We welcome back Jacob Wright to break down what information can be seen by a dealer in diagnostics and how to read that information to make informed decisions on equipment.
We welcome Carri Norton and Michael Morey from Trane Technologies to discuss the future of connected controls, smart home and the Matter standard.
We welcome back Jacob Wright from Trane Technologies to take a tour of the technical aspects of Dealer Remote Configuration and answer some of the common questions technicians have about DRC.
We welcome back Paul Parish from Trane Technologies to educate dealers on the use and benefits of Dealer Remote Control, known as the DRC, while working in Dealer Diagnostics with smart thermostats.
We welcome Thomas Krugler, the Product Performance Specialist for Controls at Trane Technologies, to discuss installation and setup tips for smart thermostats. He also discusses how to work zoning into your connected controls, including his idea for "poor man's zoning" on non-communicating systems.
We welcome Michael Morey, the Product Manager for Thermostats at Trane Technologies, to introduce the full line of smart thermostats and the Trane and American Standard Home apps and discuss how this can help dealers.
We welcome Jacob Wright, the Technical Product Support Engineer for Diagnostics at Trane Technologies, to break down the technical aspects of setting up and using Dealer Diagnostics.
We welcome Paul Parish, Digital Adoption Manager at Trane Technologies, to Torrice Talk to discuss what benefits a dealer sees when starting to offer connected controls and smart home for Trane and American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning equipment.
We welcome Sean Gallagher, Area Sales Manager at Mistubishi Electric, to break down the features and benefits of the FS line of equipment.
We welcome back Elaina Wellstead from Change HVAC Marketing to discuss how you can foster a better company culture and use that culture in your marketing efforts.
We welcome Tim Staniels from JB Warranties to Torrice Talk to discuss the benefits of offering extended labor warranties on all your Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning equipment.
Ken Gott is back to discuss some of his tips and tricks for installing ERV's in your customers homes.
We welcome Matt Tilas, Area Sales Manager in New Hampshire and Maine with Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning, to Torrice Talk to discuss changes and updates made in 2022 to the Diamond Contractor program and program scorecard.
We welcome Lorne Sederoff, VP of Training and Channel Development, and Mimi Valentim, Account Executive, from SearchKings to Torrice Talk to discuss targeted hiring campaigns with SearchKings and how these campaigns can benefit your HVAC company.
We welcome back Ken Gott to walk through what information is needed from the field before starting a technical support call with a member of our team.
We welcome back Lorne Sederoff, VP of Training and Channel Development at SearchKings, to discuss changes being made to the Google Local Services platform and how you can take advantage of these changes to help your standing on Google.
We welcome Ken Gott to Torrice Tech Talk to give his dos and don'ts along with installation tips for the installation of flex duct.
We welcome back Russell Lattime to discuss how to properly perform a triple evacuation and why it is so important.
We welcome in Richard Rojo, the Elite Dealer Program Leader at Trane Technologies, to discuss the changes, updates and new benefits to the American Standard Customer Care and Trane TCS Elite Dealer Programs for 2022.
We welcome back Jim Cherubini from Northway Group to discuss commercial indoor air quality applications for the REME Halo as well as other PHI-action IAQ equipment.
Tech Talk Episode 72 - Setting Up Accessories on Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Using a CN24 Relay Kit
We welcome back Phil Valpey to discuss how to add accessories such as a humidifier or ERV to your Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning equipment by using a CN24 Relay Kit.
We welcome Jeff Matulich, VP of Marketing at EGIA, to Torrice Talk to discuss what EGIA offers HVAC contractors and how it can help grow your business. We also have an exciting show announcement related to EGIA's EPIC2021 event.
Phil Valpey is back to take you through more advanced checks on failing Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning equipment
Phil Valpey is back on Tech Talk to give you some of the common checks to make when you experience a failing Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning system in the field.
We welcome Jordan Bostic, the Partner Development Manager at Service Fusion as well as Judy Thornell, the President of Baytek, to discuss how Service Fusion has fully integrated their software with Quickbooks and how they work with Baytek to ensure a quick, seamless onboarding process for Quickbooks.
We welcome Jacob Kingdon and Dylan Walden from FieldEdge to discuss the FieldEdge Field Service Management platform and some of the advantages HVAC contractors have when switching to FieldEdge.
We celebrate 100 episodes of Torrice Talk by looking back at some of the best moments in podcast history.
We welcome Ray Rite from Trane Technologies to take a deeper look at spine fin technology and how Trane Technologies is using the technology to make a better, more efficient product.
We welcome in Ken Gott to have our first discussion on the new Symbio 700 commercial control.
We welcome back Phil Valpey to discuss troubleshooting thermostatic expansion valves - better known as TXV's - and electronic expansion valves - better known as EEV's or LEV's.
We welcome on Doug Hamilton to discuss the recent announcement from the Massachusetts Board of State Examiners of Plumbers and Gas Fitters to Fuel Gas Code, 248 CMR 5.00, impacting the materials that can be used for the venting of appliances by stating, "The only plastic piping which may be used for venting appliances shall be CPVC, polypropylene, and other pipes which have been product-accepted for that purpose by the Board."
Mark Guenthner is back, this week discussing proper installation practices for line sets in both unitary and ductless equipment.
We welcome back Mark Guenthner to give his insight into proper duct installation practices and how good ductwork installation can make or break your next job.
We welcome back Randy Lenz from Anden to give an overview of proper installation and maintenance practices for Anden dehumidifiers when installed in a grow room.
We take a deeper look at the full line of Anden dehumidifiers with Randy Lenz, the Product Application Engineer at Anden.
We continue our Anden discussion by welcoming in Chip Seidel, Director of Operations at Anden, to introduce their proprietary VLGR technology and explain how variable low grain refrigerant can lead to a better dehumidifier for any grow room.
We introduce the Anden line of grow room optimized dehumidifiers and humidifiers by welcoming East Coast Regional Manager at Anden, Victoria Aceves to Torrice Talk. She discusses what important differences go into the Anden line to ensure it is the ideal application for grow rooms and cultivation.
We welcome back Ken Gott to discuss tips for yearly maintenance and system checks you should be making when preparing commercial rooftop units for summer.
We welcome Marc Marchillo, Corporate Training Manager at Aprilaire, to discuss the benefits of whole home dehumidification and how Aprilaire can help you start selling more dehumidifiers.
We continue our discussion on stocking up for cooling season by welcoming in John Souza from S. G. Torrice to talk about what needs to be taken out of your bag, and what needs to go in to work on cooling equipment.
In part two of our cooling season stock discussion, Jay Seitz from Trane Technologies is back to discuss what you should have on your trucks or in your warehouses when working on commercial equipment ahead of this cooling season.
We welcome back Jay Seitz, the Northeast Regional Manager for Independent Distribution representing all American Standard and Trane Equipment and Parts at Trane Technologies, to talk about what stock you need on your trucks and in your warehouses to start cooling season. Plus we discuss preseason buys and selling IAQ items as the season begins.