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  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Creativity
  • Language:English
  • Pages:64
  • eBook ISBN:9781098358136
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098358129

HVAC Tips 101

"...Before you call your A/C & Heating Contractor"

by Marvin Ray Williams

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One of the main benefits you'll gain from this book is the familiarization of your system which in turn will help you communicate better, it's symptoms with your contractor, to determine if their services are needed. Did you know technicians heavily rely on utilizing basic diagnostic tools such as their; eyes, ears, and nose to assist in identifying the problem? Well, so can you! It's amazing how most homeowners, both men and women, are intimidated by the complexity and uniqueness of their Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system. That's why it's so easy to be taken advantage of!
Homeowners will more likely attempt to change a washer in their kitchen's leaky faucet; install a light switch, or even add an addition to the bathroom before they ever consider attempting to address issues with their HVAC system due to its unique capabilities, functionality and design. In comparison, most informational books in the same category are much too technical, leaving the reader at a lost, and frustrated. HVAC Tips 101 "…Before you call your A/C & Heating Contractor" is not only user friendly, it also provides quick-easy-safe to use instructions. In addition, this book offers an honest approach to letting the reader know when they have reached the point beyond their scope of trouble shooting. The outline of this book is designed to help the reader trouble shoot while learning basic theory along the way of its role in the systems operational process, while keeping it comprehensible.
About the author
With over 30 years in the HVAC industry, Marvin had the privilege of working as a technician across multiple states and abroad and operated his own A/C business as a licensed HVAC contractor for 10 years. Graduated Lincoln Technical Institute 1989, Capitol Heights Maryland, and became a member of the Refrigeration Services Engineering Society. Additionally, he holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Ashford University. As a retired veteran, he has served honorably, collectively for 25 years in two branches of the military; Navy, and Air Force.

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