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Plumbing Marketing - PHCC Plumbing Contractor Of The Year Reveals How They Grew From $5M To $11M

/ In a recent interview PHCC Plumbing Contractor of the Year - Mary Jean Anderson of Anderson, Plumbing Heating & Air reveals how they grew their plumbing business from $5M in 2007 to over $11M in 2012.

In a recent interview on the Plumbing Marketing Profits Podcast the PHCC Plumbing Contractor of the Year – Mary Jean Anderson of Anderson Plumbing, Heating and Air reveals how she grew her plumbing and HVAC business from $5 Million to over $11 Million in annual revenue over the past 5 years.

Anderson said “We’re double digit profits, and I’m not bragging about that. I’m just saying that it can be done. I’m not trying to throw out that but it can be done. Anybody can do it because, believe me, there is nothing that; I’m not a genius, I’m just a hard worker and average intelligence, but it can be done if you put the energy into it. This year, I think we are going to be at about 5 million in heating and air conditioning, about 6.2 in plumbing as we end out the year.”

Tjernlund Ventilation Products Join Lineup of HVAC Supplies at

Tjernlund ventilation products at

NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The professional HVAC retailers at PexUniverse have added a diverse line of ventilation equipment for the home and office. Tjernlund ventilator fans are known for their durability and ease of installation, making them perfect for DIY home renovators and professionals alike.

Among the products now offered are basement ventilation fans, draft inducers (including wood stove draft inducer), crawl space fans, duct booster fans, and radon mitigation fans.

Electronic Faucets by LaToscana, HKCR557BYIK and HKCR557IK, Have Just Been Added to Warehouse USA’s Inventory

LaToscana HKCR557IK Electronic Faucet

Aiken, SC (PRWEB) December 14, 2012  -- LaToscana has set new standards for designer kitchen faucets with their Hybrid electronic line of faucets. A beautiful blend of stylish design and technology, these faucets will surely add that futuristic touch to modern kitchens. The pull-down Hybrid faucet boasts a soft-touch control pad that enables a user to control the water’s flow and temperature with one or few touches. Furthermore, the faucet is equipped with an LED indicator that shows the water’s current temperature, which helps to prevent scalding. These smart features are matched by the Hybrid’s elegant, high-end design.

The Hybrid faucet’s water flow is completely controlled by an electronic unit that needs to be plugged into a regular 110 V outlet; the unit also has a rechargeable backup battery, which allows uninterrupted operation in case of power failure. The faucet has its control pad located on the front of the spray head with its five control buttons. Two of the buttons are designed to regulate the water flow rate (increase or decrease); two other buttons regulate the water temperature (one button responsible for cold water, the other one for hot water). The fifth button, located in the middle of the touch pad, changes the spray patterns from an aerated narrow water flow to a wide spray mode. The touch pad has an LED indicator with three light colors: blue indicating cold to lukewarm water temp.; purple indicating warm water, and red indicating hot water running from the spray head. Launches Sale of Programmable Thermostats that Would Allow its Customers to Conserve Energy Launches Sale of Programmable Thermostats

New York, New york (PRWEB) December 13, 2012  -- an online retailer of of electric in floor heating products is announcing to its existing and prospective customers that it now carries a line of 7-day programmable thermostats, which are not only convenient to use, but also conserve energy., a US based company, has issued a statement in which it calls upon its customers to take a more environmentally friendly and economical approach to heating their house. The statement says that "As a green and environmentally friendly company, we always strive for and welcome any means and methods that would conserve energy and help protect the environment from extra emissions caused by burning coal that is needed to produce large percentage of US electricity. Additionally, supplemental benefit of saving energy is considerate savings on electric bills."

