Thirty years ago, oil boilers typically incorporated a DHW coil and were set up to run 24/7/365. Poorly insulated, the mechanical room often doubled as a warm place to proof dough for bread baking. I can close my eyes and smell that wonderful odor from Mom’s large bowl of rising dough.
Her name was Elizabeth. It was immediately obvious she was mad as hell!
"I want to know why I just got an electric bill for more than $1,500. The electric company says it was my heating system. You need to get someone over here right away and fix this thing. And, I want to know how much you will charge me before you send someone because I'm a widow and I won't stand for being ripped off."
Is there a standard of care in the plumbing industry? We learn at our mother’s knee (and my mother was no exception): “Wipe your feet or take off your shoes!” She had worked hard to keep our home clean.
Air.Water.Energy., a business that prides itself as a one-call solution for a home’s key systems: heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electric, has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award....More
Generous supporters of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors — National Association’s (PHCC) Educational Foundation, Steven and Isabella Schaefer have been named to the organization’s Board of Governors....More
Today, E.M. Duggan is a more than $175 million company operating out of four buildings in Canton and another in Boston. Monfredo credits Petroni for the company’s amazing success over the past three decades....More
The North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Board of Trustees has announced its roster for 2015-2016, including a renewed chairmanship and seven new and replacement members elected to serve for the new term....More
The International Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Exposition is now coming to a close at the Orange County Convention Center, and CONTRACTOR’s footsore editorial team is there to catch the final hours.
The International Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Exposition is now taking place at the Orange County Convention Center, and CONTRACTOR’s editorial team is combing the show floor to discover the best of the show.