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    Hello.

    Hello my name is Brian. I work for a company called YNY properties here in Atlanta GA.

    I currently handle the repairs of our rental properties. I am Currently hold a EPA Section 608 Universal Certification, R 410 A Certification and PM tech Certification. I am going to test for my Indoor Air Quality (IDA) and Green Certification in the next few days in hopes of getting more money out of my current boss, or getting in with a HVAC company or apartment complex.

    I have been working in this field for the last year now, and I really enjoy it. I have been in carpentry all of my life and felt like it was a time for change.

    In a few years I intent on getting my GA warm air card / GA conditioned air license, as well as my general contractors license. This way I can build / renovate homes and handle the hvac work as well.

    I look forward to becoming a member of this page.

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    Welcome! DId you read the site rules? Get that post count up and apply for pro membership. You'll learn tons here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    Welcome! DId you read the site rules? Get that post count up and apply for pro membership. You'll learn tons here.
    Thanks for the welcome. I did read the page site rule. I can't believe I posted this in the wrong section. Can a moderator please move this to the correct section.

    I also want to mention that I just got my Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Certification tonight..

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    Congrats & Welcome. Take Pascone10's advice and go for PRO. There is a lot more to this site once you have it. I have a couple of co-workers who have been using for a while and it seems they are always coming up with something new they learned. I'm seeking it as well. Good luck!!

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    Moved to introductions.

    If you intend to start your own business someday. Is using your current company's name a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Moved to introductions.

    If you intend to start your own business someday. Is using your current company's name a good idea.
    I think he should change it to Complex_Kid.
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    Welcome yny,

    Glad to have you aboard...I think you will enjoy this site, I know I have.


    Good luck and enjoy yourself.
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