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Learning Labs a Highlight of ACCA 2016 Convention

HVAC contractors large and small will gather March 10-13 in Charlotte, North Carolina, for ACCA’s 2016 conference and IE3 Expo. The annual event will feature Learning Labs, MainStage sessio...

How to Sleep Better In Your City – From AC Repair...

Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together-Thomas Dekker. Most of us think that sleeping well has to do solely with a good air conditioner that gives out an arctic ...

Is Home Performance Still in High Demand?

Home-performance contracting was certainly a scorching hot topic throughout the HVAC industry just a few short years ago. Here at The NEWS, we covered it with headlines such as “Home-perfor...

Back-To-School Air Conditioner Service And Other ...

Back-to-school summer means a plethora of changes in day-to-day life styles of families that have school-going kids. The children who were till now used to sleeping for longer hours and do ...

Starting Fresh In the New Year – Five Ways To Fre...

A new for most of us is symbol of a new beginning, new possibilities, new resolutions and, fresh ideas and thoughts. It is a period of mixed feeling as we bid adieu to a phase and welcome a...

Choosing Between Gas and Wood Burning Fireplaces

Having fire place in the house adds an old air charm and aristocratic feel to it. It also increases the resell value of our house. On a typical winter night it feels great to sit comfortabl...

When and How To Change Your Furnace Filter in You...

The filter in a furnace plays a very important role. A filter clogged with dust and debris restricts the flow of air. As a result the furnace works harder to cool you rooms. Consequently, i...

Tips to winterize your home and save energy

Winter is coming. And it gives too many signals before its does. You can see it in the fall color, dryness in the air, stiffness of your joints and bones, in the headlight of the vehicles t...

Duct Cleaning and Your City Home

Ducts are the long conduits that snake throughout a house through crawl spaces and attics from the HVAC supplying cold or hot air to various rooms. These pipes can get severely infested wit...

What’s included in Furnace Service from Service E...

An annual tune up of the furnace will ensure three things- energy efficient unit, smooth functioning furnace and no-costly repairs. Annual maintenance are quite cost-effective compared to p...

The Second Coming of Regional Standards?

A working group comprised of more than a dozen stakeholders, including energy-efficiency advocates, HVACR industry organizations, and equipment manufacturers, recently reached an agreement ...

Contractors Cautiously Roll into 2016

HVAC contractors seem to be feeling cautiously optimistic about short-term growth, at least according to ACCA, whose Contractor Comfort Index (CCI) scored a 76 in January 2016. The mark was...

Should You Upgrade Your Furnace?

Here the conditions when you may think of furnace repairs: If the furnace require frequent repairs, it better to replace it. Even if the repair bills are not that huge upgrade it. In case ...

HVAC Distributors Predict Modest Growth in 2016

The latest report from Heating, Air-conditioning, and Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) showed that average sales for HARDI distributor members increased by 8.2 percent in De...

What Happens To A Heating And Cooling System When...

The air filter of a HVAC unit…well, although they look quite insignificant their role in enabling us maintain optimum comfortable level at home is a lot bigger than most homeowners r...

Industry’s Future Hinges on Regulatory Action

The hot ticket at the recent Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration (AHR) Expo was a seat at Building Services Research and Information Association’s (BSRIA’s) presentation on global ...

HVACR Shines Brightly in Orlando

“A lot goes into making this show such a valued platform for today’s professionals to come together,” said Clay Stevens, president of International Exposition Co. “Based on early feedback, ...

Creatively Attracting the Industry’s Next Gener...

In the labor market, the term millennials has become almost a dirty word. Millennials are entitled, high-maintenance, have no loyalty to their employers, and the list of stereotypes goes on...

Your City Duct Cleaning: What Does It Mean?

A clean and spic and span house feels great. Along with it a good décor and plenty of air and natural light that seep in, go a long way in making the house cosy. Another factor that ...

Hydronic Zoning Offers Exceptional Comfort, Versa...

In forced-air systems, zoning offers a way to control the indoor environment in several different areas throughout the home in order to meet the occupants’ comfort needs. Likewise, hydronic...

The Expert’s Guide to Total Home Comfort in Your ...

A comfortable house brings to the mind an array of thoughts. It could be a rocking chair in the lawn, or a sofa before the fireplace, a sunny and airy spot where you would sit and enjoy the...

Systems Designed to Keep Customers Cool

Every year, introduces the latest cooling equipment available for the upcoming summer season in order to help contractors prepare for this busy period by doing the research that will help t...

Furnace Maintanance

Furnaces in most situations do not exhibit frequent malfunctions. The units operate quite smoothly and are easy to maintain. Furnaces are of various types such as units running on gas, oil ...

GEO, CSA Set Geothermal Standard

While many state and local building codes in the U.S. include design, installation, and commissioning best practices and requirements for new geothermal systems, the country has been lackin...

How to Increase Your City Home’s Humidity This Wi...

The humidity level inside the house plays a key role in indoor comfort. The level of humidity should be so that it neither feels clammy nor does it feel dry. Ideal level of humidity is gene...

Intelligent New Products in Home Automation

The home automation market is experiencing explosive growth as wireless technologies continue to improve in quality, reliability, security, and price. According to a new report from Technav...

Holiday Safety: Furnace Repair And Maintenance Fo...

Winter is a time of the year that we all look forward to. You can feel the onset of this festive season is every aspect. Be it in fall color of vegetation, smell of dry fruits soaked in bra...

VRF’s Emerging Role in the Ductless Marketplace

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) is among the fastest-growing segments of the U.S. HVAC industry. While the technology has had a strong footprint in Japan and Europe for decades, it’s still ...

Contractors Turn to Manufacturers for Ductless Tr...

Over the past several years, has pointed to the fact that ductless mini splits are becoming a larger piece of the overall HVAC puzzle. It is a technology that works in a multitude of climat...

Building Codes, Weatherization Tighten the Ductwo...

ORLANDO, Fla. — In the new home construction and retrofit markets, tighter building codes and the desire to become more energy efficient is driving innovation in the HVAC ductwork and sheet...

Air Conditioner Maintenance in the winter

As the winter season comes to an end, it is time to tune up the air conditioner for summer. This is also called spring time tune up. This ensures that the machine is ready to perform well w...

Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon monoxide (CO) is one of the lethal gases that are emitted with the combustion of fuels. The household furnace which mainly runs on fuels either gas or oil emits CO. However the units...

How to Choose the Best AC System for Your Home

In a previous blog post, we explored some signs that it may be time to replace your air conditioner. Let’s say you’ve decided that it is, in fact, time for you to do so. Don’t hesitate, war...