There is a lot to know about the scheduled freon phaseout and how it affects consumers. It’s important to be informed so that you know how your systems are affected, the laws pertaining to freon use and how to make sure you are in compliance with the law. Click on any link below to read more:
Air Concept Solutions is now recognized as a participating employer for the Youth Apprenticeship program in Charleston. We hire high school students that qualify for the program under their guidelines, then train them on the job while adhering to training literature of our choosing. The program can go up to 2 years, sometimes three. We work with college students to help teach young people to earn an education. This is a really valuable learning program for students interested in learning the HVAC trade and we love working with them. For more information, click on the brochure on the right or contact us here on the site and we’d be happy to talk more with you about these learning opportunities.
Heading to a job on Highway 17 in Summerville, I spotted 2 dogs on the road. I was surprised to see that no cars were stopping so I pulled over to see what was going on. When I got closer I realized that one of the dog’s back legs had been seriously injured. I held onto one’s collar to keep him from going back into traffic while I worked to make a call with my other hand to try to reach their owner (from their dog tags). An off duty policeman saw me and pulled over to help (THANK YOU). The owner was so happy to see his boys and we got word later that the injured dog is okay. I think the thing that touched me most was to see how loyal the dog was to his injured buddy. He didn’t leave his side and kept licking his face as if to reassure the injured dog with a “everything is going to be alright, help is on the way”. We humans should all have that kind of loyalty and caring for one another and stop to help another fellow human being ( or dog ; ) when we have the chance. I felt lucky to be part of the picture that day and see such those sweet dogs and I’m so glad they’re okay.