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Do You Even Plumb?

In this week's installment of Enginuity's 'Quality is no Object' Awards, where we take pictures of the hilariously questionable things we find done by other contractors at our jobsites... So let's say you are incapable of sweating a 2" joint... First apply some silicon to a plastic bag and strap...

Temperature Sensor Placement

In this week's installment of Enginuity's 'Quality is no Object' Awards, where we take pictures of the hilariously questionable things we find done by other contractors at our jobsites... Here is one of the many ways to install a temperature sensor that you can't find in the installation manual. First,...

THIS SIDE UP

In this week's installment of Enginuity's 'Quality is no Object' Awards, where we take pictures of the hilariously questionable things we find done by other contractors at our jobsites... This is probably funnier to mechanical folks that will recognize this pump type. This is not a labeling mistake, this type...

Hands-On Steam Control

In this week's installment of Enginuity's 'Quality is no Object' Awards, where we take pictures of the hilariously questionable things we find done by other contractors at our jobsites... Steam. Imagine your in-house operational staff proposing the following: Why bother replacing the non-functional control valve when you can install a...

Planning For its Future, Enginuity Adds Younger Partners to Ownership Group

Enginuity LLC is only a 15-year-old company, but the owners of the Hampden Township-based mechanical services firm have already started planning for the next generation of leadership. The company recently announced that Daniel Maurer, its vice president of finance, and Michael McHenry, vice president of service, have become partners in...

Confessions of a Mechanical Contractor

This month we were featured in PA Community Banker's Association Magazine, regarding full maintenance contracts and how they help clients achieve stability in energy spends, equipment life, and reduced downtime.   CLICK HERE TO READ IT!

Before and After: A Case Study in Good Maintenance

It's been shown time and time again that good maintenance leads to major benefits: Up to 30% reduction in Energy Costs For every dollar spent on maintenance, four dollars of repair work is deferred Good maintenance leads to longer equipment lifespans We wanted to share a 'before and after' example...