A. O. Smith CEO Paul Jones Named Chair of Tri State Alliance for Regional Development

A. O. Smith CEO Paul Jones Named Chair of Tri State Alliance for Regional Development

Milwaukee, Wis -- The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce announced today that Paul W. Jones, chairman and chief executive officer of A. O. Smith Corporation in Milwaukee, has been named Wisconsin Chair of the new Tri State Alliance for Regional Development. Jones is the third and final chairman to be confirmed, joining Illinois Chair Michael M. Mullen, co-founder of Centerpoint Properties, and Indiana Chair Jim L. Stanley, chairman and chief executive officer for Northern Indiana Public Service Company. 

Paradise Custom Kitchens Resolves to Whip Kitchens and Bathrooms into Shape

Paradise Custom Kitchens

Paradise, PA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012  -- Kitchen renovations and bathroom renovations target key areas of the home. The kitchen and bathroom are in constant use and a design based on convenience is crucial. The kitchen and bathroom are also the first rooms of a house to become dated. Kitchen remodeling and bathroom remodeling keep homes functional, beautiful, and marketable. Paradise Custom Kitchens now offers remodeling services for home and business owners in Lancaster County, Chester County, the Mainline area, and the Wilmington, Delaware area.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Marrietta Thanks Students for Help With Plumbing

VFW Marrietta Thanks Students for Help With Plumbing

The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Washington County Post 5108, Marietta, would like to thank the Union Local 168 Plumbers & Pipefitters/Apprenticeship program. When asked, and without hesitation, they stepped forward in regards to a plumbing situation in our kitchen at the Post located at 319 Pike St.

Pat Lang, training coordinator, immediately offered one of the three apprenticeship classes to do the job. Under the professional guidance of Instructor Willie Heiss and retired Master Licensee Plumber John Lankford, the job was completed and done so with expertise workmanship.

Atlanta Plumber Plumb Xpress Plumbing and Drain Provides Emergency Plumbing in Kennesaw

Xpress Plumbing and Drain Provides Emergency Plumbing in Kennesaw

NORCROSS, GA, December 11, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Atlanta plumbing company Plumb Xpress Plumbing and Drain would like to inform customers in Kennesaw that they offer emergency plumbing in Kennesaw.

The Kennesaw plumbers at Plumb Xpress Plumbing and Drain understand that any plumbing emergency is a real emergency. That is why they will arrive at your door in less than 90 minutes from the time you call for help, guaranteed. In most cases, your problem will be fixed the very same day, and more complicated issues should only take a few days to wrap up.

This guaranteed response time can be expected no matter when your emergency occurs. Plumb Xpress Plumbing and Drain takes emergencies calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including every holiday and weekend.

Pittsburgh Plumber, Mr Rooter, Offers Expert Plumbing Advice On How To Choose The Right Size Drainpipe

How To Choose The Right Size Drainpipe

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) December 11, 2012  -- “You must pick a drainpipe diameter large enough to keep the fluid from slowing down (you need at least 2-ft. per second) and to allow air in the pipe at all times,” says Mr Rooter. Bob Beall, master plumber and owner of Mr Rooter Plumbing, offers free expert plumbing advice daily to consumers in the Southwest Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio region.

“Practically speaking, there are four different pipe diameters to work with: 1 1/2 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, and 4 inch,” says Beall. Mr Rooter recommends staying away from 1 1/4 inch because its small diameter can become easily clogged and fill with water.

“There are very complicated tables the consumer can use to help choose minimum pipe diameters, but the following simple tips will keep you out of trouble,” says the most referred and trusted plumber in Pittsburgh and Youngstown.

Five Advantages of Programmable Thermostat In Your Home

Five Advantages of Programmable Thermostat In Your Home

Home owners who install programmable thermostat in their home have found that the control system has several benefits. The control system is easy to install and cost effective and will give you the options you need to regulate the temperature in your home while you are at home or away. Below are five advantages that home owners have when using a programmable thermostat.

Using Less Energy

With a programmable thermostat, your HVAC unit will be using less energy. Since you have the ability to preset the temperature for both night and day, you will be able to use less heat or cool air while you are away or asleep. This means you will use less energy but still enjoy the comforts of home and you will find that your utility bill is lower each and every month!


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