How can you tell if today’s gizmo is going to be next year’s callback? Why is it increasingly important to look at fan-motor efficiency? When can conditions in new or old HVAC systems lead to moisture or carbon monoxide problems? What should you do if you suspect there is a mold problem in a house? Get the latest details on these and other topics at the upcoming Affordable Comfort for New England training in Westford, MA, October 1-2.
Affordable Comfort offers practical, hands-on training geared to field technicians and contractors. Special sessions for HVAC contractors in Westford will include: assessing combustion venting systems; duct systems that deliver; mechanical ventilation for existing and new homes; mold — when to walk and when to stay; and solving IAQ and moisture problems.
Attendees can qualify for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) continuing education credits by attending selected sessions. Other features of the New England event include live demos, contractor/crew competition, and a trade show of products and services.
For more information, call 800/344-4866, Ext. 10, or visit www.affordablecomfort.org