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COVID-19 exposed how important indoor air sanitization is to human health. People are hyperaware of the fact that indoor air quality can negatively impact their physical and mental health. As a result, the market is flooded with all sorts of products that claim to protect people from a multitude of airborne assailants: pollen, dust, bacteria,…

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A Discussion with Volta Insite

There is so much technology out there that can help improve the efficiencies of your business – but much of it is hard to use, hard to understand, and even harder to integrate. People are afraid to adopt – but they shouldn’t be. For one consumer in the HVAC and mechanical service industry, integrating a…

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SafTDek Fall Protection Equipment

According to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry. In 2020, approximately 351 out of 1,008 construction fatalities were due to fatal falls to a lower level, which accounts for about a third of all on-the-job deaths in the construction industry. These deaths cause significant…

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How to Mitigate a Respiratory Virus in Your Building

Various strategies and techniques can be employed to combat the spread of respiratory viruses in buildings. These strategies aim to reduce the concentration of respiratory viruses in the air and on surfaces, making it less likely for people to contract the virus. Some of the most effective strategies include increasing ventilation and filtration, implementing social…

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Conversations from the Edge: Exploring Efficient Ways to Administer Employee Safety, Quality, and Compliance Training

Safety, quality, and compliance training are essential, but are time-consuming and create administrative burdens for businesses. Greg Crumpton, Vice President of Critical Environments and Facilities at Service Logic, and Tony DeAscentis, CEO of Ving, chatted with host Tyler Kern about how Ving is changing this. Ving offers a safety, quality, and compliance training and…

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Conversations from the Edge: Women in HVAC Series

The HVAC industry has long been male-dominated, but women are joining the field in larger numbers and making an impact. One of those is Brittney Johnson, Maintenance Sales Representative, Commercial Mechanical at Commercial Mechanical Utah. She spoke with Conversations from the Edge host Hilary Kennedy about her career. Johnson explained that after high school, she wasn’t…

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The Solution for Effective HVAC Management and Maintenance of Commercial Buildings is the Right Service Provider

Escalating energy costs and growing environmental awareness brings the conversation around the effective management and maintenance of commercial buildings to a critical head. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, the lifeblood of any commercial building, consume roughly 29% of total U.S. end-use energy. A poorly functioning HVAC system can create an unpalatable environment,…

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Applied Digital Strengthens Community Relations through Innovative Data Center Practices
May 21, 2024

As Applied Digital continues to expand its footprint across rural America, its commitment to integrating with and revitalizing local communities stands out. The company’s unique approach to building and operating data centers brings advanced technology to these areas while stimulating local economies and fostering community development. How does Applied Digital ensure seamless integration and…

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From Fields to Data Centers: Applied Digital’s Training Program Transforms Farmers into Data Center Operators
May 21, 2024

Nick Phillips, the EVP of Hosting Operations and Public Affairs at Applied Digital, emphasizes the transformative impact of Applied Digital’s training programs, which convert agricultural land into high-tech data centers and enable farmers to transition into skilled data center operators. This initiative highlights the company’s commitment to community development and technological advancement.

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Water Conservation and Sustainability Are Critical for a Data Center’s Success
May 21, 2024

Digital infrastructure is essential, and as data centers expand, their environmental impact, water conservation and sustainability have come under scrutiny. As the demand for data storage and processing capabilities grows exponentially, so does the concern for the environmental impact of these facilities, particularly in terms of water usage. Nick Phillips, the EVP of Hosting…

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Reducing the Gap in Skilled Trades Can Be Solved by Boosting Trade Education Initiatives
May 21, 2024

Currently, skilled trades are facing significant shortages making the need for innovative solutions and passionate involvement more urgent than before. Statistics indicate a looming gap in the workforce, expected to reach millions in the next decade, as older generations retire without sufficient newcomers to fill their roles. At the heart of this issue is…

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Aedan Fida Explains How Blade Air’s Expertise, Strategy, and Innovation Can Help Businesses Meet Customer Needs
May 11, 2023

COVID-19 exposed how important indoor air sanitization is to human health. People are hyperaware of the fact that indoor air quality can negatively impact their physical and mental health. As a result, the market is flooded with all sorts of products that claim to protect people from a multitude of airborne assailants: pollen, dust, bacteria,…

Read More
A Discussion with Volta Insite

There is so much technology out there that can help improve the efficiencies of your business – but much of it is hard to use, hard to understand, and even harder to integrate. People are afraid to adopt – but they shouldn’t be. For one consumer in the HVAC and mechanical service industry, integrating a…

Read More
SafTDek Fall Protection Equipment

According to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry. In 2020, approximately 351 out of 1,008 construction fatalities were due to fatal falls to a lower level, which accounts for about a third of all on-the-job deaths in the construction industry. These deaths cause significant…

Read More
How to Mitigate a Respiratory Virus in Your Building

Various strategies and techniques can be employed to combat the spread of respiratory viruses in buildings. These strategies aim to reduce the concentration of respiratory viruses in the air and on surfaces, making it less likely for people to contract the virus. Some of the most effective strategies include increasing ventilation and filtration, implementing social…

