Monthly Newsletter – May 2023
Welcome to the May 2023 edition of the HVAC Recruitment Insider newsletter! As always, we’re thrilled to have you with us. In this edition, we’ll be sharing some exciting insights on trends and tech, among other helpful resources.
Air conditioners were originally invented to control humidity, not temperature. The first modern air conditioning system was designed to control humidity in a printing plant.
Energy efficiency is heating up in the industry. Rising energy costs, climate change concerns, and building energy regulations are getting attention. Advanced technologies like variable speed motors, high-efficiency compressors, and advanced controls, as well as renewable energy sources, are used to reduce energy waste. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning and replacing air filters, ductwork sealing, and equipment upgrades, are also emphasized. These efforts help to maintain efficiency and reduce energy waste, and they’re important for the environment.
4 Ways Permanent Placement Staffing Can Revolutionize Your Hiring Process Hiring new employees is time-consuming and expensive. Permanent placement staffing services can help by providing an expert recruiter with an extensive candidate network, saving time and money. Agencies perform thorough screenings to ensure qualified candidates, reducing the risk of a bad hire. Have the flexibility to hire permanent or contract employees as needed, and expect improved candidate quality due to agency expertise. With permanent placement staffing, you can focus on your core operations while leaving hiring to the experts.
Join the conversation and tell us how you are streamlining your recruiting process.
TECH FOR TECHS
Mobile apps put solutions right in the palm of your hands. With apps like HVAC Buddy, HVAC ASHRAE 62.1 Calculator, MeasureQuick and more, you can put simple, cost-effective tools right in the palm of your tech’s hands. Mobile apps can streamline a range of tasks, from scheduling appointments to managing inventory to diagnosing and troubleshooting HVAC systems. Many apps provide advanced diagnostic and troubleshooting tools that can help techs identify and resolve problems with HVAC systems more quickly and accurately. This can help prevent costly mistakes and reduce the need for callbacks. Apps can provide techs with easy access to a range of information, including technical manuals, specifications, and best practices. This can help techs stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and techniques, improving their overall knowledge and skills. Overall, using mobile apps can help HVAC techs perform their jobs more efficiently, accurately, and effectively, ultimately leading to greater customer satisfaction and business success. How are you using apps in your business?
Leave a message in the comments and let us know what you are using to keep your techs on track.