Why Should I choose HVAC?
When you’re looking to gain experience in your field, whether it’s as a sales associate or a marketing specialist, it’s easy to apply only to those businesses that focus solely on what you want to be doing. If your career goals are in marketing, you apply at a marketing firm. It makes sense. Smaller companies who don’t specialize in your particular niche get overlooked, their job descriptions unread because how would working for that HVAC company possibly help build your resume?
You may remember last week’s blog entry, Why Isn’t My AC Working? Although the entry focused on possible causes and remedies for why your unit may not be functioning properly, the somewhat comical solution to my problem brought to light a popular technique in the cooling and heating of homes; zoning.
A lot of companies use different tools to determine an applicant’s eligibility for a given position. Often it can take several weeks from the time a resume gets submitted for any sort of decision to occur. Here at ECI, we feel that it’s important to screen candidates in a lot of different ways, but the tool we value most is our “ride along.”
You’ve been putting out your resume for a few weeks and it has finally happened; you have a call back for an interview. So what now? Whether you’re an individual with years of experience in the HVAC field, or making a career change and starting at entry-level, preparing for the questions a hiring manager will have can feel overwhelming. Since there isn’t a set script for which questions you might be asked, preparing for the questions themselves isn’t always the best approach. As ECI’s talent recruiter, I’ve conducted multiple interviews with a variety of approaches I tailor for each candidate based on the position a person is applying for. Here’s some advice I have for those of you preparing for yours!
Spring might be the classic allergy trigger time, but fall allergies can be just as bad, or worse. When the weather turns cool, or sometimes as early as mid-August, a new set of allergens fill the air. This creates the miserable symptoms that make many people want nothing but to hide with a box of tissues. But you can take steps to reduce allergens and live a happier, sneeze-free life.
If you were to walk by this charming Bristol Borough home, it might not be immediately apparent that inside, a popular salon has been thriving for almost sixty years.
Recently, ECI Comfort installed a Mitsubishi ductless split heating and air conditioning unit in the home. While we were there I got to get to know the home/salon owner, Harry Moyer, and even got a haircut while I was at it.
As we approach another father’s day I began thinking about the role fathers have taken directly or indirectly over the years in helping their children when making decisions about their homes comfort and efficiency. I wanted to share a couple these stories in honor of father’s day this week.