Meet the Industry's First VRF Rooftop Product Line

Toshiba-Carrier 40QQ VRF Rooftop: The Next Generation of Zoned-Comfort

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems are changing the landscape of heating and cooling – they are perhaps the biggest change since the first mechanical air conditioner built in New York in 1902 by Willis Carrier. The goal of the first air conditioner was to manage humidity in a printing plant, however, what stood out were the comfort benefits. Since 1925 air conditioners have been cooling us on hot summer days­ – and now – with the latest and greatest in VRF technology, customers can not only reduce energy and consumption but improve temperature controls for total comfort. Read more

A Closer Look at the VRF System at Island Storage Suites

Case Study: Island Storage Suites

A true car enthusiast demands the best for their cars. That means top-of-the-line performance, sleek and uncompromising style, pinpoint accuracy in the handling, and unbridled speed and acceleration. As a collector, the best vehicle storage is also expected, meaning you need an exceptional place to store it – a place that not only protects the car but showcases the vehicle.  Read more

HVAC Technology Trends for 2019

5 New HVAC Technology Trends for 2019

HVAC technology is evolving every year due to advancements in equipment and systems. That’s the first reason you must stay current on industry developments: to keep your customers informed of the options available to them. Customers are also becoming more knowledgeable about how they want to use new smart HVAC products. That’s the second reason to know the 2019 HVAC technology trends: to provide the services that your customers want. So, what are the emerging 2019 HVAC technology trends? Let’s go over the key areas and smart HVAC products you need to know. Read more