Dan Holohan's Wetstock V, the fifth gathering of the Wetheads, will take place on Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Holiday Inn in downtown Providence, RI.

If you've never been to Wetstock, you're in for a relaxing treat. In one day, you'll meet 149 other fascinating people who are passionate about hydronics, and the conversations you'll have will make you even better than you are.

Come and go as you please during the day. It's impossible to get bored at Wetstock. Move around the 15 roundtables as you will, and just soak up the collective knowledge of this amazing community. There are no moderators, no corporate sponsors, and no time limits. Just sit and chat and share. You'll be among friends.

Here are some of the things that will be discussed during the day:

  • Boilers Old and New

  • Boilers vs. Water Heaters

  • Business Advertising

  • Calculating Heating Loads

  • CO Testing and Measuring

  • Company Policies

  • Control Strategies

  • Ethics

  • European Hydronics

  • Fuel and Venting Issues

  • Hiring and Training

  • Hydro-Air Systems

  • Indoor Air Quality

  • Industry Visions

  • Insulation Issues

  • Marketing Hydronics

  • Open vs. Closed Systems

  • Overcoming Price Objections

  • Pricing Strategies

  • Professionalism

  • Radiant Slab and Staple-Up

  • Solar Opportunities

  • Steam Heating

  • System Piping

  • System Treatment and Cleaning

  • Working with Do-It-Yourselfers

It really is a wonderful experience, and you'll make contacts with some of the sharpest people in the hydronic heating industry. The cost of admission is $139.00, but there's room for only 150 Wetheads, so sign up quickly. For more information, visit the bookstore at www.heatinghelp.com.