The Inside Seer: Using Heating and Air Conditioning Systems to Dry Out Structures

By Pete Gardner With the weather being the way it has been this season, special attention need to be focused on keeping climate control systems in good working order. In some cases dampness caused by humidity or even construction or renovation practices can create an environment that needs attention. Heating and Air Conditioning systems, of course, have been used to adjust the atmosphere in enclosed environments and have been used to “dry out” the area. Read More

Just Ramblin’: This is My Opinion of Congress; You are Entitled to Yours

By Art Penchansky I understand that we have approximately 12 million undocumented people in the country, probably most of them in California. And we have 800.000 undocumented Dreamers, people who as children were brought here illegally, but as they were small they had no opinion, they just went where whoever brought them in told them to go. All told, about 12, 800,000 people are here illegally, enough to populate many states if they were all… Read More

Inside Notes

I’m Curtis Parrott, Director of the Georgia paper for the last twenty years. At 60, I’ve actually been working off and on for the newspaper since I was 14 years old. For 18 years I was in law enforcement serving both as a deputy sheriff and police officer as an investigator. After our friend Howard’s recent death, my son Christopher came along to help when his hitch in the Army was up. He was honorably… Read More

Inside Notes

I just got back from the 2018 AHR Expo convention in Chicago. It was a smooth trip and the weather wasn’t as horrible as it’s been in my past travels to the windy city. With more than 72,000 registered attendee and exhibitor personnel coming from all 50 states and 150 countries and over 530,000 square feet of exhibits, the 2018 AHR Expo in Chicago was the largest in the 88-year history of the Show. Georgia… Read More