The Heating and Air Conditioning Alliance of Indiana's 2009 Conference and Expo is fast approaching. The trade show will be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at the Riverwalk Banquet Center and Lodge in Indianapolis. The trade show will include three speakers, lunch and the Alliance Contractor Awards of Excellence. For more information and registration forms, please visit www.hvacindiana.org.
Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition is coming to Indiana. On October 21st, Ty Pennington and his crew surprised the Cowan family with a shock of a lifetime. They have been chosen to receive a new home for their family. The Extreme Makeover team, along with Anderson-based Hallmark Homes and hundreds of volunteers, will begin demolishing the house on Thursday, October 22nd.
There is a long list of sponsors who have teamed up the Extreme Makeover to make the Cowan dream come true. Jackson Systems has donated a complete zone control system to T.A. Kaiser to help with the indoor comfort for the family. To view a complete list of sponsors, please visit Hallmark Extreme.
About the Cowan Family:
Andy and Heather Cowan are factory workers trying to support their four children, Ryan(16), Trevor(13), Mason(8), and Kori(12). Kori, their only daughter, is battling a congenital blood disease. Kori was diagnosed when she was only six years old with the disease that affects her immune system. She has already had 17 operations to remove the painful polyps growing in her nasal cavity and behind her eyes. Doctors have reasons to believe that the polyps are a result from environmental issues with their current home. Ryan, the Cowan’s oldest son, has also been sick, therefore he has gone to live with his biological father.
The family will be vacationing in Disneyland while there new home is built. The Cowan family will return on October 27th, to a new home and a start of a new life.
The Jackson Systems team is extremely honored to be a part of this life changing event. Thank you to T.A. Kaiser for asking us to help. We wish the Cowan family luck with their new house.
Hvacradvice.comis an on-line resource for consumers to locate NATE-certified technicians in their area. All contractors listed on this website have at least 50% of their technicians NATE-certified. Having NATE-certified technicians within your company gives you the edge up on your competitors. Being NATE-certified assures the consumer that the job will be done correctly the first time, which leaves a more satisfied customer more likely to return to you for future business. Jackson Systems is a strong supporter of NATE and their mission.
It is getting close to that time of year again that contractors are talking about humidification for homeowners.Honeywell’s TrueSteam is a product that many contractors will be installing this fall and winter.The TrueSteam operates independent of equipment operation and it delivers a near 1:1 humidification delivery rate.This unit can be remote mounted up to 20 feet away from the HVAC system with a remote-mount kit.The TrueSteam comes in 3 sizes, 6 gallons, 9 gallons, and 12 gallons per day as well as having the capability to accept several different humidifier controls.When using the Prestige thermostat to control your TrueSteam, no wires need to be run from the stat to the humidifier as they are both wireless compatible.A couple of exceptional pieces of literature provided by Honeywell are the “TrueSteam Installation Best Practices” and the “TrueSteam Humidification Reference Guide”.Jackson Systems has both of these literatures available for contractors.
Honeywell has tuned up their training materials on TrueSTEAM to maximize your experience with quoting, installing, wiriring and more. Visit the Honeywell TrueSTEAM Training Tune-up site for more information.