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Florida contractors work hard behind low-key exteriors

September 11, 2000
If you judge a book by it’s cover, there’s a good chance you’d get mixed signals from three Tampa Bay-area contractors.
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Study refines air conditioning saturation in U.S. homes

September 11, 2000
A first-time attempt to differentiate the heating-cooling systems in America’s 100 million single-family and multifamily housing units gives a clearer definition of equipment in those homes.
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Building energy standard wins approval; AGA bitter

September 11, 2000
ASHRAE Standard 90.1-1998R, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, has won approval of the society’s board at its summer meeting here, after undergoing many revisions and a ton of controversy.
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How the future looks (according to Honeywell)

September 11, 2000
Twice a year, Honeywell provides an “Economic Outlook” from of its Home and Buildings Control Division.
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Early heat, humidity sparked cooling season

September 11, 2000
By the second week in June, intense heat and humidity had settled into the major population centers of the East and Midwest — earlier than usual, and strong enough to lead on the network news.
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N.C. legislature ponders limits to bids

September 11, 2000
School construction-renovation work is a rapidly expanding market.
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ACCA's National Capital Chapter shares its answer to shortage of qualified techs

September 11, 2000
Contractor association chapters elsewhere may strongly consider instituting a similar program to help alleviate their own labor shortages.
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Permits soared last year with strength across U.S.

September 11, 2000
Where there’s housing, there are heating-cooling systems to be installed (and, in a few years, replaced).
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Software tools offer solutions to two common problems

September 11, 2000
The makers of Visio Technical 5.0 Plus, design software for building architects, planners, and engineers, have come up with two solutions to common problems facing hvac contractors today.
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Robur GAX chillers discussed at Utility Partners hip convention

September 11, 2000
Robur is a member of the Gas Absorption Alliance (GAA), along with 10 key gas utilities across the country.
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