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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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  • Over two decades ago, Carrier partnered with Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity to bring comfort and convenience to every home that was built. Over time, this partnership grew to a nationwide affair, and on August 17, Carrier celebrated the relationship with a donation of 500 ductless HVAC units. While the celebration took place in Atlanta, … The post Carrier Partners with Habitat for Humanity to B...

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  • Scheduled to open its doors later this year, the Amber Court assisted living community in Smithtown, NY, is all about making assisted living as luxurious as possible. They strive to provide senior citizens with a beautiful, amenity-laden place to call home. Amber Court focuses on giving their residents a high quality of life, and that … The post Carrier 2-pipe Heat Recovery VRF Equipment Installed...

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  • DaVita is a nationwide, Fortune 500® company, that provides personalized care and dialysis treatments to patients battling end stage renal disease and chronic kidney failure. Due to the type of treatments they perform, their patients are usually in the facility for at least four hours per visit. Since patient comfort is one of their top … The post DaVita Dialysis Center Improves Patient Care with ...

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  • The thermostat is one of the most important HVAC parts within a system. Not only does it tell the rest of the system what to do, but it is the one part of the system that is seen multiple times a day, every day. With hundreds of thermostats on the market, it can be challenging … The post Featured Product: Vive Thermostats appeared first on CE News.

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  • With so many new home developments in the works, Milestone Homes wanted a way to stand out from their competitors. To do this, CEO Lance Windel decided to make their homes extremely energy efficient while focusing on quality. Therefore, when it was time to select the HVAC systems for his latest Ardmore, Oklahoma development, he … The post New Home Development in Ardmore, OK Receives All Ductless M...

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  • According to the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), your clients should aim to keep their home at a 60% humidity level if kept at the average of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. At this humidity level, the air is easy to breathe without allowing for too much moisture buildup, which can lead to … The post How HVAC Equipment Helps with Humidity Control appeared...

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  • Slated to open its doors at the end of 2017, Star Tower Condos is one of the most, highly-anticipated buildings in Long Island City. Star Tower is a 25-floor residential building that will feature a roof deck, a health club, an event room, 184 condo units, and more! Because of the different building spaces, the … The post The Highly Anticipated Star Tower Condos in Long Island City to be Equipped ...

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  • D.W. Payne and his son founded Payne Heating & Cooling Products in 1914. They created the first floor furnace that could be installed within a home’s crawl space area. Since then, they have paved the way for many gas furnace innovations, including the first furnace that was approved for installation in a closet and the … The post Spotlight on Payne HVAC Supplies appeared first on CE News.

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  • The AHRI System Builder is your secret weapon for ensuring that your HVAC system installation is smooth and hassle-free. The System Builder tool recommends compatible parts, supplies, and accessories that you need to complete the installation. This ensures that you have everything you need upon arrival at the job site. Have you ever had to … The post The AHRI System Builder Tool Makes Installation...

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  • The USS North Carolina is a historic World War II battleship that has become a popular tourist attraction in Wilmington, North Carolina, not only for the tour of its superstructure, but now, as a facility to accommodate meetings or other gatherings. Attempting to maintain the authenticity of the ship’s structure without altering the aesthetics, while … The post Case Study for USS North Carolina ap...

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  • Tampa Bay is bringing new business to its SoHo Corridor with the upcoming multi-use facility–The Morrison. The developer, Metis Property Group Inc., knows the value of mixed-use facilities for both its customers and tenants, and they are excited to open the doors. However, before any construction could begin, they had to figure out the most … The post Toshiba Carrier VRF Helps The Morrison Flouris...

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  • Although the Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) bus depot has been vacant since 2010, it won’t be for much longer. Late last year, DKJ Richmond LLC announced plans to transform the late 19th-century trolley system hub into a sought-after retail and residential mecca. This seven-acre setup is exactly what Carrier Ductless systems were designed for. … The post GRTC Bus Depot Renovation Incorpor...

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  • Providing heating and cooling for the hospitality industry is no easy task, but with the new and improved Gree E-TAC (Engineered Terminal Air Conditioner), it just got a lot easier. The Gree E-TAC will keep up with your customers’ demanding HVAC needs, while proving the ultimate level of comfort for their guests. Here’s a closer … The post Spotlight on the New Gree E-TAC for the Hospitality Indust...

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  • It seems like everywhere you look, people are talking about tiny houses. This is a trend that is here to stay, and HVAC contractors should be prepared. Some tiny house owners may think that an HVAC system is not an option due to their limited space, so they turn to space heaters or stand-alone fans … The post HVAC for Tiny Houses: Choose Ductless to Make the Most of Your Customer’s Tiny House appe...

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