Read More
Building Management
Conversations from the Edge: Exploring Efficient Ways to Administer Employee Safety, Quality, and Compliance Training
December 15, 2021

Safety, quality, and compliance training are essential, but are time-consuming and create administrative burdens for businesses. Greg Crumpton, Vice President of Critical Environments and Facilities at Service Logic, and Tony DeAscentis, CEO of Ving, chatted with host Tyler Kern about how Ving is changing this. Ving offers a safety, quality, and compliance training and…

Read More
Conversations from the Edge: Women in HVAC Series

The HVAC industry has long been male-dominated, but women are joining the field in larger numbers and making an impact. One of those is Brittney Johnson, Maintenance Sales Representative, Commercial Mechanical at Commercial Mechanical Utah. She spoke with Conversations from the Edge host Hilary Kennedy about her career. Johnson explained that after high school, she wasn’t…

Read More
Conversations from the EDGE: Why the COVID-19 Pandemic Brought Indoor Air Quality to the Forefront

Perhaps at no time in history have we thought as much about the air we breathe indoors. With research suggesting that COVID-19 spreads more readily in indoor environments, measures need to be taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but there also are steps that can be taken by business owners or building…

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Conversations from the EDGE: The Value of Peer Groups

Jonathan Sterling, president of Maxair Mechanical spoke on this episode of Conversations from the EDGE about peer groups, and how they offer many benefits for an organization. Before Maxair joined the Service Logic group of companies, they participated in non-competitive peer groups with similar type businesses across the country. “Through this process, we gained…

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Conversations from the EDGE: How to Create an Exceptional Customer Experience
November 22, 2019

On this episode of Conversations from the EDGE with Service Logic, host James Kent spoke with Chris Douglas, President of Encon Heating & A/C, about Douglas’ 37 years with Encon, tracing a career path that began as a service technician. It was during this first role with the Encon, Douglas learned the importance of…

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Conversations from The EDGE: Treating the IT Ecosystem as an Actual Ecosystem

The process of integrating new systems into existing ecosystems is detailed, by its very nature. On today’s installment of Service Logic’s Conversations from The EDGE, host Sean Heath spoke with Greg Crumpton and StrategITcom’s Carrie Goetz  to discuss the nature of an IT ecosystem and the challenges that present themselves during these implementations. “I…

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Conversations from The EDGE: Misunderstanding the Term “Service Industry”

In the business world, there are a few phrases that are mainly used out of habit, without really considering the root meaning of the words being put together. On this episode of Conversations from The EDGE by Service Logic, Elizabeth Barber, Service Manager for Service Logic, had a thoughtful conversation with host Sean Heath…

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Conversations from the Edge: COO Tony Ponzo’s Journey to Service Logic

On this month’s episode of Conversations From The EDGE podcast, with Service Logic, host Scott Sidway sat down with Service Logic’s Tony Ponzo to discuss the twists and turns of his successful career path, including an unexpected injury that changed his trajectory. Ponzo is Chief Operating Officer of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Service Logic, the…

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The Solution for Effective HVAC Management and Maintenance of Commercial Buildings is the Right Service Provider
August 4, 2021

Escalating energy costs and growing environmental awareness brings the conversation around the effective management and maintenance of commercial buildings to a critical head. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, the lifeblood of any commercial building, consume roughly 29% of total U.S. end-use energy. A poorly functioning HVAC system can create an unpalatable environment,…

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A Rewarding Career Awaits in the HVAC Industry. Just ask Frank Riley.

In today’s rapidly changing world, the aging workforce in technical and trade careers, including the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) industry, is a significant challenge. With advancements in energy management and new HVAC systems hitting the market every year, the need for young, skilled workers is more pressing than ever. However, attracting this…

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Mechanical Solutions That Build Efficiency and Sustainability. An Overview of HuckeStein Mechanical

Mechanical solutions covering everything for nationwide commercial HVAC needs is something Huckestein Mechanical, A Service Logic Company, is all about. Since James E. Huckestein expanded the C.L. Fallon Corporation in 1978 to include mechanical contracting and a complete HVAC solution ten years later, Huckestein remains the respected name in mechanical solutions. This reputation continues…

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PSR Mechanical’s David Parks Shines a Light on a Rewarding HVAC Industry Career.

