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Nebrasky Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Appoints Leeanne Rose Office Administrator, Special Projects Coordinator

Nebrasky, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, an award-winning Hudson Valley business, announced that it has appointed Leeanne Rose as its Office Administrator and Special Projects Coordinator. Leeanne Rose In her new role, Rose is responsible for providing support and coordination for the company’s Founder and President, Paul Nebrasky, and the accounting and office managers. Additionally, she assists in supporting the company’s overall operations, and is the project lead and coordinator for all special company projects. Rose… Read More

HVAC Expert, Kerry O’Brien Speaks at Metropolitan A/C Contractors of New York’s Survive and Thrive Event

Kerry O’Brien, president and co-owner of T.F. O’Brien Cooling and Heating in Long Island, spoke at the Metropolitan Air Conditioning Contractors of New York’s (MACC) “How to Survive and Thrive in the HVAC Industry” event held on Thursday, September 12. T F O’Brien President Kerry O’Brien The seminar for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professionals began at 6 p.m. at Trattoria 35 in Bayside. O’Brien, a Long Island native, discussed his experience building his… Read More

Industry Gathers for Wetstock 2019

August 24 began as an unseasonably cool day in New York City, which made for a fitting scene as the HeatingHelp.com community gathered to discuss a range of heating-related topics at Wetstock 2019. Erin Holohan Haskell Erin Holohan Haskell, President of HeatingHelp.com, began the event by addressing the sold-out crowd with attendees visiting from across the US. “We’re thrilled and very grateful to be among friends here today in this beautiful landmark building of the… Read More

Between the Lines: Thinking Like the Customer

By Fred Martel When a customer says they want to upgrade to a more efficient system, do you assume they mean lower operating cost? If you do, you may be wrong – assuming, that is. What if they are referring to comfort? Quite often their issues are different and if you do not ask the right questions, followed by a “shut up and listen” session, you will lose more sales than you’ll win. But… Read More
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