Of course. <g> Going back to read my own words, I realized I omitted "or not" as the balance to the word "whether". My grammatical bad. Hope NormChris will go easy with the shillelagh.Sorry, I got a bit confused with your words you are saying, I hope that you are saying that you CAN NOT ice a system up with a simple overcharge of an air conditioning system. Right?
I am working toward CM, what I consider a high water mark for certification. After that I'll move onto studying for CMS.I’ve been a member of RSES for the last 15 years, earned a CM, am studying for my CMS in heat pumps, and my only regret is not joining much earlier. Service technicians that laugh at RSES members are either “some” union people, and other service technicians that have either arrived at their total knowledge point and are perfect in their execution of their craft, or people that simply don’t know any better, a sad lot just the same.
Here in Texas unions are rare for HVAC techs. I'll have to agree for others to turn down an opportunity to better themselves in their chosen field seems indicative they believe they've arrived and there's no further need to push on deeper. "Resting on one's laurels", so to speak. Always treacherous territory, that.