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HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Nov 29, 2022

Eric Kaiser and Ty Branaman return to the podcast to talk about getting more people into the trade. They focus on how the HVAC/R industry could be better at attracting and training skilled workers, not just getting more bodies to fill HVAC/R tech and installer positions. 

People are starting to see more value in skilled...

Nov 24, 2022

Genry Garcia returns to the HVAC School podcast to talk about what becoming a complete tech really means and entails. He talks about his professional journey and what we must do to address our deficiencies.

Career progression looks a bit different for everyone, with some technicians going to trade school and others...

Nov 22, 2022

In this short podcast in our electrical myths series, Bryan talks about some inductive current myths.

There is a common myth surrounding voltage drop in inductive loads. When you decrease the voltage in a circuit with a resistive load, you'll see a relatively proportional drop in resistance (ohms) and current in...

Nov 17, 2022

Alex Meaney returns to the podcast to explain why it REALLY gets hot upstairs and what we can do about it. He also talks a bit about his new business.

Heat technically doesn’t rise; warm air is less dense than cooler air, so cooler air sinks as warmer air rises. In many cases, people blame stratification and the stack...

Nov 15, 2022

In this short podcast, Bryan busts the common electrical myth that single-phase 240v power is really two-phase power.

When power goes into a structure that runs 240v appliances, we may understand that two 120v sine waves are 180 degrees out of phase with each other, but that isn’t 100% accurate. If we were to use an...