2010 BOARD OF
2011 BOARD OF
James Barry PRESIDENTS CORNER
Doctor Cool &
Professor Heat The month of June to be educated and understand that Many of you are currently apply-
281-338-8751 was filled with extremely high ACCA members are there to assist ing this or are already using this
Spark A/C –Heat temperatures, extreme drought them with these services in a profes- in your own businesses. You
VICE PRESIDENT conditions, and wildfires sional manner. can help “brand” ACCA-GH by
Peggy Ruffin throughout the state. The high Awareness is the key here. We placing logo decals on your com-
Spark AC –Heat
David Williams temps and drought conditions want the news channels to come to pany vehicles, business cards,
Cypress Creek AC have been good for business, us whenever they have questions letterhead and all other forms of
TREASURER yet many companies have about how to properly maintain a advertising that you do for your
David Williams found it hard to keep up with system, how to locate and hire a company. This will help us in
TREASURER the demand for service. reputable company and/or anything our efforts to bring awareness to
Cypress Creek AC
281-893-3027 The news channels have shown else relating to air conditioning and our organization and meet our
G&H A/C & Heating consumers news clips that heating services. In order to achieve goal. You will be ahead of the
SECRETARY range from stories that are detri- this goal we need the help of all of game when our efforts pay off
SECRETARY mental to our industry to those our members. and the community becomes
G&H A/C & Heating that show how maintaining Most of us have heard of and are aware that hiring a local ACCA
Environmental Air your system once a year can aware of the member is the right choice for all
DIRECTORS help prevent a breakdown. term their air conditioning and heating
713-680-3274 At ACCA-GH, we “Branding”. needs. This can be a huge “Win
Heath Holder have set a goal to reach out to It has been Win” for all of us!
DIRECTORS consumers and to become more talked about I ‘m excited about our annual Sum-
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281-277-7557 Homeowners need to know of try for the last look forward to seeing you there!
Power Vac America the importance of hiring a li- several years.
Doug Long censed contractor to do their air
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Indoor Air Quality Blurb
With summer here we’re all looking for ways to keep A very small portion of light energy is absorbed by
cool. When it comes to what kind of clothes to wear you can the atoms and converted to kinetic energy, which we feel as
sometimes get mixed messages. I’ve seen news reports tell- heat energy.
ing people to wear loose white clothes and then the next
year the anchor is recommending black shirts to beat the So the white shirt is cool in sunlight.
heat. Which color actually works better at keeping you cool?
White does and to understand why we must turn to science. The valance electrons, in the atoms of the many dif-
When sunlight is shining on an object, the energy of the ferent elements of which the black shirt is composed, absorb
sunlight is absorbed by the atoms in 2 different ways. Atoms none of the energy of all the different colors of light in
in a solid object do not “sit still”. They vibrate back and forth sunlight. Since no light was absorbed, no light is emitted. So
within the structure of the molecules. Temperature measure our eyes receive NO LIGHT from the valance electrons, in
the average kinetic energy of the atoms. As light energy is the atoms of the many different elements of which the black
absorbed by the atoms, the average kinetic energy in- shirt is composed! ALL of energy of the sunlight is absorbed
creases, so the temperature of the object increases. by the atoms and converted to kinetic energy. So, the tem-
The valence electrons in the atoms of an object can perature of the black shirt increases more than a red, yellow,
absorb a specific amount of energy from sunlight. The en- orange, green, blue, indigo, or violet shirt.
ergy causes the electrons to become unstable. In chemistry,
we say that the valance electrons are in their excited state. So the black shirt is very warm in sunlight!
To become stable, the electrons emit a specific amount of
energy, which we see as a specific color of light. When If you’re the type of person who stays in the A/C all
sunlight passes through a prism, a rainbow of colors ap- summer this information will have little effect on your ward-
pears. White light contains the visible spectrum of colors, robe but if you’re the type of person that spends time out-
which are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and doors be it running errands or running on a trail this tip
Violet. should be useful. There are of course other things to take
A red shirt looks red because the electrons have ab- into consideration such as material type and style of clothing.
