In March, Estimators Richard Gross and Katie Eugley attended a series of 4 seminars hosted by the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council. Learning how to manage indoor air quality and how insulation and building practices can affect it is critical to the HVAC industry. Pictured above from left are Instructor Bill Turner, Katie Eugley, Instructor David Johnston and Richard Gross.
Estimator Katie Eugley and Sales Manager Gina Philippon spent 3 days in Appleton Wisconsin at Water-Right water treatment training. Pictured above at the Water-Right facility are Water-Right President Kurt Gruett, Katie, Gina, Water-Right founder and CEO Glen Gruett and Vice President Greg Gruett. MCES is armed with some of the best treatment equipment and education about water quality in the area thanks to the enthusiasm of the Gruett family and the training sessions that they offer to their dealers.
Most all MCES Technicians attended a series of three trainings in March hosted by The Bell/Simons Co. in Waterville. Troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and service on Riello oil burners, NTI boilers and Mitsubishi heat pumps were the topics covered over three evenings. Technicians make the sacrifice of personal time to attend these trainings after hours.It is necessary to stay on the leading edge with constant continuing education and training.
The 124th annual Maine Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors Association Expo and Trade Show was held at the Augusta Civic Center on Friday March 23rd. MCES employees Gina Philippon, Katie Eugley and Richard Gross attended the morning Plumbing Code update and Fuel Code update seminars. After the seminars a buffet lunch was served to all in attendance followed by a trade show until 4:00pm. Service Manager Ethan Werner and Installation Manager Chris Salatino attended the afternoon trade show. The Civic Center was filled with booths ranging from product suppliers, manufacturers, insurance companies and many others offering service and support to the professionals in the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling trades.