Located in Laurel, Maryland, the Hope House Treatment Center is a non-profit medical facility that is committed to helping men and women overcome alcohol and drug addiction and go on to live a healthy life. The facility, which used to be a car dealership, was in need of an HVAC system upgrade that would allow for efficiency and off-site control, and Carrier ductless systems were chosen to meet their needs.
Located within the historic neighborhood of Columbia Heights rests a gorgeous Section 8 apartment complex called Fairmont Apartments. While the apartment complex itself has been around for some time, it recently underwent a complete upgrade and renovation, which included replacing the existing HVAC system with Carrier ductless systems.
Prudhom Heat and Air Conditioning of Oklahoma City, OK opened their doors for service in 2003, starting from their home garage with one truck and growing to today’s 5000 sq. ft. building with a fleet of trucks. Prudhom Heat and Air is a family owned and operated business, owned by Ernie, Dustin, and Chris Prudhom. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, they strive for excellence in every aspect of their business.
At CE, we are dedicated to providing the best service to HVAC contractors across the country, and we do this in a variety of ways. Recently, our South Texas team hosted an incredible recruiting event at Karbach Brewing Company, and they have another event, a crawfish boil, coming up shortly. We love to hear about how our CE team in South Texas is committed to their customers, and we wanted to let you know about the amazing events they put on. Perhaps it can inspire you to start planning one for your own customers.
Variable refrigerant flow, or VRF, is the latest technology to hit the HVAC industry, and it is quickly becoming the go-to HVAC equipment for a wide variety of applications. VRF systems work by continuously running the compressor, and then strategically routing the refrigerant on a per-zone, as-needed basis. Due to its minimal size, extreme energy efficiency, and incredible zoning capabilities, a VRF system is the top HVAC equipment choice for a wide variety of applications. These are just a few of the many applications for VRF systems. Read more
As an HVAC contractor, you know how hard it can be to convince your customers to upgrade their HVAC equipment to more energy efficient models. You know how amazing these products are not only for saving money, but also for how they impact the environment. Getting customers to commit to the upfront costs can be challenging, though. Here is a look at just how much energy efficient equipment can save your customers, as well as additional benefits you can point out to help them make the change. Read more
VRF, or variable refrigerant flow, is one of the greatest and latest technologies to happen to the HVAC industry. With VRF, multiple indoor fan coils can be connected to one outdoor unit, and each one can be controlled independently. By strategically controlling the amount of refrigerant that is used throughout these indoor zones, several benefits can be achieved: Read more
When your customers are in the market for a new water heater, they essentially have two options: a traditional water heater that connects to electricity or gas, or a tankless water heater. While both pieces of HVAC equipment have the same ultimate function, they do not work the same way. Here is a closer look at the differences between the two so you can help your customers decide which one will work best for their needs. Read more
It is commonly believed that duct sealing is only beneficial if the leak occurs in an unconditioned space, such as an attic or basement. However, the Comfort Institute, in partnership with the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance (GCEA), released updated findings that prove otherwise. Rob McCracken, GCEA’s director of operations, reports that after initial data has been collected, they can say with confidence that duct sealing in conditioned spaces is equally important. Read more