Toronto, ON – Things are heating up at Citytv’s Breakfast Television (BT) with the premier appearance of HPAC Magazine columnists Robert Bean and John Siegenthaler slated for the fall. “Siggy and Bean” will showcase the benefits of water-based heating using working models of a variety of hydronic heating products. The Toronto segment is expected to be the first in a series that will include Citytv’s markets in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg.
Robert Bean is a registered engineering technologist in the building construction engineering discipline. He is known for telling it like it is with the consistent message of remaining true to achieving optimum comfort for building occupants. Bean hosts www.healthyheating.com, a not-for-profit educational resource for consumers and professionals alike. A popular speaker and trainer throughout North America, he is a regular contributor to HPAC Magazine on the subject of indoor environmental quality.
A passionate advocate of good design and simplicity in hydronic systems, John Siegenthaler is well-positioned to offer consumers practical advice on system performance and expectations. A principal of Appropriate Designs, Siegenthaler is also an expert in integrating renewable technologies and hydronic heating. He is a solar and hydronics columnist with HPAC Magazine.
Stay tuned for updates on the premier of Siggy and Bean on the Canadian television scene.
Breakfast Television broadcasts weekdays starting at 6:00 a.m. on Citytv. Owned by Rogers, Citytv has stations in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Each of the television stations reflects the flavour of the community: the serious commentary, the opinion, the celebrations and the unpredictability.
About HPAC Magazine:
More than 18,000 qualified industry professionals subscribe to Heating Plumbing Air Conditioning (HPAC) Magazine. Editorial features focus on: heating, plumbing, refrigeration, hydronics, air conditioning, business and marketing. HPAC also produces: the National Buyer’s Guide & Wholesalers Directory (both in print and online), a French-language sister magazine, Plomberie, Chauffage & Climatisation (PCC), and monthly e-newsletters. For details, please visit www.hpacmag.com .
RBc: John (Siggy) and I (The Bean) are looking forward to working with HPAC and Rogers on this consumer education piece...it's no coincidence smart consumers make informed decisions.