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EPA 608 Universal Certification Exam

Ed’s Supply will be offering the EPA 608 Universal Certification exam at our Nashville testing center located across the street from the Nashville Branch at 711 6th Avenue South.  Please contact Harold Roberts or Chris Gipe in our Refrigeration Department…

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2021 Ed’s Spring Training Schedule – Released

Just released!!!  Ed’s Supply Co. announces their 2021 Spring Training Schedule. The schedule features a five part webinar-style HVAC technical training track led by Rheem Senior District Technical Representative, Wade Hadaway. This training series designed to help HVAC tradesmen of…

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EPA Testing Update

Ed’s supply has resumed the Mainstream 608 EPA certification exam. Our next available exam date is Saturday November the 21st. If you have purchased the Mainstream 608 EPA packet and are ready to take your test. Please call Harold or…

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Ed’s Supply Offers November Mitsubishi Training

Ed’s Supply Co. offers a variety of training classes for HVAC contractors each spring and fall. On November 5, 2020, Ed’s will host a Mitsubishi M&P Service & Install class at the Ed’s Supply Distribution Center in Nashville, TN. This…

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Radio Boasts Local Rheem Pro Partners

Middle Tennessee sport’s enthusiasts often turn to radio for their source of information and entertainment for their favorite sports. For Tennessee sports updates, most look to Doug Mathews on 104.5 The Zone for insider information on their favorite Tennessee teams.…

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Rheem Wins Four Dealer Design Awards

For the past 16 years, Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News magazine has rewarded HVAC manufacturers for their contribution to industry excellence with the Dealer Design Awards. Exceptional performance in manufacturing, design, and implementation is honored during this contest. A…

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New FER Regulations: Rheem is Ready

July 3, 2019 marked a special date in the lives of HVAC manufacturers, distributors, and contractors. The U.S. Department of Energy implemented Fan Energy Rating (FER) regulations that affect all HVAC furnaces manufactured after July 3. This is the culmination…

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