshooting instruments is our mind. Our brains are amazing "problem solvers". Selling the "fix" to our customers is another story...

Workforce Development

Posted on March 28, 2014 at 9:38am 0 Comments

My skills are developed in many positive ways which are impacted and guided by www.HVACRedu.net 's  excellent Workforce Development. As I work through projects, I am completing them with much improved energy efficiency and quality for my customers. I have more knowledge and I understand more of what's around me. This makes me feel good. Thank you HVACRedu.net  .

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