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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac00 View Post
    hey Qwerty, I just sent tech222 an e-mail. Is there a Trane dealer in Lackawana or something named Grisome/Griston? Our Trane dealer got his dealership yanked by Trane a couple months ago. I have no idea who is handling Trane now. I suppose I could go to the American Standard guys (VP Supply)
    Gerster Trane. Do you need parts?


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    jmac00 has been very very nice to me, i appreciate it

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    welcome holdi!

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    Hey Tech222, I'd be happy to talk to you further about getting into the HVAC field. With the industry merging with more controls and automation, we need technicians that have stronger computer backgrounds that can keep up with the new products hitting the market. Any contractor that plans to keep up with the rising demand from customers for more technology and automation out of their HVAC equipment is going to need technicians that are computer savvy as well as HVAC mechanical capable. Please feel free to send me an e-mail if you want to get in touch with me to discuss further ways you can get into the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airquip-GM View Post
    Hey Tech222, I'd be happy to talk to you further about getting into the HVAC field. With the industry merging with more controls and automation, we need technicians that have stronger computer backgrounds that can keep up with the new products hitting the market. Any contractor that plans to keep up with the rising demand from customers for more technology and automation out of their HVAC equipment is going to need technicians that are computer savvy as well as HVAC mechanical capable. Please feel free to send me an e-mail if you want to get in touch with me to discuss further ways you can get into the industry.

    thank you for signing up. i sent you an email. have a great day

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