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Kenny Chapman, “The Blue Collar Coach,” is the author of “The Six Dimensions of C.H.A.N.G.E.” and owner of Peterson Plumbing. While effectively leading his service business, Kenny has been sharing his knowledge and experiences all over the world in the areas of leadership, sales, profitability, freedom and overall goal accomplishment. Kenny’s website has free information, tips and videos that you can apply to your own business today.Call for more information 877/968-2244
Questions? Need help? Call Paul at 407/699-8515, on his cell at 407/467-4916 or e-mail him (reference Plumbing & Mechanical magazine).
John Siegenthaler, P.E., is principal of Appropriate Designs, a consulting engineering firm in Holland Patent, N.Y., and author of the text “Modern Hydronic Heating.” Visit www.hydronicpros.com for information on new software for hydronic system design and documentation. John is also the contributing editor to PM's monthly "The Glitch & The Fix" column, which offers hydronic troubleshooting solutions in conjuction with the magazine's twice-monthly Radiant & Hydronics eNews newsletter.
Beginning on February 17, 2014, John will continue teaching his online course titled “Mastering Hydronic System Design,” in partnership with BNP Media and HeatSpring Learning Institute. Details are available at https://bnp.cammpus.com/courses/free-test-drive-hydronic-design--anytime
Ray Wohlfarth is the author of “Lessons Learned in a Boiler Room: A common-sense approach to servicing and installing commercial boilers.” In his spare time, he is president of Fire & Ice in Pittsburgh, Pa. Ray writes a monthly newsletter on commercial boilers. He can be reached at 412/343-4110.