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With over 25 years of combined experience, Dennis and Rhydon delve into business development discussions and technically informative talks, but mostly veer off track into stories about shenanigans and life in the HVAC industry.
 
Come join The HVAC Jerks (Rich, Kevin, and Joe) each week as they discuss everything in the HVAC industry from news and technical stuff, right down to stupid customer stories and how "not to do it". If you work in the heating, air conditioning, plumbing or electrical trades, or hope to in the future, spend some time with us; you'll have a lot of fun, and you might even learn something.
 
Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
An HVAC channel about the heating & air conditioning trade. Join us for stories that span through 30 years of one technicians career. You will hear stories about memorable experiences while on the job. You will hear overviews and recommendations, service expertise, equipment choices and enhancements & information on indoor air quality products and their importance.
 
HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Eric Stromquist and Ken Smyers ,from Controltrends.org and the ControlTrends Awards, are your source for all things related to the HVAC and Building Automation Controls, Building Sustainability and Smart Buildings Industry. Eric, who is owner of Stromquist & Company, and Ken Smyers from the DMS Controls Group are both major distributors of HVAC and Building Automation Control systems including Honeywell, Siemens and Johnson Controls. Working in the field every day they are experts on how to ...
 
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In today’s podcast, Bryan and some Kalos employees discuss how to deal with difficult bosses and coworkers in HVAC/R work. Whether your coworkers have anger issues, are careless, or are miserable people, you don’t want that negativity to affect your job satisfaction. Addressing the behavior may likely help, but you don’t want to attack the other pe…
 
In today’s podcast, Ed Janowiak comes onto the podcast to talk about the ACCA manuals. Ed started off in the field and has recently become the new Manager of Design Education at ACCA. You can follow him on Snapchat (skinnyed). ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America) is responsible for publishing and setting the standards in all of the books …
 
HVAC Masters Of The Hustle would like to welcome Cody Reiger into the Hot Seat on Episode 129. Cody is the Master when it comes to getting into a house by knocking leads. On this episode Cody and I talk about the art of door knocking, how to get into a house, and what to do when you're in the house. Cody is dropping BOMBS on the episode. Make sure …
 
In today’s podcast, Bryan and Jesse talk about how technicians can talk about finances and money in the HVAC business. The first step for any successful business is to provide customers/clients with a product or service of value. However, there must be a balance between providing something of value to customers and providing excellent customer serv…
 
In today’s short podcast, Bryan explains the differences between sleeve and ball bearings. Techs often make some avoidable mistakes because they either don’t know the difference between the two or don’t notice the bearing type on their equipment. On a basic sensory level, ball bearings tend to be louder than sleeve bearings. So, if you replace a sl…
 
HVAC Masters Of The Hustle would like to welcome back the BEAST Caleb Pascua back into the Hot Seat on episode 128. On this episode we talk about Higher Adv tickets. Asking the right questions, when do you ask those questions? Caleb bring it even deeper and talks about fixing your mindset before asking for a higher ticket. This episode has NUGGETS …
 
On this podcast we talk bearing, pulley and blower wheel changes. These jobs can get difficult, especially in the removal process. I speak on my experience through the years, also some tips and tricks to make life easier. NiceJob for reputation marketing https://nicejob.grsm.io
 
In today’s podcast, Trevor Matthews from Emerson talks about horizontal scroll compressors. Throughout the podcast, we refer to Bulletin AE4-1338 (R3). You can find that bulletin HERE. Horizontal scroll compressors are common in mobile applications, like buses and trains. They’re shorter in height than other compressors, so they fit into tighter sp…
 
In today’s short podcast, Bryan discusses buck-boost (auto) transformers and what they do. Autotransformers are not automatic; the “auto” prefix comes from the fact that autotransformers only have one inductive winding. That winding is shared by the primary and the secondary, so it is not an isolation-type transformer. These transformers run curren…
 
HVAC Masters Of The Hustle would like to welcome Brian Crosson into the Hot Seat on Episode 127. On this episode Brian will talk about what it takes to manage 18 Comfort Advisors and how to schedule sales appointments to set them up for Success. Brain is the Sales Manager at Bell Brothers located in Northern CA tracking 60M in sales for 2021. Brian…
 
On this episode, Kazi Nasir from Armstrong Fluid Technologies chats with us about VRF vs. Hydronics in today's current landscape in the HVAC industry. Webinar https://info.armstrongfluidtechnology.com/thankyou-webinar-replay-the-advantages-of-hydronic-systems-versus-variable-refrigerant-flow-vrf. NiceJob for reputation marketing https://nicejob.grs…
 
In today’s podcast, John Ellis joins Bryan to talk about indoor air quality (IAQ). He also explains the ideal process for providing IAQ solutions. John has a lot of experience work as a consultant for people who have respiratory issues. The HVAC and IAQ fields intersect in the areas of thermal comfort, humidity, building pressures, ventilation, fil…
 
In today’s podcast, Scott Krasman from TZOA, Andrew Greaves, and Kaleb Saleeby join Bryan for a conversation about mental health in the trades. We have a greater awareness of mental health than we ever did before, and although some of us may make fun of the topic, it is something we should focus on as HVAC technicians and business owners. “Toxic” i…
 
We talk about the current state of the HVAC and Refrigeration industry on a few levels. Pay, training, equipment and tools are some of the main topics. NiceJob for reputation marketing https://nicejob.grsm.io Ref Fundamentals eLessons https://bit.ly/Ref_Fundamentals_HVACKIA
 
In today’s podcast, Jim Bergmann talks about troubleshooting the entire system. He takes a holistic approach to the art of troubleshooting, NOT just an equipment-centered one. According to NIST, the most common HVAC system problems are duct leakage, refrigerant undercharge, and oversized equipment (often for undersized ducts). Duct leakage heavily …
 
Dennis and Rhydon welcome EGIA Vice President of Marketing, Jeff, to the HVAC R&D Podcast to talk about all of the available contractor resources that come with being a member of EGIA. Jeff and the boys also break down all of the exciting things to come at EPIC 2021, EGIA's premier contractor resources conference in Las Vegas, NV at the Paris Hotel…
 
“Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.” Albert Szent-Gyorgyi I’m certain many of our listeners have had ideas for products of their own. Trade practitioners are clever and innovative on the job and so, able to see new ways to “connect the dots” and solve a problem. How do you go from idea to suc…
 
In today’s podcast, Steven Rogers joins Bryan to talk about measuring total system airflow. Fluid measurement is NOT restricted to liquids; a fluid is anything that flows, including liquids and gases. In HVAC, we deal with both of them, but airflow is strictly limited to the flow of gas. The airflow we experience in HVAC is exclusively turbulent fl…
 
In today’s short podcast, Bryan explains how growth happens in an HVAC/R career. He also gives tips to get “unstuck” if you feel like you aren’t moving forward. You won’t move forward if you haven’t set a goal to move forward. Making a “vision board” helps you determine what matters in your life, and it helps you clarify what you’ll need to do in o…
 
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