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  • Every type of HVAC equipment has its own efficiency rating system, and for boilers and furnaces, that system is called the annual fuel utilization efficiency, or the AFUE. The higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient the boiler or furnace is. Understanding these ratings is important so you can demonstrate to your customers the efficiency … The post AFUE Ratings Explained appeared first on .

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  • When you are building an HVAC system for a home, you probably use a traditional, residential unitary system or a standard residential ductless system. If you are working on a large commercial space, you typically opt for a 3-phase VRF system. However, there’s the middle area that is too large for the residential ductless system, … The post What You Need to Know About the Carrier/Bryant and Toshiba...

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  • Yost & Campbell has been serving the Westchester County area of New York for over 75 years. In 1939, they began as a refrigerator repair business out of a garage. The business grew from there and now covers all aspects of heating, cooling, plumbing, and indoor air quality for homes and businesses throughout Westchester County, … The post Customer Spotlight: Yost & Campbell appeared first on .

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  • On January 31st, volunteers from CE South Texas spent the day working on a Habitat for Humanity project in the historical Settegast community in Houston. Settegast was first developed in 1892 by German immigrants William J and Julius J. Settegast, who had become interested in land speculation back in 1872. Today, Habitat for Humanity has … The post CE Build Day – Habitat for Humanity appeared firs...

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  • Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company that creates innovative solutions for a variety of industries. In the HVAC world, they are renowned for their high-quality equipment and supplies. At CE, we are especially fond of their universal heating parts. By creating a line of universal items like gas valves, ignitors, and limit switches, contractors can … The post Spotlight on Honeywell: Your Universal Hea...

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  • A heating system is dependent on many parts to function properly, and when one part fails to do its job, the entire system can shut down. As an HVAC contractor, your customers rely on you to quickly and effectively repair their HVAC system, and with Honeywell’s universal heating parts, you can be sure to have … The post Why You Should Keep Your Truck Stocked with Universal Heating Parts from Honey...

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  • 2017 was quite the year for CE. We started off in January with the addition of the Toshiba Carrier single-phase VRF system to our ductless lineup, and it was clear that HVAC contractors and their customers were ready. With unheard-of simultaneous heating and cooling, the ability to eliminate ductwork, and zoned temperature control, the applications … The post The Many Ways We Put Ductless HVAC Sys...

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  • In the summertime, humidity is the enemy. But, in the wintertime, when cold temperatures dry out the air and then the heater dries it out even more, humidity is a necessity. Without humidity in the home, skin dries out, throats get scratchy, and some people even get nosebleeds. Not only that, but a complete lack … The post How to Deal with Humidity in Winter appeared first on CE News.

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  • A new, ultra-sleek, modern apartment complex is opening soon in New Haven, CT, and they needed a dependable, efficient, and inconspicuous HVAC system to keep residents comfortable all year round. Carrier ductless systems were selected to meet the demands of the 55-unit complex without ruining the modern vibe. About the New Haven Apartments The newest … The post Case Study: Modern Apartment Complex...

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  • Since 2001, the old home of Joker’s Comedy Club in the Bricktown community of Oklahoma City has sat vacant, but it is currently under development to become a nonprofit multi-purpose event center, meeting area, and coffee shop. To help make the abandoned building more efficient, while making sure every individual space is able to remain … The post Case Study: Oklahoma Warehouse Conversion appeared ...

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  • A local business in Tarpon Springs, Florida, purchased a historic 4200 square foot home with the goal of converting it into an efficient, comfortable office space. With the help of CE and A-Bear Refrigeration, Inc., a Toshiba Carrier VRF system was installed to provide the updated building with versatility and efficiency while maximizing the limited … The post Case Study for Historic Home Renovati...

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  • Built in 1924, the Princess Anne Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina, was completely renovated in 2005 to maintain the home’s historic architecture while transforming 40 individual rooms into two large guest rooms and 14 spacious suites. By opting for a Carrier ductless system, the Princess Anne Hotel was able to improve their efficiency, maintain the … The post Case Study: Historic Princess Anne H...

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  • Every air filter is given a MERV rating, and it can be confusing trying to choose which is best for residential applications. Let’s take a look at what MERV is and take a dive into the ratings. We will also explore if there is such a thing as too high of a rating for residential … The post MERV Ratings: What You Need to Know appeared first on CE News.

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  • We all know that after Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday kick off the holiday shopping season, but #GivingTuesday is when we really get into the spirit of generosity. At CE, we strive every day to give back. To celebrate National Day of Giving, we’d like to showcase just a few of the charitable efforts … The post CE Gives Back – #GivingTuesday appeared first on CE News.

