View Poll Results: What industry do you work in now or have in the past. This is multiple choice.
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Golf Business (Golf Professional)
Farm Hand (Best job I’ve had, just didn't pay!)
Always in 'administration' first in general contractor area, than plumbing, finally landing in building maintenance. Now trying to pitch in when possible (I grew up with an Electrician father who did not believe his girls needed to be helpless) as the economy forces the down sizing of our workforce.
telecommunications - cabling, tech support, field service... downsized in to oil burner school in 2003. prefer playing with wrenches and torches, anyway...
Fixed computers covering 3 states for 3 years.
Then went back to plumbing, steam fitter and HVAC.
Remember, Air Conditioning begins with AIR.
real estate developer
paramedic/ fire fighter
chimney sweep/ inspector/ restoration specialist
lead service tech/ marble-mantel installer for factory built fireplace installing distributor
sell/ service/ install hearth appliances and gas piping
factory Q/A rep. for fireplace mfr
industry instructor/ speaker
loss consultant/ investigator
I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up...
Keep the fire inside the fireplace.
military, residential installer, residential service tech, apartment maintenance supervisor
I work for Roth Bros while in school. I dispatch HVAC techs and am customer service for all of our customers pertaining to their heating, cooling and energy management systems.
Commercial hvac 2stage absortion systems and hp boiler opperator.
Before getting into HVAC I worked as a projectionist for Local 640, worked for the Smithtown Highway Department as a laborer, drove an oil truck, worked in the oil home heating business.
If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
business owner building maintenance Hvac
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-Industrial Controls Programming
-Instrumentation Calibrations to ISO17025
In depth client interviews, including problem clarification, documentation, solution budget development and exploring financing options
Improvement design, costing, and various iteration cost benefit comparison
Tailored financial analysis and design packaging
Implementation supervision and quality control (babysitting)
Client follow up and continuous commissioning
Which makes more sense to you?
- turning your thermostat back and being uncomfortable. Maybe saving 5-10%
- leaving your thermostat where everyone is comfortable. Saving 30-70%
DO THE NUMBERS! Step on a HOMESCALE.
What is comfort? Well, it AIN'T just TEMPERATURE!
Energy Obese? An audit is the next step - go to BPI.org
, or RESNET
, and find an auditor near you.