Heat Exchanger Experts Inc. offers seminars and training nationwide. With decades of real-world experience, our team has literally written the book on heat exchanger training. We’ll bring dozens of examples of heat exchangers into each classroom so you can get hands-on experience identifying broken, rusted, and failing heat exchangers. Our training will offer you the answers to all of your questions. At the end of our heat exchanger training, you’ll have the skills necessary to diagnose, manage, repair or replace a damaged heat exchanger. Your clients will appreciate your attention to detail and your level of professional training. Schedule a seminar today!

  1. Signs Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    A damaged heat exchanger is a cause for concern for many reasons. Initially, the heating in the home might falter, resulting in a chilly home. Next is a sometimes expensive repair bill. But if left unchecked, a broken or damaged heat exchanger can result in far more serious damages. The release of carbon monoxide is a very real concern with damaged heat exchangers. Today, the Heat Exchange Experts…Read More

  2. Problems With Your Heat Exchanger

    When the weather begins to cool, our first instinct is to reach toward the thermostat and turn on the furnace. We rely on our furnaces to keep our homes warm and liveable during even the coldest months. But what if you power on your furnace, and instead of warm air, you get nothing at all? Your heat exchanger is one of the hardest working parts of your HVAC system, and as such, it is prone to its …Read More

  3. The Importance of Hands-On Learning

    The Heat Exchange Experts have made a name for themselves as the leaders in heat exchanger repairs and training seminars. But what sets our classes apart from our competitors? It’s our commitment to providing you with hands-on learning opportunities. We feel that one of the most effective ways to learn more about these complicated machines is to see their points of failure and identify the signs…Read More

  4. The Dangers of a Damaged Heat Exchanger

    Here we are in mid-February, and winter weather has settled in across the whole country. Your clients are snuggled up at home, under quilts and blankets, and basking in the warm comfort that their furnace provides them. And while they may not know it, a heat exchanger makes up a critical component of their heated comfort. If that heat exchanger is damaged, they may be at risk for a variety of haza…Read More

  5. Is it Time For a Heat Exchanger Seminar?

    Reasons to Schedule a Heat Exchange Seminar Hello HVAC repairmen and servicers alike, and welcome back to the Heat Exchanger Experts blog. In our last post, we briefly chatted about some of the ways you could learn from our team of heat exchanger training programs. Whether you come to one of our seminars, or learn via our heat exchanger handbook, we’re sure that you’ll learn something valuable…Read More

  6. Ways to Learn from Heat Exchanger Experts

    Ways to Receive Knowledge from Heat Exchanger Experts Inc. Winter is coming and the public is depending on you to make sure that their heaters are functioning smoothly and safely. If you’re working in the HVAC business, own a company that deals with heat exchanger services on the regular, or you’re interested in learning about the safety and structures regarding machines in the HVAC industry, …Read More

  7. Walking Clients Through Furnace Repair or Replacement

    One of the major reasons that HVAC professionals across the country line up to attend a heat exchanger training course from our team is to better learn how to guide their clients toward a repair or replacement for their furnace. If you’re looking for the right tools and tactics to build up your HVAC techs as trustworthy experts, then read on for some helpful tips! Navigating Repair and Replaceme…Read More

  8. Heat Exchangers Explained

    Many people in the HVAC industry know that heat exchangers are crucial components in furnaces, and that proper maintenance, monitoring, and issue prevention are key to keeping furnaces working and homeowners healthy. Few know, however, that heat exchangers are far more common than that, and are used in a great many systems to preserve energy. As your nationwide experts in heat exchanger training, …Read More