In today’s evolving job market, an increasingly powerful narrative is emerging about the value of skilled trades, especially an HVAC industry career. Skilled trades is a growing industry with positions to fill. By 2028, more than 3 million estimated jobs will be available. These market conditions make for a perfect opportunity for young career…

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Do You Have a Future in HVAC?
September 8, 2020

Do you have a future in HVAC? The demand for skilled trades is rising, with HVAC at the forefront of the growing job market. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates a 5% growth rate in HVAC employment from 2021 to 2031. With a significant portion of the current workforce nearing retirement age, there’s…

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Service Logic Offers Solutions for Air Quality Improvement

The global pandemic generated new health and safety conversations about air quality improvement. Studies have shown that indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air, leading to a heightened risk of various health issues, including respiratory diseases and allergies. Although the world is no longer in a pandemic, concerns…

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Handling Chiller Repairs and Rebuilds With a Trusted Service Provider

When it’s time for chiller repairs or a rebuild, that situation requires immediate resolution from the facilities manager. Does that mean a potentially time-consuming wait for the manufacturer to provide a solution? It doesn’t have to be. The team at NAC Mechanical discussed chiller repairs and maintenance and addressed the need to go straight…

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The 2020 Service Logic Controls Summit Brings Leaders Together to Share Best Practices

Why did Service Logic bring together leaders from all their companies? Knowledge sharing and collaborative learning have never been more crucial. As industries continue to evolve, the concept of “learning organizations”—businesses prioritizing learning and adaptability as critical success factors—is leading the charge. This discussion is timely. According to a 2021 McKinsey Global Survey, companies…

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Service Logic Brings Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to the Forefront of HVAC Equipment Assessment
October 1, 2019

Preventative maintenance is the backbone of a comprehensive HVAC asset management program. And that begins with an accurate and detailed inventory along with a complete understanding of the current conditions of your HVAC equipment. Unfortunately, the old method of taking down lengthy model and serial numbers by hand is time consuming and often inaccurate….

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The 2019 Service Logic Safety Summit Highlights Promotes Safety in HVAC

Safety is always a top priority in HVAC. Here’s a look into the annual Service Logic Safety Summit hosted by ENCON in 2019.

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A Rewarding Career Awaits in the HVAC Industry. Just ask Frank Riley.
July 16, 2021

In today’s rapidly changing world, the aging workforce in technical and trade careers, including the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) industry, is a significant challenge. With advancements in energy management and new HVAC systems hitting the market every year, the need for young, skilled workers is more pressing than ever. However, attracting this…

Read More
Mechanical Solutions That Build Efficiency and Sustainability. An Overview of HuckeStein Mechanical
July 16, 2021

Mechanical solutions covering everything for nationwide commercial HVAC needs is something Huckestein Mechanical, A Service Logic Company, is all about. Since James E. Huckestein expanded the C.L. Fallon Corporation in 1978 to include mechanical contracting and a complete HVAC solution ten years later, Huckestein remains the respected name in mechanical solutions. This reputation continues…

Read More
PSR Mechanical’s David Parks Shines a Light on a Rewarding HVAC Industry Career.
February 28, 2021

In today’s evolving job market, an increasingly powerful narrative is emerging about the value of skilled trades, especially an HVAC industry career. Skilled trades is a growing industry with positions to fill. By 2028, more than 3 million estimated jobs will be available. These market conditions make for a perfect opportunity for young career…

Read More
Do You Have a Future in HVAC?
September 8, 2020

Do you have a future in HVAC? The demand for skilled trades is rising, with HVAC at the forefront of the growing job market. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates a 5% growth rate in HVAC employment from 2021 to 2031. With a significant portion of the current workforce nearing retirement age, there’s…

Read More
Service Logic Offers Solutions for Air Quality Improvement
August 22, 2020

The global pandemic generated new health and safety conversations about air quality improvement. Studies have shown that indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air, leading to a heightened risk of various health issues, including respiratory diseases and allergies. Although the world is no longer in a pandemic, concerns…

Read More
Conversations from the EDGE: Why the COVID-19 Pandemic Brought Indoor Air Quality to the Forefront
July 7, 2020

Perhaps at no time in history have we thought as much about the air we breathe indoors. With research suggesting that COVID-19 spreads more readily in indoor environments, measures need to be taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but there also are steps that can be taken by business owners or building…

Read More
Handling Chiller Repairs and Rebuilds With a Trusted Service Provider
March 5, 2020

When it’s time for chiller repairs or a rebuild, that situation requires immediate resolution from the facilities manager. Does that mean a potentially time-consuming wait for the manufacturer to provide a solution? It doesn’t have to be. The team at NAC Mechanical discussed chiller repairs and maintenance and addressed the need to go straight…

Read More
The 2020 Service Logic Controls Summit Brings Leaders Together to Share Best Practices
February 13, 2020

Why did Service Logic bring together leaders from all their companies? Knowledge sharing and collaborative learning have never been more crucial. As industries continue to evolve, the concept of “learning organizations”—businesses prioritizing learning and adaptability as critical success factors—is leading the charge. This discussion is timely. According to a 2021 McKinsey Global Survey, companies…

Read More
Conversations from the EDGE: The Value of Peer Groups
November 27, 2019

Jonathan Sterling, president of Maxair Mechanical spoke on this episode of Conversations from the EDGE about peer groups, and how they offer many benefits for an organization. Before Maxair joined the Service Logic group of companies, they participated in non-competitive peer groups with similar type businesses across the country. “Through this process, we gained…

Read More