Air Conditioning Contractors of America: Not-Your-Usual “Cool” Story
America is a cool country, but do you know who keeps its cold under the hot weather?
Poorly installed AC systems, which Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says decrease indoor air quality, contribute to refrigerant leaks, reduces equipment lifespan, and leads to customer dissatisfaction. Moreover, federal studies say that poor installation consumes 30-40 percent more energy. Above all these dilemma, you may ask who keeps quality check for these installations?
Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) has been leading the nation’s best heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contracting industry, and creating thousands of households, offices and other public places safe breathable space for Americans. Not just that, but ACCA also contributes to energy efficiency and a cleaner and safer environment by creating standards and manuals.
For nearly a century now, ACCA has been representing the HVAC industry and is one of EPA’s ENERGY STAR Verified Installation Program sponsors, offering consumers a guarantee that their system is installed correctly and capable of operating at the promised efficiency level
In this feature, the president and CEO of ACCA, Paul T. Stalknecht talks about the organization’s humble beginnings up to being the HVACR leaders. Armed with its present-day innovations, the organization and its core promises to continue to create quality installations in its power for the future.
I bet you that ACCA is a cool story to be told.
And as a bonus for this month’s release, we are to give you a peek featuring different facets of the life of an engineer—starring hard facts in the professional work environment, life hacks and useful leadership guide.
In contrary to what most people think, engineers around the globe also face massive layoffs from the workforce of various industries. Finding a new job may not be as easy as it seems, but here, we present you solutions that will definitely increase your chances to survive your first week in a new engineering job.
Truth be told, no matter how promising a new job can be, you will always encounter inconvenient truths especially in engineering careers. The profession is not perfect per se but definitely it is worthy of your investment. Here you will also read that with the right people around you coupled with perseverance and strong determination, all will fall into its proper place. But again, there is no formula to success. Still, cheers to you, engineer!