New HVAC Lab Opens as New Diploma Program Begins

Remington College Nashville Campus is excited to announce the opening of a new Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) lab, which will be used as part of its new diploma program offering. The first Nashville students in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) diploma program begin classes December 11. For several months, work has been underway to renovate part of the campus and install the heavy equipment, donated by Lennox, Trane, Donelson Air and… Read More

Twenty-Seven Programs Granted Programmatic Accreditation

HVAC Excellence is pleased to announce that twenty-seven Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration “HVACR” programs were granted programmatic accreditation in 2017. Knowing that the HVACR industry is one of the fastest growing career opportunities in the United States (offering careers that cannot be exported or automated), these 27 schools wanted to ensure that their HVACR programs had the resources to produce graduates with the retained knowledge necessary for success in this growing field. To… Read More

The Inside Seer: Winter is Here

By Pete Gardner While the Holiday Season will be traveling into January, we all will be traveling on the roads and highways. It sounds like it might be a hard winter, the weather might be rough. I’m sure your area will get some snow, and ice may be forming along with all of the misery that comes along with it. I hope that you are prepared to deal with inclimate conditions and have your vehicles… Read More

Winter Carbon Monoxide Reminder

By Rick Kincel As homes are being built tighter down in the Deep South the threat of trapping (CO) Carbon Monoxide in these homes has become increasingly real. Our mindset has to change from the floor heaters we had all around grandma’s home venting into the rooms. Because new homes are tighter, the heater, water heater, stove, oven, fireplace, etc. are even more important to have checked out for a combustion analysis. Gone are the… Read More