A little about myself first. I've been in the HVAC/R profession for about 2 1/2 years now. I've worked the residential side for about two years now mainly doing service. Now I work for a school system maintaining the HVAC/R for them now. Been reading this site for awhile and found alot of useful info on here so I decided to join. I'll be posting questions from time to time and i'll be looking foward to hearing from you guys. -Brian
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Welcome aboard coggin. Ask away. Lots of quality posters here and an amazing amount of information.
Hey coggin, how did you happen to find this site?
Typed in HVAC Forum in yahoo search. I like reading about it when im not doing it.
Ya! Isn't it great what you find doing a HAVC search...
Welcome to HVAC-Talk Brian, there are alot of guys on here that will flat out thrill you withthe skill and knowledge the possess!
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Welcome, Brother Coggin!
Welcome brian, you`ll learn a lot here. Theres a lot of people with a whole lot of info. I`m bigbird in a little town called san jose,ca.I`m an hvac contractor during the day,at night i raise 3 legged fighting chickens & on weekends i`m a male stripper at an all girl night club,& i`m only 63 years old.The women love me.
To much idel time huh ?
Relax, chime in and see what happens.
Don't take anything personal, remember no matter what anyone knows, someone else aways knows more.
Thats how we learn here.
If you try to fail, and succeed.
Which have you done ?
Welcome aboard, Brian.
Yeah, there's a few others here that like reading and talking about HVAC when we're not actually doing it.
It's a sickness.
So you're in good company.
Enjoy the site! Oh, and my very first HVAC job was with a public school district. A lot different from running service for a contractor, for certain.
Building Physics Rule #1: Hot flows to cold.
Building Physics Rule #2: Higher air pressure moves toward lower air pressure
Building Physics Rule #3: Higher moisture concentration moves toward lower moisture concentration.