Koch Air is the only Koch Enterprises Inc. company serving the HVAC industry and has seven locations serving customers in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Missouri. Koch Enterprises is a global, diversified, privately owned corporation that has been serving customers for 142 years from its headquarters in Evansville, Indiana.
This radiant thermostat can operate a hydronic radiant heating system based on the air sensor measuring operative temperature, a floor sensor (purchased separately), or a combination of both to provide the optimal level of comfort and control.
HVACR manufacturers exhibiting at show encouraged to submit new or upgraded products
June 9, 2016
The International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) announced its call for entries for the 2017 AHR Expo Innovation Awards competition. The winners in each of 10 HVACR product categories will receive special recognition.
Ken Goodrich, owner of Goettl Air Conditioning, announced that the company has returned to Las Vegas, opening a new office in the city to service the greater Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada, areas to offer HVAC maintenance, repair, and replacement.
Company becomes One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating and Benjamin Franklin Plumbing to offer more to customers
June 8, 2016
Henson Mechanical announced it is now One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating and Benjamin Franklin Plumbing. The Georgia contractor is joining forces with a national heating and cooling brand and a national plumbing brand with locations throughout North America.
Challenge is focused on ideas and topics related to improving energy efficiency
June 7, 2016
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), along with industry partner CLEAResult, is seeking crowdsourced ideas for residential energy efficiency applications for smartphones as part of the DOE JUMP initiative.
While making the decision to replace a condensing unit instead of repairing it may be a difficult one, some contractors have guidelines in place to help homeowners make such a decision a little less difficult.
Dozens of regulations affecting HVACR equipment manufacturers, along with refrigerant regulations and technological innovations in variable-speed technology, have resulted in a bevy of change for condenser unit manufacturers.