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  • Many types of HVAC equipment rely on coils to operate, and these coils must be protected from environmental elements. If not properly protected, coils will corrode, or deteriorate, which leads to less efficient equipment and expensive repairs. The good news is that most coil corrosion can be avoided or delayed if you take prevention steps—because … The post How to Prevent Coil Corrosion appeared f...

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  • After a hurricane or bad rainstorm hits, homes often sustain visible damage. But perhaps the most harmful damage of all cannot be seen. Here’s what you can do to help your customers mitigate risk. Potential Indoor Air Quality Dangers Whether the home has survived a hurricane, rainstorm, or other weather, these are the unseen dangers … The post What to Do About Indoor Air Quality Following Big Stor...

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  • VRF and ductless HVAC systems are relatively new on the scene, and as an HVAC contractor, it can be intimidating to recommend these products to your customers if you don’t fully understand how they function. As ACHR News points out, with proper VRF and Ductless training, you can gain the knowledge you need to feel … The post CE Now Offers VRF and Ductless Training for HVAC Contractors appeared fir...

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  • Frigid temperatures are just around the corner, which means now is the time to contact your customers so you can properly prepare their HVAC systems for the winter. By reaching out to your customers and expressing concern for their comfort during the months ahead, you will make them feel valued, while also setting yourself up … The post 4 Ways to Prep Your Customers’ HVAC Systems for the Cold Weat...

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  •   Compressor Design 1. Compressor design; rotary compressors being high side shell dome meaning that the mechanical components of compression are at the bottom of the compressor where the low pressure / low temperature gas enters the compressor shell. The high pressure / high temperature gas is at the top of the compressor shell. This … The post Did You Know Our Toshiba-Carrier VRF Product Essenti...

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  • Inside each air conditioning unit is a compressor. The compressor plays the very important role of compressing the refrigerant as it enters the machine in order to increase its temperature. Once heated, the gas leaves the compressor and goes into the condenser so the cooling process can begin. While all AC compressors have the same … The post The 5 Types of Air Conditioning Compressors appeared fi...

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  • Richmond County Middle School is a historic educational facility in Warsaw, Virginia. Originally built in the early 1900’s, it was converted into the school it is today in the 80’s. Since then, very little has been done to the building and its mechanical systems. They were still using inefficient radiant heat and PTAC cooling units, … The post Case Study: Richmond County Middle School appeared fir...

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  • The Annapolis Regional Outpatient Center is one of the remote locations of the Children’s National Health System based out of Washington, D.C. They provide a convenient, welcoming environment for children who require the assistance of specialists—their services include everything from pediatric plastic surgery to cardiology and neurosurgery. In order to provide more services to their … The post An...

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  • After a hurricane or flood hits, it is time to begin the damage evaluation process. One of the most difficult items to assess—for both insurance adjusters and homeowners—is the HVAC equipment. It is challenging to determine just how severe the water damage is from the outside, and since the equipment is so expensive, claims should … The post How to Identify Water Damage to HVAC Equipment appeared ...

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  • Hurricanes are one of the most destructive forces of Mother Nature. They bring with them intense winds and heavy rains, which can be very damaging to HVAC systems. However, hurricanes do have one benefit, which is that residents generally receive ample notice of their approach. Here are some steps that can be taken weeks, days, … The post 6 Tips to Prevent Damage to HVAC Systems During a Hurricane...

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  • The HVAC industry is predominately male—according to the Boston Globe, it is 98.6% men—but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of women making waves every day. Today we would like to highlight Marye Kincheloe, owner of ACE Air Conditioning & Heating Service, Inc. in Chantilly, Virginia. About ACE Air Conditioning & Heating Service, Inc. ACE … The post Women in HVAC Spotlight: Marye Kincheloe of ...

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  • THE WIND-UP: HVAC Education at Yankee Stadium On Friday, August 25, 2017, 30 engineers gathered in the SAP Board Room at Yankee Stadium to gain valuable knowledge from HVAC experts regarding various VRF products and DOAS. The Home Run Engineering Day was co-sponsored by CE and the Association for Facilities Engineering and featured a triple … The post CE’s Educational Event at Yankee Stadium was a...

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  • You know that the more HVAC parts and supplies you sell, the more profit you will make. One of the easiest ways to increase your bottom line is by offering upgrades to your customers while you are in their homes. However, you are an experienced HVAC contractor, but maybe not a salesperson. And that’s okay! … The post Add HVAC Parts and Supplies to Increase Your Bottom Line appeared first on CE New...

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  • As an HVAC contractor, it is your responsibility to properly recover refrigerant whenever you come across it on a job site. Not only is it the right thing to do, it is required by law. But, the great news is that you can make money off of the reclaimed refrigerant with the Clean Exchange Program … The post Are You Profiting From Your Recovered Refrigerant? You Should Be appeared first on CE News.

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