With so many new home developments in the works, Milestone Homes wanted a way to stand out from their competitors. To do this, CEO Lance Windel decided to make their homes extremely energy efficient while focusing on quality. Therefore, when it was time to select the HVAC systems for his latest Ardmore, Oklahoma development, he turned to Carrier ductless mini-splits in each home.
Slated to open its doors at the end of 2017, Star Tower Condos is one of the most, highly-anticipated buildings in Long Island City. Star Tower is a 25-floor residential building that will feature a roof deck, a health club, an event room, 184 condo units, and more! Because of the different building spaces, the HVAC needs and requirements are very complex and diverse. In order to meet the heating and cooling demands of these spaces, the versatility and efficiency of the Carrier 2-pipe, VRF systems were an obvious choice. Read more
The USS North Carolina is a historic World War II battleship that has become a popular tourist attraction in Wilmington, North Carolina, not only for the tour of its superstructure, but now, as a facility to accommodate meetings or other gatherings. Attempting to maintain the authenticity of the ship’s structure without altering the aesthetics, while keeping the internal spaces comfortable, was a challenging task. However, Carrier Enterprise’s use of the Toshiba Carrier VRF, installed by Jacksonville Heating Contractors, was the perfect combination for the historic renovation. Read more
Tampa Bay is bringing new business to its SoHo Corridor with the upcoming multi-use facility–The Morrison. The developer, Metis Property Group Inc., knows the value of mixed-use facilities for both its customers and tenants, and they are excited to open the doors.
However, before any construction could begin, they had to figure out the most effective and efficient way to provide heating and cooling solutions to the building, because of the many and varied needs of their tenants. To achieve these lofty goals, they turned to Toshiba Carrier VRF systems for their extreme versatility, superior energy-efficiencies, and their ability to simultaneously heat and cool. Read more
Although the Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) bus depot has been vacant since 2010, it won’t be for much longer. Late last year, DKJ Richmond LLC announced plans to transform the late 19th-century trolley system hub into a sought-after retail and residential mecca. This seven-acre setup is exactly what Carrier Ductless systems were designed for. It is going to be the equipment behind the scenes, that provides residents, shop owners, and visitors the ideal temperature and optimum efficiency year round they desire. Read more
The Toshiba-Carrier VRF is an ideal HVAC technology to use in facilities that have varying cooling and heating requirements and limited access for ductwork or mechanical room space. Therefore, when the Fishburne Military School in Virginia approached R.S. Boyers 72 degrees Heating and Air Conditioning LLC to upgrade the HVAC system in their barracks, they turned to Carrier Enterprise to provide Toshiba-Carrier VRF systems to exceed their client’s expectations. Read more
The long-anticipated Sensibo-Inside is about to hit the market and we couldn’t be more excited. This state-of-the-art device gives homeowners complete on-the-go control of their Ductless system. It brings a Smart Home to a new level, with no external settings or wire attaching required. The device is installed into your Ductless unit, a simple app downloaded, and the Sensibo-Inside is ready to go. Read more
Technology is changing the HVAC industry like never before. More specifically, variable refrigerant flow (VRF) is altering the way people heat and cool educational complexes, healthcare facilities, hotels, office buildings, and multi-family residences. According to MarketsandMarkets research company, the VRF market was worth over 11 billion dollars in 2015, and this figure is predicted to reach more than 24 billion dollars in just five years (by 2022). That equates to an 11.4% compound annual growth rate, which is pretty incredible. But when you look at the unbeatable versatility and energy efficiency that VRF systems provide, the exponential growth begins to make sense. Read more
If you have used VRF (variable refrigerant flow) technology, you know how incredible it is. It is able to dramatically improve the efficiency of a variety of commercial spaces, including hospitals, universities, hotels, office buildings, and condominiums. However, not every HVAC contractor agrees that VRF is the next big thing—even though the stats disagree. In fact, many HVAC contractors have a plethora of reasons why VRF technology is not for them. Here is a look at the most common reasons HVAC contractors are hesitant to use VRF technology, and why these reasons are simply not justified. Read more
CE Mid-Atlantic is on a mission to spread the word about the incredible benefits of a Toshiba Carrier VRF system—especially in large facilities like universities. School buildings can be a challenge to heat and cool efficiently due to the vast array of room types and their different heating and cooling requirements. Having to provide temperature control to a gymnasium is completely different than providing it for a classroom. The Toshiba Carrier VRF technology solves this issue while dramatically reducing energy expenses. To begin Operation Awareness and Acceptance, the CE Mid-Atlantic team participated in the recent showcase event held at George Washington University. Read more