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N.Y. Sheraton chiller replacement planned to be ‘invisible’ to guests

How do you replace the air conditioning system in a 50-story, 1,750-guestroom hotel without guests being aware of the process?
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Philadelphia office building liberated from high costs

Replacement of old, inefficient chillers helped the building’s owners and property managers find time to focus on other things.
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Vital info for promoting your contracting company

One bad ad could cost you a fortune; a good ad could make you a fortune — your choice.
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Lennox announces buyouts of its ‘select’ dealerships

Lennox Industries said it will “aggressively pursue” the acquisition of “select dealerships” in the U.S.
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Watch out for the ‘Service Side of Sears’

Sears Home Administrative Services has entered into an agreement with Farmers Insurance Group and Zurich U.S.
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As Shreveport shifts from industry to tourism, there’s room for growth among hvac contractors

The continued expansion of casino gambling spills over into all aspects of this northern Louisiana community.
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Commercial-industrial contractor crisscrosses U.S. in search of projects

In the 70 years since its humble beginnings, Berg, Inc., has grown into a $37 million commercial-industrial contractor, with a license to do business in 18 states and plans to increase that number soon.
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Solenoid valves: Operation, selection, and application

Article explains how to get the most out of these common devices.
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Last year’s strong shipments sustain decade-long expansion

What’s behind all this shipment strength? A healthy economy, plenty of homebuilding activity, aging-system replacements, and hvac-friendly weather.
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TS compressors advance heat pump system operation beyond ‘stop’ and ‘go’

Bristol’s compressor technology offers sizing advantages for residential heat pump systems.
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