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A Thanksgiving Message from CEO Eric DiNardo

11/24/21 2:04 PM / by Eric DiNardo

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The Thanksgiving holiday is a time to think back on the past year and be grateful for all the wonderful people who made it special. It is an opportunity to say ‘Thank You’ and share why these folks are so important to us.

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HVAC Maintenance: How Air Balance Can Help Prevent HVAC Deficiencies

10/1/21 7:12 AM / by Darren Witter posted in HVAC Test & Balance

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When it comes to HVAC, no news is good news for facility managers. When you start hearing chatter about the building being hot and humid, drafty, smoky or uncomfortable, you know a problem has already taken root. 

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Melink Solar Receives Solar Power World’s “Greenest Contractor” Award

9/28/21 4:21 PM / by Monica Niehaus posted in Solar PV, Electric Vehicle, Green, Renewable Energy, Climate Change, Zero-Energy Building

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Melink is Solar Power World’s 2021 Greenest Contractor.

Melink Solar is featured on the 2021 Top Solar Contractors List and receives Solar Power World’s “Greenest Contractor” Award.  Solar Power World magazine’s annual list includes Ohio-based, commercial solar design and build firm.

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Post-Pandemic Keep-Doing List

7/2/21 1:00 PM / by Darren Witter posted in Employee Owned, Corp

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The world-wide pandemic seems to be winding down (hopefully for good!), and we are beginning to return to some semblance of ‘normal’.  The pandemic was undoubtedly very difficult, and because challenging experiences are often our best teachers, many of us have emerged from it stronger; perhaps that is the eternal optimist in me always looking for the good in people and situations!  Here are a few of those lessons that can help us be better colleagues, business leaders, humans. Call it our “Post-Pandemic Keep-Doing List”.

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Using the Melink DCKV "Easy Button"

6/29/21 6:00 AM / by Jason Eckel posted in DCKV

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So, you are new to the world of construction and have just landed your first solo job for a major demolition and remodel of a commercial kitchen. Congratulations! The noise has simmered down to almost nothing and all the confetti has safely landed on the office floor. What's next? You have found yourself staring at your computer screen brainstorming how you are going to get everything you need for this kitchen, and the elation you felt mere moments ago is fading away to terror. Where is the “Easy Button” when you need it?

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