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Brian Gray Promoted at Custom Air Products & Services

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CAPS Chiller Team Continues to Expand

Taylor Norris, CEO of Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS), today announces the promotion of Brian Gray to Chiller Service Supervisor.

“Brian’s promotion reflects the importance of his contributions to the company as the leader of the HVAC Chiller Specialists Team,” explained CAPS CEO Taylor Norris. “As Chiller Service Supervisor, Brian is now in a position to provide support for all aspects of commercial and industrial chiller maintenance and service.”

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions, 713-460-9009.


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George Swies Promoted at Custom Air Products & Services

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CAPS Commercial Service Division Continues to Grow

December 6, 2018, Taylor Norris, CEO of Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS), announced the promotion of George Swies as Commercial Maintenance Supervisor.

“We are so excited about George and the value that he brings to this company and more importantly to the customers that we serve,” CAPS CEO Taylor Norris explained. “As Commercial Maintenance Supervisor, George is now in a position to provide support for all aspects of commercial maintenance with an emphasis on commercial maintenance contracts.”

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions, 713-460-9009.


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Custom Air Products & Services announce Internal Promotions, Jamie Overaitis, and Dillon Allen

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CAPS Mechanical Field Service Promotions

December 5, 2018, Custom Air Products and Services, Inc, announced two internal promotions within their Mechanical Field Services Division. Jamie Overaitis promoted to Project Manager, and also, Dillon Allen promoted to General Superintendent, both will be reporting to Brad Chaykoski, General Manager of the division.

Commenting on these promotions, Taylor Norris, CAPS Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are very pleased to announce the promotions of Jamie and Dillon, both of whom have already made strong contributions to the company during their tenures. The promotions of Jamie and Dillon are the result of our training and development initiatives designed to foster a team of best-in-class leaders.”

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions, 713-460-9009.


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Wayne Revis and Raymond Haskins Promoted at CAPS

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Restructuring of CAPS Manufacturing Department

December 4, 2018, Taylor Norris, CEO of Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS), announced the restructuring of the Manufacturing Department and the two promotions this change brings. Wayne Revis is being promoted to Production Manager and Raymond Haskins to Fabrication Manager.

“We are so excited about the value these changes bring to the company, but more importantly, to the customers that we serve,” CAPS CEO Taylor Norris explained. As Production Manager, Wayne is now in a position to provide support for all aspects of production and equipment manufacturing with an emphasis on managing the complete cradle-to-gate life cycle of the equipment being produced. Raymond’s move into the Fabrication Manager position provides more focused management of the fabrication activities, equipment, and personnel.

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions, 713-460-9009.


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Women of HVAC Defying Gravity in Denver Colorado

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Defying Gravity in Denver Colorado

“Women in HVAC Defy Gravity by Hiking Mount Bierstadt”

The 15th Annual Women in HVACR Conference was held in Denver Colorado. Several of CAPS HVAC women attended the conference and participated in many of the activities. Participating were Bea Amaya, Mary Alenbratt, Bianca Ybarra, and Susan Archer.

The goal of the WIHVACR organization is to empower women to succeed through networking opportunities, mentoring, and education.

 

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions, 713-460-9009.


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How can you tell if your heating system is working efficiently?

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How prepared are you for the coming Winter?

Antiquated industrial heating system“But Fall just barely arrived!”

This is actually the perfect time to start preparing for cold weather. Get ahead of the game by starting now. Especially if you will want to schedule an appointment with a qualified HVAC technician to test your system to make sure it is running at optimal levels. Odds are they will find some ways your system can be modified to run more efficiently and save you money.

There are some ways you can determine whether or not your system is working as efficiently as it can be. Abnormally high heating bills are one of the indicators that your system is running at low efficiency levels.

Other potential factors:

• How well your building is insulated and sealed.
• Whether your filters are clean.
• How warm your building stays in cold weather.
• If some rooms are colder than others, or if you find that you are turning up the thermostat more often.
• Is your heating system achieving the desired temperature setting you are requesting on the thermostat?

Contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) with questions. CAPS is your one stop shop for all your HVAC needs, including efficiency testing, maintenance, and custom built systems to suit your exact needs.


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CAPS 2018 Clay Shoot

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CAPS 2018 Clay ShootA big shout out to all the shooting enthusiasts that participated in an afternoon clay shoot followed by cocktails and awards sponsored by Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS).

 

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Monday – Florence Update: Carolinas Flooding Intensifies

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Overflowing rivers threaten to swamp communities near the South Carolina coast, leaving thousands needing to evacuate.

