Blog Posts

July 13, 2018

‘Tis the Season for Emergency HVAC Calls in the South

During the coldest months of the year, the HVAC technicians in the northern states are rarely able to enjoy a moment’s peace. The workload escalates as […]
July 11, 2018

The Cost of Cooling Stations Deemed Worthwhile

Cooling stations are not an entirely new concept.  It is clear that there are households and families that simply cannot afford to install any form of […]
July 9, 2018

Another Jailhouse Making HVAC Upgrades, Including Sensors

It seems to be the year for jailhouse HVAC renovations.  Not long ago, we wrote about one courthouse and adjoining jail that was facing renovations to […]
July 6, 2018

Air Conditioning for Students?

A local news station told the story of kids, dressed in only shorts and t-shirts finding it hard to concentrate and function during the day.  These […]
July 4, 2018

A Gift of Heating and Cooling

There are too many impoverished families in this country.  While there are certainly those that misuse and abuse the welfare system in America, there are some […]
July 2, 2018

HVAC Systems Helping Scientists Prevent Animal Testing

Among the many eco-friendly efforts being made by companies throughout this great nation, is the effort of many companies to find ways to test new products […]
June 29, 2018

Is You’re A/C Causing Your Allergy Symptoms?

For millions of people throughout the country, air conditioning season is already in full swing.  And, for those living in the cooler climates, it will soon […]
June 27, 2018

Golf Course Forced to Upgrade HVAC System During Busy Season

If your business enjoys its busy season during the hottest months of the year, then you likely invest heavily in providing ample air conditioning for the […]
June 25, 2018

Higher Heating Bills Cause Fundraising Efforts

In a time that has seen great controversy in this nation, there does seem to be one thing that the entire country can agree on – […]
June 22, 2018

Boil Order Upsets City Residents

There are a number of people upset right now, finding it very difficult to keep up with the typical household activities thanks to a boil order […]
June 20, 2018

How New Rooftop Regulations Could Impact US HVAC Operations

Obviously, there was good reason for the US Department of Energy to consider revamping the regulations on rooftop HVAC units.  It is possible that the new […]
June 18, 2018

Using Summer Heat to Warm Your Home in the Winter

The headline might read too good to be true, but according to recent reports, there is reason to believe that we may soon be able to […]
June 15, 2018

How HVAC Systems Handle Large Temperature Swings

Many HVAC technicians receive phone calls, texts, and the worried questions of friends filled with concern over how the fluctuating temperatures are harming the HVAC systems.  […]
June 13, 2018

HVAC: Upgrades versus Full System Replacement

For many, HVAC complications, whether at home or in a commercial property, come with a hefty dose of anxiety.  A lot of people, homeowners and large […]
June 11, 2018

As Fuel Prices Climb, the Sensors and Controls Market Grows

A report from the state of Maine has many residents very worried, just as the heating season kicks into full gear.  The projections for a very […]
June 8, 2018

Aging HVAC Systems Cause School Districts Major Problems

We often write about school districts on this blog.  There is a good reason for that.  Many schools are forced to contend with tight budgets that […]
June 6, 2018

How HVAC is Helping the Growth of the Tiny House Market

The tiny house movement has been gaining traction over the past couple of years.  This was undoubtedly helped by the introduction of a show dedicated entirely […]
June 4, 2018

Short Cycling Furnaces Push Heating Expenses Higher

This time of the year, it is not uncommon for homeowners to notice problems with their heating systems. This is the busy season for most HVAC […]