sorbed specific amount of energy from sunlight, became un- For example, fibers that wick moisture away from the skin
stable, then emitted a specific amount of energy, which we will help keep you dry and polyester will trap heat and sweat
see a red light. That is why a red shirt looks red. The energy on the skins surface no matter what color. Cotton is a sum-
of the remaining colors of light is converted into kinetic en- mer go-to but it has the potential to become saturated and
ergy of the atoms, so the temperature of the red shirt in- soggy after prolonged activity. All things considered, if you’re
creases. getting dressed for the day and need to decided between a
The valance electrons, in the atoms of the elements black t-shirt and a white t-shirt the white shirt is the cooler
of which the white shirt is composed, absorb the energy the option.
different colors of light in sunlight, become very excited, and Katie Long
emit the different colors of light in sunlight. So, we see white Power Vac America
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ACCA Greater Houston/ACCA Texas
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will once again join forces on February 17 , Pepco Sales - Gold Sponsor
2012 for a Vendor Fair and Education Fo- Rapid Recovery- Silver Sponsor
rum. As many of you remember, the 2010
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400 attendees taking advantage of the op- Center Hold-Out for Us?-
portunity to network and learn new ideas for Shockingly, the NOAA Climate Prediction
their HVAC/R businesses. Continuing Edu- Center is listing Above Average Tempera-
cation, Break Out sessions and of course tures for the Texas area through the start of
the Vendor Fair will all be 2012. Precipitation ap-
available at the Stafford
See you Centre located just out-
pears to be average at
best, and of course for
around the side Sugarland. Sponsor- Texas, rainfall is in-
ships and Booth Space
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past six months. One
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register early to ensure receive rainfall would
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for more information. See some much needed
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Gold Sponsors- Tammy, Vince, and Whitney.
New Apprenticeship Classes will
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IN ALIGN MENT?
ARE ALL YOUR HR PROCEDURES
Interviewing: Is there potential liability before you’ve even hired an employee?
The answer is “Yes”. Applicable Federal and State laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of an
applicant’s race, color, national origin, religion, sex, genetics, age and/or, but not limited to other factors
such as disability, family/marital status and in some states, sexual orientation.
Lawsuits and discrimination claims by employees and applicants have been at record high levels.
Business owners and supervisors/managers are at the front line making decisions which may, without in-
tention, create opportunities for lawsuits in employment areas such as pay raises, promotions/demotions,
terminations, work assignments, and one of the most legally dangerous of all those areas, interviewing po-
tential job candidates.
One simple misguided question may cause an applicant to think he or she did not get the job be-
cause of an illegal reason. The burden of proof remains on the potential employer to show the action was
not discriminatory. In the absence of a good reason otherwise, a jury may legally presume discrimination
bringing liability to both the business and the individual supervisor/manager.
So how do you avoid liability before you’ve even hired a job applicant?
First and foremost, make sure your business has developed written policies & procedures with re-
gard to the interviewing & hiring process, and train your managers. Also, ask questions consistently
among applicants which are specific to the applicant’s ability to perform the job functions and meet job
Second, if you and/or your company are presented with an allegation of discrimination under one
of the Federal or State statutes such as Title VII and you have less than 15 employees, those statutes may
not apply to your business and it is important to notify the investigating agency your business is not cov-
There may also be additional liability as a matter of fair employment practices, so here are
some questions you should NEVER ask:
How old are you? When did you graduate from High School?
What does your husband or wife do?
This job requires you work extra hours. Do you have children or other obligations which would
cause a problem?
Do you own or rent a home?
What church do you attend?
Have you ever been arrested?
From what country are you a citizen?
Do you have any debt?
Do you suffer from any illness or disability?
Have you ever been treated for drug addiction?
Tell me about yourself? – Open ended and invites personal information
These among many other questions may be considered illegal and support a claim of discrimina-
tion. Be thoughtful as to how you ask questions and consider legal ways to identify the candidate best
suited for the available position.
If an applicant begins to volunteer personal information, it is best to politely stop them and let them
know the personal information they shared will not be part of the decision making process.
For answers to questions you may have and all your Human Resource needs, feel free to contact
Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281.494.2985.
This article is for informational purposes and not intended as legal advice.
When a hurricane threatens
■ Store drinking water in any clean containers – bathtubs, bottles, pots, etc., as the water supply may become contaminated.
■ Secure outdoor objects that may be blown away or uprooted or store them inside.
■ Fuel up your car. You may need to evacuate quickly and/or sit in traffic for hours. Service stations may also become inoperable.
■ Secure homes and buildings by boarding up each window. Tape is not adequate.
