Other Great Sources

You may not know this, but the HVAC School podcast began before the website. When I started the podcast, I never intended to create a website, but there was more demand for quick tech tips than the podcast could hold. So, we started hvacrschool.com.

In the same way, I never set out to create a podcast network, but here we are. I find that there are more topics than I can fit into one site or podcast, so the Blue Collar Roots Network was born to allow other really smart people to do what they do best. You can still hear the HVAC School podcast in all the usual spots, and it will publish just as often with all the same great types of HVAC/R training topics, but here are some new options for you.

Building HVAC Science is a podcast by Trutech Tools CEO Bill Spohn. The show covers building diagnosis, test and balance, advanced measurement, design, and many other important topics to the trade. The latest episode is on IAQ and you can listen HERE. You can also listen and subscribe HERE.

Service Business Mastery is an in-depth look at what it takes to run a successful service business by successful business owners and managers. The latest episode is on dealing with negative reviews online. You can also listen and subscribe HERE. Service Business Mastery also has a YouTube channel, which you can visit HERE.

The Tools Pros podcast goes deep into all of the tools of the trade with honest reviews, as well as general discussion about uses and applications for tools. The latest episode is on tool bags and vehicle organization. You can also listen and subscribe HERE. The Tool Pros also have a YouTube channel with shorts about different tools, live streams, and other content, which you can visit HERE.

 

—Bryan

 

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