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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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In 1918, the person who could bring steam- or hot-water heat to your home was nearly a magician.
John Bartlett Pierce grew up in Maine, worked in a hardware store, and fell in love with hydronic heating.
Ed Holohan came back from the war in the Pacific and went to work in a supply house because they were hiring strong, young men who wanted to work six...
In this episode, Dan Holohan takes us to a seaside Victorian estate and meets a beautiful old radiator with tears in its eyes. Episode TranscriptIf radiators could talk, I think many...
John Mills was one of the great-granddaddies of heating. He worked with the H.B. Smith Company as a freelance inventor and engineer from 1873 until 1897.