Maxwell Gerber, a Polish immigrant, wanted to make his mark in his new country by manufacturing tried & true plumbing products, and do so with a commitment to partnerships — the backbone of the business.
A detailed discussion with the owner’s lead grower or cultivation team is the first step in understanding how to properly size and select equipment.
September 5, 2022
Part three of a four-part series on cannabis facilities design. This article describes heating, ventilation, air conditioning and dehumidification systems and air distribution, with a focus on the cultivation side of an indoor facility.
With our level of energy use, no one single renewable energy source can provide all the energy needed in U.S. homes. However, wood-burning boiler systems can be a sustainable energy resource — much more prevalent in many areas than solar or wind energy.
The new work normal will likely be a hybrid model where those with certain job positions can work from home sometimes and in the office at other times. Read on for tips to successfully move to this model in your company.
Once you decide to open a business, you become an entrepreneur. You also took on an incredible responsibility to ensure the business stays profitable — whether you stay as a one-person shop or hire employees.
Subcontractors should be aware of state consumer protection laws as they can be used against them in a breach of contract situation. Read on for the result of a Connecticut case where a subcontractor defrauded a general contractor out of a 30 percent deposit.
Establishing yourself as a plumbing expert, hydronics expert, HVAC expert or solar/geothermal expert requires keeping your company name top of mind for local journalists and trade press editors. Read on to see how to be an expert in your home services field.
If a project seems at financial risk, it’s crucial to evaluate the project and focus on discussing the known risks, challenges and opportunities. Make sure to follow up and ensure the recovery plan is moving forward.
As we try to deal with the colossal challenges of outdated infrastructure challenges and climate change, there is a trend toward building and living in smaller, more self-reliant buildings and communities— while still enjoying the benefits of connecting to the grid.