My health care provider wanted me to have my cholesterol tested. Apparently they decided it costs more to take care of someone once they’re sick than it does to invest in a little preventive maintenance. Sound familiar?
Copper coils in some a/c units are corroding and the HVAC industry is on alert. The definitive cause is still being researched, but preliminary findings are pointing to sulfur-containing drywall manufactured overseas. According to the Associated Press, “Up to 65,000 homes in the Southeast and California, including 30,000 in Florida, could contain sulfur-emitting Chinese drywall.”
I have recently been accused of using my blog space to bash science. A few people didn’t appreciate my quoting of the 31,478 American scientists who signed a petition questioning the validity of global warming.
The volume of heat pump shipments may be dropping, according to the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute’s (AHRI’s) monthly shipment reports, but that doesn’t mean the units aren’t gaining ground in the industry. The general consensus is that heat pump popularity is increasing.
In his 35 years in the HVAC industry, David Mathews, owner of CCAC Inc., an air conditioning company in Texas, has had experience with myriads of HVAC applications and the situational obstacles that arise from working with heating and cooling equipment. One such obstacle gave birth to the AC-Enhancer®.
Next time you hear someone say, “HVACR contractors aren’t tech savvy,” send
them to www.blackallmech.com. Not only do they incorporate video into their Website, but they also communicate with some of their customers
“Welcome to Washington; we’ve changed the weather just for you.” Those were the words of notable journalist and publisher Llewellyn King as he addressed the group of manufacturer members attending the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute’s (AHRI’s) Public Policy Symposium.