Best Airconditioning podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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HVAC School is the ever growing online source for real training topics for technicians in the Air-conditioning, Heating and Ventilation Fields. In the podcast, we will share recorded training, tech ride alongs, share challenging diagnostic scenarios. All to help make the industry, your company, and your truck a better place to be.
 
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Hvac Uncensored
Monthly+
 
This a HVAC Podcast mean’t to help all in the trade be better at what they do. By giving tips on business, technical advice, how make more money or bring in more money from 2 guys who do exactly what you do. At the same time having fun or having a good laugh. Hearing what needs to be said Uncensored “ Pun Intended”. HvacUncensored Podcast with Gil & Kelley don’t miss it the next episode or else!!
 
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HVAC 360
Monthly
 
HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace.
 
Air Conditioning & Heating Advice from Nashville’s Interstate AC Service, LLC. HVAC service, repair and installation for residential and commercial customers in Nashville, Tennessee and the surrounding area. Give us a call at 615-832-8500. Visit InterstateAC.com for show notes and more.
 
Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
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ABC RN
Weekly
 
Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
Sally Turbitt and Amy Walduck are librarians from Australia determined to highlight some of the best people and stories from library land and beyond. Visit http://www.turbittnduck.com for more info on our guests and things we chat about during each episode!
 
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In this episode I talk about some of the fundamental of aspect of electricity and AC distribution. There are a bunch of fun facts packed in this show so make sure you listen carefully to get them all. Please consider sharing, some show notes are over at www.hvac360.com/122 . Enjoy.
 
Gil and Kelley talk about all the different makeups of a workplace dynamic and some ways to make it better so we love going to work every day. Also, things to avoid and some tips to keep your mojo positive.
 
Fear of Flying. Toxic City. Architectural restoration. Native grasses create urban oases. Icon of domestic shenanigans: The Singer sewing machine. Lost and Found — Brutality.
 
In this episode we talk with Moe about the world of hydronic heating. We discuss some fundamentals and talk various boiler and radiator types
 
In this episode I talk about air flow monitoring stations, what they are, how they work, what styles they come in and of course tips. Used right and they can be a great tool. Installed or used incorrectly they can be a waste of cash and a design embarrassment. Lots of links will be on the show notes page at www.hvac360.com/121 and as always ple ...…
 
Should you ONLY use OEM parts? fact or fiction.
 
Gil and Kelley discuss and go over all the great info given covered in the last 3 Podcast by the awesome guest that was on. Also, get back to what we do the best pass on information that we think we help you all grow and take you to the next level. Don't forget to subscribe and check out any previous episodes.…
 
It’s no surprise that the demand for air-conditioners is highest in the summer, and the demand for furnaces is highest in the winter. If you have an old or failing HVAC system, it will likely go out when it is stressed the most - on the coldest or hottest day of the year – when the demand is greatest. Well, that’s when everyone else is calling ...…
 
One of the common problems we encounter is a heat pump that has iced up. A heat pump in good condition should be able to operate in below freezing temperatures without icing over, so why does this happen?
 
Form Follows Finance. Kitchen Rudimental: A pastry masterclass. Sense of Place: Mark Humphries, Bordeaux. The magic of mushrooms. Icons of Architecture: Chichu Art Museum. Lost and Found — Autumn.
 
Andy gives his timeless soft skills tips and we tell you more about a special training event in Orlando in just a few weeks Find more at TopRate.com
 
Bryan covers some of the facts about humidity and how to keep it under control in all climates
 
This week I'm giving a brief overview of dedicated outside air systems, or DOAS. I cover why we would use them, when we would use them, some of the benefits and I leave you with a few tips to think about during the design process. Consider sharing the episode, the show notes are over at www.hvac360.com/120 . Enjoy.…
 
In this episode we talk about the myth that time at a job equals or deserves pay increases
 
Kelley and I have the pleasure to talk with Co-Founder of HouseCall Pro Mr. Roland Ligtenberg. After talking with him it's no surprise HCP is the #1 Field Management Software on the market. Kelley is currently using and I will be very shortly. This was an awesome conversion with Roland that we feel you all will really enjoy. Don't forget to set ...…
 
Bad buildings. Helping the world through a sustainable diet. Art and fashion: haute couture on display. Preparing for the changing seasons. Lost and Found — Bauhaus.
 
