John Mesenbrink

St. Pauls, N.C.—Recently, members of the trade press were greeted by Watts Water Technologies executives for an exclusive tour of the company’s new Watts Works Learning Center. At the new, 3,000-sq.-ft. learning center, customers, channel partners, sales representatives, employees and other visitors can obtain hands-on and classroom training for a wide range of Watts products Read More

Watts has introduced the Dead Level Brickslot Grate, a stainless steel slot drain option available for all 6”-wide Dead Level Systems – Ductile Iron Frame (D), Polypropylene Frame (P), and Shallow Channel (S) for cast-in-place applications. This Brickslot Grate is the ideal solution for jobs that require an equipment- or pedestrian-friendly slope to a finished Read More

Kansas City, Mo. – HomeServiceChats, a leading professional web chat provider for home service businesses, has announced an integration with Facebook and Google Messenger, allowing timelier communication between HomeServiceChats’ clients and their customers. “Customers are continuing to engage with home service companies via Facebook and Google at an increasing rate,” said Trevor Flannigan, COO for HomeServiceChats Read More

Ashland City, Tenn.— A. O. Smith has announced the appointment of Jeffrey T. Ogan as director of product management and technical support for its North America Water Heating business unit. In his new role, Ogan is responsible for leading the business unit’s residential and commercial product management teams.  In addition, he will manage the company’s Read More

Today’s homes are becoming smarter and more efficient, thanks to the advancement of eco-friendly technologies and appliances—from tankless water heaters, low-flow toilets, to self-regulating thermostats. Homeowner Michael Craig, a huge proponent of this technological tide sweeping the country, wanted to upgrade his own 30-year-old residence in Lake Forest, Calif. “My wife and I are always Read More