Blog Posts

March 30, 2016

Concrete Walls Installed to Protect Waste Water Operation

The mild winter weather has been good to a lot of towns and organizations this year, as they have been allowed to perform the construction that […]
March 29, 2016

HVAC Controls Industry to See Great Growth by 2020

At SRP Controls, we know the importance of outfitting systems with the best controls to ensure top notch efficiency and safety.  Others are acknowledging the very […]
March 24, 2016

Getting the Most From Your Hydronic Heating System

We came across an article recently that gave tips for improving the efficiency of a hydronic heating system.  Among the recommendations made in that piece was […]
March 23, 2016

Another Day, Another Failed Water Pump

More than 1800 people are without water at the moment because a municipal water pump failed overnight.  Two pumps were in place, but when the first […]
March 22, 2016

School Must Control Humidity, and Remove Mold

A school system finding mold in the buildings in which kids work and study every day is a major issue and one that will likely have […]
March 17, 2016

Making Parking Garages More Eco-Friendly

Let’s face it, few people would consider a parking garage to be an environmentally-friendly addition to the landscape, but they are a necessary part of our […]
March 16, 2016

Malfunctioning Boiler Puts a Cloud Over School’s Campus

You could certainly imagine how disconcerting it would be to see a large plume of black smoke rising above your head and originating from a building […]
March 15, 2016

When a Water Pump Approaches Retirement Age

The problems reported in a recent news story from West Virginia are similar to those suffered in many areas of the country in the past.  There […]
March 10, 2016

Insulation and System Efficiency to Combat Cold Temperatures

This time of the year, in many parts of the country, homeowners and property managers are often considering the state of the insulation and heating systems […]
March 9, 2016

Are you Setting Your Thermostat for Maximum Efficiency?

We recently read an article that provided property owners ideas for maintaining better efficiency during the worst of the heating season.  One of the major recommendations […]
March 8, 2016

Efficiency Lawsuits Prompt Homeowners to Be More Proactive

Product liability lawsuits against HVAC systems manufacturers are beginning to pop up around the country.  The plaintiffs argue that the systems are failing prematurely as a […]
March 3, 2016

Warmer Temperatures Earlier in the Year Causing Schools Trouble

This isn’t the time of year when one thinks about an excess of heat in a space, but there are some school districts that are already […]
March 2, 2016

Major Heating Issues Cause Students and Faculty to Suffer

In an article we read recently, it was reported that a school system was facing major heating issues.  Several times over a recent span of time, […]
March 1, 2016

Flow Meters May Have Alerted to Natural Gas Supply Problem Earlier

A number of homeowners and renters have recently had to flee their own homes in search for alternative shelter.  The issue is a shortage of natural […]
February 25, 2016

Coal Boiler Suffers Contained Explosion, Fire Department Called In

A college recently reported a major issue on their campus after it was determined that an internal explosion within the coal boiler caused permanent damage and […]
February 24, 2016

The Story of the Water Pump That Caught Fire

Certainly a device used to maintain water flow isn’t the first that you picture bursting into flames, but water pumps are mechanical units and that means […]
February 23, 2016

Properly Balancing a Residential Home

A heating system, even a brand new system, is only as good as the installation allows it to be.  It’s not just the initial installation, but […]
February 18, 2016

Freezing Water Lines Cause School to Shutdown

In much of the country, right now, snow, ice, and freezing temperatures are very real concerns.  In one such area, a high school faced major issues […]