The winners are ‘examples of how to take care of customers and run a successful business’
June 24, 2016
IERNA’s Heating & Cooling Inc. of Lutz, Florida, was named the Bryant Dealer of the Year during the annual Bryant Dealer Rally in Indianapolis. In addition to the Dealer of the Year, Bryant also announced its 15 Medal of Excellence winners.
Features Lennox HVAC equipment, Rinnai tankless water heater
June 24, 2016
PulteGroup Inc. announced it has completed construction of its zero net energy (ZNE) home prototype in Northern California. The new Pulte home, which is designed to generate as much energy as it uses, will be monitored for 12 months to evaluate its performance and identify opportunities for future enhancements.
Winning products are designed to enable users to optimize comfort and control in their homes
June 23, 2016
American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning, a brand of Ingersoll Rand, has received two Award for Design Excellence (ADEX) 2015 Platinum Awards. The AccuComfort™ Platinum 18 Air Conditioner and the Gold 824 Smart Control have both been recognized with ADEX awards, recognizing them for superior design.
Designed to drive more homeowner sales leads to contractors
June 22, 2016
Noritz America has unveiled an upgraded version of its 13-year-old PROCard trade incentive program, going beyond rebates-for-purchases to offer a robust lead-generation service for HVAC and plumbing contractors.
Investments in equipment provide greater capabilities
June 22, 2016
Intertek announced it has invested in expanded laboratory space and equipment to further enhance its testing capabilities to the HVACR industry. With these investments in testing equipment is unique to North America, Intertek said it continues to build on its status as one of the largest global networks of third-party testing facilities.
Company is building market traction for its solid-state cooling and heating
June 20, 2016
Phononic, developer of solid-state cooling and heating technology, announced that it has been named to the fourth annual CNBC Disruptor 50 List, recognizing the company as a forward-thinking startup with the potential to influence and change markets.
New York and California recently made headlines when they became the first states in the nation to adopt plans to raise their statewide minimum wage rates to $15 per hour. The controversial legislation has drawn a myriad of comments from political parties, workers, and business owners, including HVAC contractors.
Having designed so many systems for others, it’s natural to wonder what kind of HVAC equipment contractors would install in their own homes if money were no object. Their answers just might surprise you.