Florence - updated Monday 2018-09-24More than a week after Florence crashed into the Carolinas, dumping heavy rains, that water is nearing the coast. Authorities in Georgetown County, South Carolina, said they have put as many as 8,000 people on alert for possible evacuations starting Monday in expectation of a “record event” of up to 10 foot floodwaters this week.

Officials are eyeing gauges along the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers and said people should be ready to leave homes in the potential flood zones before possibly life-threatening flooding occurs as early as Tuesday.

Shelters are being opened Monday for area residents and officials are asking people to alert neighbors and friends to the possible dangers ahead. The community was also distributing free sandbags but said Monday was likely to be the last day to rush preparations before they should evacuate.

“From boots on the ground to technology that we have, we are trying to be able to get the message out,” Hodge said in the video feed, advising people not to await an official evacuation order should they feel unsafe.

Residents in areas that aren’t expected to flood were also being urged to evacuate since roads may be cut off, according to a statement by Georgetown County spokesperson Jackie Broach cited by CBS Charleston, S.C. affiliate WCSC-TV.

In North Carolina, five river gauges were still at “major flood” stage and five others were at moderate flood stage, according to National Weather Service. The Cape Fear River was expected to crest and remain at this flood stage through the early part of the week, and parts of Interstates 40 are expected to remain underwater for another week or more.

Parts of Interstate 95 are also expected to be underwater for days, but North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Sunday night that the major highway (Interstate 40) has been reopened to all traffic, as those floodwaters had withdrawn faster than expected.

But floodwaters already receding on one stretch of Interstate 40 left thousands of rotting fish on the pavement for firefighters to clean up.

North Carolina Emergency Management Director Michael Sprayberry said eastern counties continue to see major flooding, including areas along the Black, Lumber, Neuse, and Cape Fear rivers.

Elsewhere in North Carolina, state environmental officials also said they’re closely monitoring two sites where Florence’s floodwaters have inundated coal ash sites.

Crews conducted about 350 rescues over the weekend and travel remains treacherous in the southeastern area of his state. National Guard members will be conducting door-to-door and air search wellness checks on people in still-flooded areas.

An economic research firm estimated that Florence has caused around $44 billion in damage and lost output, which would make it one of the top 10 most expensive U.S. hurricanes. The top disaster, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, cost $192.2 billion in today’s dollars, while last year’s Hurricane Harvey cost $133.5 billion. Moody’s Analytics estimates Florence has caused $40 billion in damage and $4 billion in lost economic output, though the company stressed that the estimate is preliminary.

Congress is considering nearly $1.7 billion to aid recovery efforts from Florence. Lawmakers are already facing a deadline this week to fund the government before the start of the new budget year starting October 1st and members of Congress are expected to try to act on the disaster relief along with separate legislation to fund the government.

• North Carolina woman arrested for sheltering 27 dogs, cats abandoned during Florence.

• Less than 340,000 have flood insurance in North and South Carolina combined.

Source: CBS and National Weather Service
 

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Sunday – Tropical Storm Kirk approaches

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As flooding from Florence continues, a new threat arises in the Atlantic.

Kirk - updated Sunday 2018-09-23In a Sunday morning update, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said Tropical Storm Kirk was 465 miles south-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands, moving west at 18 mph with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.

There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

The NHC said it is currently monitoring two other areas of disturbed weather in the Atlantic. One is located about 200 miles south-southwest of Bermuda and has a 40 percent chance of developing into a cyclone. The other – located about 1,000 miles north-northwest of the Azores – has a 70 percent chance of formation.

There is also a tropical depression located about 415 miles east-northeast of the Windward Islands.

The Atlantic hurricane season lasts until Nov. 30.

For more information on how you can storm-proof your HVAC system, please contact Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. before it is too late.

Source: National Hurricane Center (NHC)
 

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Saturday – Florence Update: Carolinas Face More Flooding

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Florence - updated Saturday 2018-09-22After a week of flash floods, rising rivers, power outages, and now over 44 deaths, North and South Carolina face high chances of more flooding over the weekend.

While the rain subsided, some rivers are still rising. Officials warn the danger is far from over.

• The Cape Fear River and Lumber River will both crest again this weekend.

• New areas are flooding with little warning. Travel is not recommended south of US 64.

• Many roads that are no longer flooded are still not safe, due to damage and debris from the storm.

• Trillions of gallons of water are slowly moving toward the ocean, leaving a wake of destruction.

• Residents were warned that the confluence of the Big Pee Dee and Little Pee Dee Rivers could reach levels greater than experienced during Hurricane Matthew.

Source: CNN
 

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