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By: Gary Xaiver When summer wanes in the northern climates the days turn cooler in the south as well, requiring heating systems to be readied for the cooler months, and cooling systems, depending on the location, to be shut down or at least minimized for the cooler weather Heating System Start-Up Whether a heating system is a furnace, such as a rooftop unit, or a boiler, if it burns natural or LP gas, the fireside surfaces most likely need little cleaning.Read more
All told, if you’re an electrical professional in the state of Wisconsin, you have it pretty good Most electrical licensees don’t have to worry about renewal very frequently (sorry, registered electricians), the fees are pretty reasonable, and the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) makes plenty of information about the renewal process available on its website.Read more
In the state of Washington, whether you want to install a sophisticated power distribution system or a simple limited energy camera, you need to be properly certified Specifically, that means working with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) to not just get your electrical certification — but also to maintain it.Read more
Lots of other states issue licenses specifically for electrical work But the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DOPR) handles things a little bit differently.Read more
As an electrical professional in Pennsylvania, you face a somewhat complex situation While other states have one set licensing process for all electrical pros, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) handles things differently.Read more