■ Moor your boat securely or move it to a designated safe place.
■ If in a mobile home, check tie-downs and evacuate. Historically, manufactured homes suffer the greatest amount of damage during hurricanes.
■ Move valuables, personal papers, family photos and important computer disks to a waterproof container on the highest level of your home or
pack them to take with you.
■ Turn off utilities if told to do so by authorities. Unplug small appliances.
■ Turn off propane tanks.
If you have to evacuate
■ Make sure your gas tank is full.
■ Prepare your vehicle for what could be a very long ride. Stock your vehicle with
necessities such as water, food, pillows and blankets, toilet paper, current maps,
baby supplies, pet supplies, prescription medicines and cash.
■ Bring proof of residency — your driver’s license, a utility bill or rent receipt —
in case you will need Red Cross or FEMA assistance.
During a hurricane
■ Stay away from windows, skylights and glass doors, even if they are boarded or
■ Stay on the floor that is least likely to be affected by strong winds and floodwa-
ters. A small interior room without windows on the first floor is usually the safest
■ Beware of the eye of the hurricane. If the calm storm center passes directly over-
head, there will be a lull in the wind that can last up to half an hour. Winds will rise again to hurricane force.
After a hurricane
■ If forced into a public shelter, stay until told by local officials it’s safe to return to your home.
■ Read the Houston Chronicle, log on to chron.com, tune in to NewsRadio 740 KTRH or KPRC Local 2 News or log on to click2houston.com for
advice and instructions about emergency medical, food and housing aid, and other forms of assistance.
■ Do not drive unless it is absolutely necessary.
■ Do not drink or prepare food with tap water until you are certain it’s not contaminated.
■ If you smell gas, leave your house and call your gas supplier.
■ Look for electrical system damage. Stay away from loose or dangling wires or power lines.
■ Check for sewage and water line damage.
■ Watch out for displaced animals, especially poisonous snakes that may have come into buildings with floodwaters.
■ Watch for loose plaster, drywall and ceilings that could fall.
■ Take photos of any damage, both of buildings and their contents, for insurance claims. Make minor repairs to prevent further damage or looting,
but do not make major repairs or dispose of damaged property until it has been inspected by an adjuster. Save all receipts.
■ If your power has gone out, open refrigerators and freezers only when necessary. A freezer without power can keep food in satisfactory condition
up to 36 hours if it is kept closed. Wrapping a freezer in blankets will help insulate it.
■ Open windows and doors to ventilate and dry your home.
■ Avoid disaster areas; stay away from floodwaters, flooded roads and washed-out bridges.
■ Stay away from riverbanks, bayous and streams until all potential flooding has passed. Stay alert for extended rainfall and subsequent flooding,
even after the storm has passed.
■ Call your insurance company if you have vehicle or property damage to report.
Remember your radio
Those who remember the big storms know what it means to have a battery-operated radio. Houstonians who hid in closets or bathrooms,
listening to the unending howl of Hurricane Alicia, those trapped in their cars on flooded roadways during Tropical Storm Allison, and Bayou City
residents trying to evacuate in advance of Hurricanes Rita and Ike, all recall the comfort they found through their radios. The friendly and helpful
voices of NewsRadio 740 KTRH were there to get them through the storm and will be there again when the next storm hits.
Electrical power is usually the first casualty of a hurricane or tropical storm. But contact with vital information is easy to maintain
through a battery-operated radio. And it’s not only information; your radio is also a link to a calm place while the storm swirls around you.
NewsRadio 740 KTRH is there for you 24 hours a day. The KTRH 24-Hour Traffic Center is also there for you, as it was throughout Tropical
Storm Allison, Hurricanes Rita and Ike, every day, to help you get where you need to go with constant reports on street and route closures, high
water and estimated drive times to help you. The dedicated men and women of NewsRadio 740 KTRH work around the clock in an effort to keep
you up-to-date and safe. And they are there for you when the power is out. Just remember, when you put together supplies for hurricane season,
make fresh batteries for your flashlights and radios a priority. Whether at home in the dark or stuck on the road, think of NewsRadio 740 KTRH as
Excerpt from 2011 Hurricane and Flood Survival Guide 2011 by KPRC Channel 2
28TH ANNUAL Tuesday, July 19th, 2011
SUMMER GALA 1435 Beall at 15th
Houston, TX 77008
OPEN BAR Your participation in our largest annual fundraiser is vital. The proceeds raised
from this event lay the foundation for all our events, activities and community par-
ticipation, on behalf of you and our HVAC industry. This is a team effort we should
all support. So buy a ticket (or two), come out on July 19th and have a great time.