Mark from Goodway talks about chiller and cooling tower cleaning best practices and techniques
 
In this episode we address the myth that IAQ is a joke and how to think about IAQ correctly
 
Gil and Kelley talk with Josh Kelley founder/owner of RevuKangaroo. This a great conversation about not only the obvious importance of good reviews but hoe tp properly attain those reviews. Definitely check out this Podcast a lot of great info. Also, get in touch with Josh WWW.RevuKangaroo.com email him Josh@RevuKangaroo.com or call him at 602- ...…
 
Isolated, lazy and AC dependent: our future summers. Pesticides and the future of food. Kitchen Rudimental. A Beer in the Loire. Icon of Engineering: Clifton Suspension Bridge. Lost and Found — Sea Foods.
 
Chris Stephens from HVACR Videos joins us to talk about his experiences with and perspective on R290 (propane) refrigerant in restaraunt refrigeration
 
This week I talk to Mark Fly who is the chairperson of the new ASHRAE Certified HVAC Designer certification. See behind the curtain as to what goes into making an exam, learn who the exam was designed for and much, much more. Show notes are at www.HVAC360.com/119 and consider sharing this episode with others. Enjoy.…
 
In this podcast we discuss the common myth about flame rod / semsor / rectification cleaning
 
Gil and Kelley have a great discussion with Owner/Founder of Bizpal Mr. Patrick Long. We always hear Shop owners say we can't find good people. Well, Patrick tells how to deal with that and some things we've done all wrong. Check out WWW.BizPal.org/complete-recruiting-solutions.
 
Branded cities. Sense of Place: Melissa Lucashenko, Brisbane. Tim Ross - MOTEL. Penne for your thoughts about Italian pasta. Icons of heritage: Hindustan Ambassador. Lost and Found — Smart.
 
Eric and I discuss his new home and how he plans to install new central air the Eric Mele way.
 
This week I talk about what a building enclosure is and some of the lessons that I have learned along the years. I also give a short primer on how to understand architectural drawings. Show notes are at www.hvac360.com/118 please consider sharing. Enjoy.
 
We talk through measuring amperage on a blower and condensing fan motor and why you may be measuring inaccurately resulting in a misdiagnosis.
 
Gil and Kelley talk about a little Facebook drama then talk about the Shit Sandwich a boss gives the employee. Well, we go over how to make that conversion go the best it can without the Employee leaving saying WTF just happened. As always then you for the support
 
Is Parliament House bad for democracy? Kitchen Rudimental. The rise of luxury water. Lost and Found — Helsinki.
 
In this episode we review application based system selection considerations for VRF/VRV systems
 
This week I talk with Phil Zito, Founder and CEO of Building Automation Monthly about equipment integration and best practices for engineers regarding controls. There is a lot of good stuff in the episode so I encourage you to share it, show notes as always can be found at www.hvac360.com/117 . Enjoy.…
 
We talk about Specific gravity, relative density and why it matters to a tech
 
Gil and Kelley Finish up covering overcoming Objections while with the customer. Als finish up the Talk about High SEER Equipment.
 
Ottolenghi: The Thinking chef. For the love of football crests. Let's judge garlic. Icon of Fashion: The Harem Pant. Lost and Found: The Office.
 
In this episode we speak with Embraco about R290 (Propane) refrigerant, Hydrocarbons and what you need to know about them. Links: http://refrigerationclub.com/ http://naturalrefrigerants.info/ http://embraco.com/Default.aspx?tabid=40
 
This week I talk with Adam Muggleton who has been involved in the construction industry for many years and in many different capacities. He is the self-proclaimed Building Whisperer and one of the hosts for The Building Edifice Complex. Please consider sharing this episode and don't forget the show notes over at www.HVAC360.com/116 . Enjoy.…
 
We talk through measuring amperage on a blower and condensing fan motor and why you may be measuring innaccurately resulting in a misdiagnosis
 
Gil and Kelley talk about how to overcome those customer Objections and why you need to embrace the High-End Equipment and change your 14 SEER mindset!!
 
How restaurants became so loud. Sense of Place: Michael Mohammed Ahmad, Western Sydney. Kitchen Rudimental. The march toward extinction. Icons of Celebration: Champagne. Lost and Found — Dreams.
 
In this service manual talk through episode we discuss the Heatcraft Beacon 2 refrigeration system and what it entails
 
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