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During HeatingHelp.com’s Dead Men Tales podcast, industry expert and master storyteller Dan Holohan shares the stories behind the work and fun facts you may not know about heating history.
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The Model K Mystery
In this episode, Dan Holohan tells about a Manhattan co-op apartment building, where the local time (mechanically speaking) is 1949, the heat is uneven, and the radiators hold a historic...
My Father’s American Dream
In this episode, Dan Holohan shares stories about growing up on Long Island, NY in the 1950s, the bungalow his dad built, and hydronic heating. Episode TranscriptLake Ronkonkoma.
A $50,000 Mistake
If you're staring at an odd, old device and you don't know what it is, put your hands in your pockets and back away until you learn more about it.
The Wacky History of Temperature Scales
Many of the scientific concepts we take for granted started as an idea that some guy in a room came up with one day.
Heating the Central Park Arsenal
There’s a beautiful historic building in New York City’s Central Park called the Arsenal. It was constructed between 1847 and 1851 and designed to look like a castellated fortress because...
Bicycles and Heating History
There was once a time when the plumbing and heating industry was threatened by bicycles. In this episode, Dan Holohan tells the story of how this new and exciting invention...
A Hundred Years From Now
In this episode, Dan Holohan reflects on the work and the unsung heroes behind it. We are surrounded by inspiration because so many tradespeople take extreme pride in their work.
Introducing Dead Men Tales
On October 6, 2020, HeatingHelp.com will launch the Dead Men Tales podcast hosted by master storyteller and industry expert Dan Holohan.