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    Atlanta Weekend Helper

    I'm here to help anyone in the atlanta area that needs help on the weekends or holidays. I have limited experience, but have no problems doing what I'm told. I have a 2 year degree in HVAC/R and am a...
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    I went from 65K down to $13.00 a hour at the...

    I went from 65K down to $13.00 a hour at the electrical company that took me in. It was a big adjustment for my family and I. I feel that me not being able to take less than the $13.00 an hour is my...
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    Had a handful. Its tough getting out there. I'm...

    Had a handful. Its tough getting out there. I'm working nights putting in a fire alarm at GSU from 9 Pm till 7 AM. Been doing it for months and still cant get my sleep hours right, lol. I went on one...
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    :bump:

    :bump:
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    Bumping me back to the top:bump::whistle:

    Bumping me back to the top:bump::whistle:
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    Thanks guys I'll look into it. I've turned in...

    Thanks guys I'll look into it. I've turned in applications in several places, even as referrals with no luck. Its a tough market out there.
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    Seeking the Challenging Position of an HVAC...

    Seeking the Challenging Position of an HVAC Technician

    A highly gifted worker with experience in plumbing, carpentry, electrical and construction.

    Professional Experience

     Electrician for...
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    Anyone hiring in the Atlanta area

    I'm green as they come, but am very mechanically inclined, great at troubleshooting and have a good bit of electrical experience in high and low voltages and motor controls. :putergreet:
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    I've often wondered the same thing. Its tough...

    I've often wondered the same thing. Its tough just to think about it.
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    Nice. Its $150 to $175 around here

    Nice. Its $150 to $175 around here
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    oxyacetylene cost

    I was just checking to see how much it cost to get a set of tanks filled. 40 c.f. or so. Also about how long does it last before refilling. I know theres no good answer for that one but a ball park...
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    Thats crazy. I looked at his page and his mailing...

    Thats crazy. I looked at his page and his mailing address is where my folks live. Wonder if they know theres cannons going off up the street, lol.
  13. Thread: motivation

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    Thats a tough one. Once working routines have...

    Thats a tough one. Once working routines have been established its hard to break. Your just going to to have to slowly get harder on them if you have time for that.
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    I agree with everyone else get the ductwork...

    I agree with everyone else get the ductwork fixed. I have a tri level house with one unit. Every duct in the house is flex and some runs are 30 foot long also. The flex used to run over, around, and...
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    I used Ohio Casualty for workers comp and, Hmm,...

    I used Ohio Casualty for workers comp and, Hmm, cant remember who wrote the general liability. It was so cheap that we only paid once a year.
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    Thats a shame. Its a relatively cheap 6 X 6 PVC...

    Thats a shame. Its a relatively cheap 6 X 6 PVC box which would have been a breeze to replace.
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    Just the response I expected. Sounds like your...

    Just the response I expected. Sounds like your company needs to direct their hiring to a salesperson that already has training in the HVAC field instead of hiring an "experienced" sales person that...
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    I was promised nothing by the school and was...

    I was promised nothing by the school and was advised that they could not help with placement. I went because there was not a ceiling in learning the trade. There is unlimited career paths to chose...
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    According to my calender the world will end every...

    According to my calender the world will end every 12 months:whistle:
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    I've been reading away at this thread and wonder...

    I've been reading away at this thread and wonder if the employer isn't as lazy as everyone seems to thing the young folks are. Trade school is a joke and most likely always has been. Being able to...
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    I guess I'll just stick to the old analog. But...

    I guess I'll just stick to the old analog. But like Upnort, I like gadgets also.
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    Capacitor tester

    Hey guys, whats a good economical tester? I've been looking on amazon, supply houses, ebay and review boards, but haven't come up with a solid description to make a firm decision. I have always used...
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    Interview Help

    This may be the craziest thing you may have heard, but at 35 years old I've never been in an interview. Straight out of high school I started laying bricks for a friend of mines dad and eventually...
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    +1. You need a good meter. I personally like...

    +1. You need a good meter. I personally like Fluke meters. It'll cost you some money, but like Tech said. You dont want to get hit with 480 cause you bought a cheap meter that runs on watch batteries.
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    We have a springfield 9 next to the bed, but any...

    We have a springfield 9 next to the bed, but any shotgun will do. It doesnt have to be sawed off or pistol grip, just your plain old shotgun will do for home defense. I would recommend a pump and a...
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