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Help Get HVAC System Ready for Fall

3 Ways to Help Your Customers Get Their HVAC Systems Ready for Fall

The cooler weather is here, and it’s time to help your customers transition their HVAC systems from summer to fall. But, it’s not as simple as flipping a switch. You need to approach the transition methodically with your customer so that their HVAC system operates at its best. Here are three tips you can recommend to your customers to help them get their home ready for fall: Read more

Millennials and Modern HVAC Systems

Millennials and Modern HVAC Systems: A Perfect Match

Millennials are known for a lot of things, one of which is that they have focused more on their education and exploring the world and less on getting married and buying homes. However, the millennial generation is getting older (they are now between the ages of 22 and 37), and the rate of millennials buying homes is increasing. If fact, at the end of 2017, 36 percent of new homeowners were under the age of 35—making millennials the majority in the home-buying sector. Read more

See How Ductless System was the Perfect Solution for Maintaining the Historic Integriy of the William Collins Whitney Estate

William Collins Whitney Estate

The William Collins Whitney Estate, often referred to as “The Manse,” was built in 1904 and has since become a part of Long Island history. The property has undergone many changes over the years, but most recently, in 2000, it became the home to a nonprofit organization. While the historic aspects of the building were still intact, its old HVAC system began to present many issues. It became extremely expensive to operate and the individual rooms were impossible to make comfortable for guests. Since the rooms were being rented out for UN meetings, teacher gatherings, and more, this was a reoccurring issue that had to be dealt with. When approached about how to update the estate while still maintaining its historic integrity, Ray Victory, Lead Project Coordinator from Victory Skaggs HVAC in College Point, NY, knew that a Carrier multi-zone ductless system from CE was the solution. Read more

Mt Olive Baptist Church Gets Multi-Zone Ductless Upgrade

Case Study: Mt. Olive Baptist Church

The Mt. Olive Baptist Church has become a staple in Knoxville, Tennessee, but since it was built more than four decades ago, its HVAC system was lacking efficiency and the zone control they desired. With the help of Compass Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., the church was able to upgrade to a Carrier multi-zone ductless systems to keep their members and staff comfortable while reducing overhead expenses. Read more

Design Tips for Ductless

How to Make a Mini-Split Blend in with a Home’s Interior Design

Because of their energy efficiency, ease of installation, and low cost to install, ductless mini-splits are one of the greatest HVAC options for homeowners today. Even with this in mind, some consumers are hesitant to go the ductless route because the most common option, the high wall unit, has to be mounted where it is visible within the room. Some homeowners feel like this gets in the way of their interior design aesthetics; however, there are ways you can integrate the wall units into the customer’s home design so they don’t have to choose between form and function. As long as you make sure to put the unit up high enough and ensure it has ample airflow around it, there are many options available for your customers: Read more

Start Stocking Up on Single-Phase VRF

Now is the Time to Start Stocking Up on Single-Phase VRF

With growing interest in individual room-controlled temperature capabilities, superior energy efficiency, and compact equipment footprints, consumers are now beginning to understand the major benefits provided by VRF systems. In order to have this equipment on-site to fulfill the expectations required to meet the urgency of construction schedules of these projects, distributors and contractors have realized that now is the time to stock-up on Single-Phase VRF equipment to meet future project equipment requests. Read more

Proud to Now Provide HVAC Purchasing to E&I Members

E&I: Succeeding in the Education Vertical

The education vertical is one that’s constantly under pressure to over perform; unfortunately, while every institution consistently is pushing to raise the bar on performance, they are not immune to the fierce scrutiny on tightening budgetary requirements.  Constrained resources coupled with the need for services to maintain safe and productive day-to-day operations, all make finding a strong alliance necessary. Read more