The industry is getting ready for the upcoming cooling season, and this can be a very busy time of year for contractors. In this episode of HVAC on Air, we’d like to take a moment and look at how attending shows like ACCA,
Back to the Fundamentals
After a long, hot summer and countless hours explaining to homeowners the importance of upgrading their HVAC system, you often hear three dreaded responses:
- “I need to research or check around”
- “It’s too expensive” or “I don’t have the money right now”
- “I need to think about it”
Hearing those three common responses can be frustrating and could cause you to lose business to the competition.
Fresh outdoor air is required to maintain indoor air quality and a healthy building environment. However, it usually takes much more energy to treat outdoor air than recirculated air, and a large portion of this energy is spent removing humidity.
Recently, Emerson Climate Technologies conducted a survey of homeowners who have purchased a mini-split system within the past 1-5 years. The respondents represented a large sample of people across the U.S. in different climate zones, which provided a good understanding of how mini-splits are being applied throughout the country.
Is HVAC on your back to school list? If not, it should be. Heating and cooling energy costs are a major budget line item for schools – often, second only to salaries. Why is comfort so important in schools? Read on…
Notably, 43 percent of survey respondents indicated that changing codes and standards is a critical challenge or issue affecting the future of HVAC systems.
Times are changing. ACt accordingly: How will new Commercial HVAC Regulations impact you?
A recent survey conducted by Emerson Climate Technologies revealed that few consulting specifying engineers are aware of how the changing HVAC regulations will directly influence their business and the air conditioning market as a whole.
This past month, the one-millionth visitor visited the AC & Heating Connect website. In 2013, North Americans began looking to our site to find useful information regarding air conditioning and heating equipment for homes and businesses. This milestone reminds us how helpful a resource like ours can be to help explain confusing HVAC terms,