Our application is designed to help our customers stay current on HVAC news, receive money saving discounts on repairs and services, schedule services or a free estimate on system replacement, view our service area and educational videos or write a review.
We will continue to add features, services and discounts to this application so make sure to update regularly.
For more information about products and services we offer visit our website. http://www.estesair.com
With this app, users receive the following:
1. Fingertip, real-time access to information and status updates on projects
2. Easy escalation to project advocates
3. One-click status update requests
4. Full project directory
5. Project milestones and history
The purpose of this app is to help clients sleep at night, knowing that ITX has their project under control. Should a user have any questions or uncertainties about their project, the ITX App gives them direct access to the people who are devoted to helping solve their technology problems.
Shoals Marine Laboratory (SML) is a seasonal field station located on 95-acre Appledore Island, dedicated to undergraduate education and research in marine science. Lying six miles offshore from the rugged Maine/New Hampshire coastline, SML is secluded, yet accessible. Only a one-hour boat ride from Portsmouth, NH, Appledore is a natural laboratory and classroom where the rocky intertidal zone, seabird colonies, and the open sea are right outside your door! Programs for the general public are included in each summer’s academic calendar. Shoals Marine Laboratory is a joint partnership between Cornell University and the University of New Hampshire.
Realtime news, weather, traffic, and sports updates with text, photos, and video from SUN News. See local news headlines before anyone else.
A local event calendar highlighting events in St. George, Washington, Hurricane, Cedar City, and all of Southern Utah.
Plan your day in the morning and find out what’s happening throughout the day.
CLIC-on-Health is a collaboration of hospital, public and school librarians, in order to provide all the people of the greater Rochester, New York area with the high-quality healthcare information and resources they need to make wise lifestyle and healthcare choices. The project features:
Websites and RSS feeds from reliable, up-to-date websites. All of the websites follow the HON (Health on the Internet Foundation) guidelines for authoritative content, which distinguishes ads from reliable medical content.
Information on medical and healthcare providers in the Rochester region, through links to cooperating websites.
Training in the use of health information on the Internet.
The project is coordinated by the Rochester Regional Library Council (http://www.rrlc.org), a multi-type library consortium serving libraries in the 5-county (Monroe, Livingston, Wayne, Wyoming and Ontario) Rochester area.