Socialize with your peers and suppliers, eat, drink, and who knows- come away a
Please mail/fax this raffle ticket order WINNER. We will also have a live and silent auction!
to the ACCA-GH office 713-715-6231
____________________________________________ We will be offering raffle tickets by mail as well as in person. The donation for the
Contact Name: raffle tickets this year will be $100.00 each. The grand prize is a $5,000.00(cash
____________________________________________ value) savings bond. Only 300 tickets will be sold. The raffle is a reverse order
Email: draw. The 100th name drawn will win a $1000.00 (cash value) savings bond. The
____________________________________________ 150th name drawn will win a $1000.00 (cash value) savings bond. The 200th name
Address: drawn will win a $1000.00 (cash value) savings bond. The 250th name drawn will
____________________________________________ win a $2000.00 (cash value) savings bond. The last name drawn will win a
City/State/Zip: $5000.00 (cash value) savings bond. If you don’t buy, you can’t WIN BIG
Phone: Your Gala raffle tickets may be a personal or a corporate donation. Checks
____________________________________________ should be made payable to ACCA-GH. Your purchase of a Gala raffle ticket
Number of Tickets: ________________________ guarantees you better than a one in three hundred chance of being a winner.
(Better odds than the lottery)
Payment Method: ______CHECK ____CREDIT CARD Gala raffle tickets must be purchased by cash, check or credit card upon
ordering. Can not be invoiced to your account.
Card #: _____________________________________
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Aces A/C Supply Inc. David Collins 713-738-3800 PAGE 10
ACR Supply Inc. Eric Bellinger 713-462-4822
Advanced Refrigerant Technologies, LLC
Allstyle Coil Co.
Batterson Truck Equipment
Bobby Ford, Inc.
Carrier Enterprise Gary Price 281-900-0776 P
Century Air Conditioning Supply Jess Mattox 281-530-2859
Champion Energy Jim Fluet 281-653-1892 P
Coburn Supply Ken Babin 409-924-7809
Comp Trust of Texas Dennis Mellon 469-713-5362 O
Complete Control Steve Hudson 713-464-7002
Complete Curb Products Don Moore 713-690-1622 R
Contractors Financial Opportunity, LLC Brandon Jacob 713-426-4041
Diversified Thermal, Inc. Sharon Attra 713-896-6801
Everest Institute Ian Avington 713-772-4200
FC Background Gary Page 972-977-7925
Federated Insurance Bennett Cromer 817-545-1500
Ferguson Heating & Cooling Supply Rion Child 713-466-1395
Sandy Embesi Jr.
General Truck Body Mfg. Co.
713-868-2665 Ext 211 R
H.A.M.C.T.A. Kelly Stavinoha 713-466-5054
Houston Freightliners Sean Carpenter 713-672-4115
HR in Alignment, LLC
Karen Brown Insurance Group
M & M Manufacturing Company
Mason Road Sheet Metal
MATECO Truck Equipment
MBM Cleaning, Inc. Joey L. Gabbanelli 713-225-3828 A
McDaniel Metals Inc. Larry Moody 281-987-8400
Morrison Supply Company Jason Greagrey 713-554-8500 T
MVC Fleet Group Zac Ridner 713-702-6486
Nance Universal HVACR School Joe Moravek 409-838-6127 E
Nationwide Insurance/ Slater Agency Kathy Slater 281-494-7753
Payless Insulation Inc. Larry Harmon 713-868-1021
PEPCO Sales & Marketing Roy Johnson 972-823-8700
Pronto Crane Jim Myhaver 713-722-7079
Randall Reed's Planet Ford Mike Hamm/ Gary Ryan 281-548-6110
Rapid Recovery Dave Mann 281-444-3402
Select Specialty Insurance Services Jerome Magana 832-518-3034
SER Jobs for Progress Mickey Hammond 713-773-6000
Solar Supply Inc.
The Cole Group
Donald Cole II
Tommie Vaughn Ford
Troutenko Insurance Services
United Air Conditioning Supply
Universal Wiring and Electrical Service Ed Valot 713-849-5656
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