Upcoming Classes

How to price your services and equipment for profit

2- day class – Nov. 6 & 7

TftT Training Room • 5801 Plauche St. • New Orleans, LA

$1250

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Agenda:

  • Use the company financial information to find the break even point.
  • Planning for growth in determining labor rates.
  • What’s the difference between Mark-up and Margins? Which one is the best for you to use?
  • How does the customer and competition affect your pricing decisions?
  • Use financial data to evaluate how your business is doing and where you can improve.

We will be using an example company in class. You leave the class with a comprehensive handout that to use in your own business. This includes an Excel file with all the formulas built in. All you need to do is enter your information into the spreadsheet to determine your break-even point.


Computerized Heat Load

Tues., Nov 13

Rescheduled for Feb. – Watch this page for details

 

 

9311 Broadway St., Ste. 200 • San Antonio

 

$275

Whether you need to do a heat load or if you have someone else doing the heat load, this class is for you. You learn how to do the heat load on computer software, what data needs to be entered for accurate loads and why.

We’ll be using Elite Software’s RHVAC Residential and Light Commercial program. Everyone attending the class receives a 10 day full trial copy of the software to use in the class and after.

Agenda:

  • How to start a project and selecting the right design conditions.
  • Selecting the appropriate construction material.
  • Building custom material to meet code requirements.
  • Entering the room by room data.
  • Selecting internal loads for people and equipment and finding the sensible and latent internal load.
  • Adding infiltration and duct loads.
  • Finding the net gain, net losses and CFM requirements.

The class uses a sample house and construction material common to the area.

After completing the heat load, We’ll calculate the Manual D using the Tabular function in RHVAC. Then we will review how to do a Manual S.

Anyone attending the class can call us for additional information and help on heat load calculations.

 


 

Doing a heat load using Drawing Board

Wed., Nov. 14

Rescheduled for Feb. – Watch this page for details

 

 

9311 Broadway St., Ste. 200 • San Antonio

$275

Drawing Board is an add-on program to Elite Software’s RHVAC Residential and Light Commercial Heat Loads. Use Drawing Board to create a drawing of the building. The room, window door and other items are smart objects with the formula for a heat load embedded. Just draw the building and the load is being done in the background.  Add the MD Ductsize program and you not only have a drawing of the structure but you also can draw out the duct and do a Manual D calculation.

Agenda:

  • Setting up the default information in RHVAC.
  • Overview of the drawing objects.
  • Using the Object Properties Box to find and change information
  • Step by step drawing of sample project
  • Drawing the duct

Attendees receive a full 10 day trial version of the software to use in the class and for 10 days after to review what they learned and try more things.

 

Sign up for both the Heat Load class on Nov. 13 and

the Drawing Board  class on Nov. 14 and pay only $475.  


 

Computerized Heat Load

2-day class – Thurs., Nov 29 and Fri. Nov. 30

 

1305 Edwards Ave. • Harahan, La. 70123

 

 

Call A/C Supply for details.

Whether you need to do a heat load or if you have someone else doing the heat load, this class is for you. You learn how to do the heat load on computer software, what data needs to be entered for accurate loads and why.

We’ll be using Elite Software’s RHVAC Residential and Light Commercial program. Everyone attending the class receives a 10 day full trial copy of the software to use in the class and after.

Agenda:

  • How to start a project and selecting the right design conditions.
  • Selecting the appropriate construction material.
  • Building custom material to meet code requirements.
  • Entering the room by room data.
  • Selecting internal loads for people and equipment and finding the sensible and latent internal load.

    Instructor

  • Adding infiltration and duct loads.
  • Finding the net gain, net losses and CFM requirements.

The class uses a sample house and construction material common to the area.

After completing the heat load, We’ll calculate the Manual D using the Tabular function in RHVAC. Then we  do a Manual S.

Anyone attending the class can call us for additional information and help on heat load calculations.

Your Instructor: Phil Granier – 40+ years HVAC technician, system designer, business owner.

 

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