The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Rebuild America program recently sponsored the first Philadelphia Cooling Workshop. The workshop was designed to address the needs of Philadelphia row home residents and is a stepping-stone for producing a nationally replicable strategy to increase energy efficiency up to 35% in row homes across the country.
American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning's independent dealer Bryant/Burnett Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc., is fulfilling the hvac needs of a large 18,000-sq-ft home in Goshen, KY, with 10 air conditioners and 10 gas furnaces.
The generosity of some hvacr contractors and their employees is often an outstanding example to the business community at large. One particular example occurred earlier this year in Vernon, CT, when an employee of New England Mechanical Services, Inc. (NEMSI), lost his home in a fire.
In mid-March, New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen signed a statewide building code into law. The legislation requires that all construction follow a new state building code, referencing the 2000 International Codes™.
When Thermik Geraetedua, GmbH, sought the optimum ‘hook up’ wiring solution for its thermal protection devices, it found that Raychem 44 wire, from Tyco Electronics, headquartered in Harrisburg, PA, provided significant advantages over alternatives.
Ice hockey locker rooms typically smell moldy and feel chillingly damp. The 20-year-old locker room of the ice rink at the Murray Athletic Center of Elmira College, Elmira, NY, was no different until hvac engineers and contractors came up with the idea of using makeup air dehumidifiers to correct the poor indoor air quality problem.