Here are a few letters we received from readers of Supply House Times.
July 11, 2014
When we went to do the replacement, we found out the steam generator sent to us was 208 volts instead of 240 volts, which we needed in a residential house. When I contacted the online vendor I was informed that we could not return it because the distributor they had purchased it from would not accept the return.
Since I am now officially old, I get to pontificate on things that I have come to believe are always true in the hydronic-heating business, probably true in the rest of the heating business and certainly true when it comes to wet heat.
Not current events. Those are easy to find. These are more difficult to find, but worth the trip. I hope they fill you with wonder and make you appreciate how far we’ve come in this fascinating industry.
I was in Santa Monica, Calif., on a short vacation when Bob called to tell me Ray died.
I hadn’t seen Ray in years, but I think about him every time I walk up to the front of a seminar room. I always look around to see if he’s there, and I always sweat a bit, thinking he might be. And here’s why.
In this month's issue of Supply House Times, read about the following features: Plumbers Factory & Supplies' Chris Reynolds is ready to help take industry into next phase and Forte shareholders emphasize preferred vendor relationship.