Category: It’s Humor

TECHNICAL LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR

There is a significant language barrier that has been frustrating attempts at developing a unified team atmosphere between technical and sales / marketing people. This translator was developed to help overcome this communication barrier. Please read and familiarize yourself with this robust document.

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Mechanics and Technicians

Technicians are the elite of an elite industry.

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Diagnostic Techs wouldn’t have anything to diagnose if it weren’t for installers.

Think of their job like; performing heart surgery, while standing on a ladder 12 feet in the air, in brutal summer heat, with someone welding steel I-Beams 20 feet away, while wearing a hard-hat, safety gloves, and a fall protection harness.

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The Room Temperature Room!

Have you ever wondered what Room Temperature really is? Wonder no more!

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I’ve been doing this for 20 years

HVAC technicians are quick to tell trainers “I’ve been doing this for 20 years” And, we’ve all heard the old sayings, “Work smarter, not harder”  Measure twice, cut once”  “There’s no reason to re-invent the wheel” “Don’t eat the yellow

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Twenty Years of Experience…One Year at a Time

There are 1st year HVAC technicians with 20 years of experience under their belt….and there are 20-year HVAC technicians who have 1 year’s experience under their belt….20 years in a row…don’t be that guy. Your time in the trade doesn’t mean

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You may be a tradesman if you…

• Instinctively hide when you see someone wearing a white hard hat. • Use electrical tape as a bandage. • Can name 15 different types of hammers, and their uses. • View conduit bending as an art form. • Can

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Now and then; Fewer Mustaches, More Stress.

The other day I drove by a crane picking an old rooftop unit from a building’s roof. This kind of stuff always catches my eye, but this one was different; I helped install it in 1987. I remember rigging it

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Contractor’s Dictionary

  Know what you’re getting into before you get there; must know terms for the professional contractor.

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Note to Apprentices: Don’t Be That Guy

The first year in the trade can be overwhelming; the fast pace, old-timer mechanics barking orders at you, and a seemingly psychotic boss that trusts you about as much as his teenage daughter’s boyfriend. You’re stuck in this stage of

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