In Addition to HVAC and Plumbing, Company Offers Energy Audits, IAQ, and Solar Services
May 18, 2015
Intelligent Design, an air conditioning and heating contractor headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, announced it is now providing plumbing services for residential and commercial customers throughout southern Arizona.
Hudson Valley Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Contractor Rebrands
July 21, 2014
Mid-Hudson Plumbing Services, a plumbing, heating, and air conditioning contractor serving the Hudson Valley, announced that it has changed its name to Royal Class Service. The name change is part of a rebranding effort for the company, and a way for it to emphasize exceptional customer service.
More than 60 pre-engineering students from Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights, Minn., visited the Uponor North American headquarters to learn about new innovations in radiant heating and cooling, plumbing, and more.
Berkeys Air Conditioning and Plumbing of Southlake, Texas, has announced a partnership with Abacus Plumbing of Houston as part of a management recapitalization and growth equity investment. Berkeys investors, Alpine Investors and Skylight Capital helped finance the investment and partnership.
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) is reporting total plumbing, PVF/industrial, waterworks, hydronics, and HVACR estimated sales increased 3.6 percent for the month of November 2011 when compared to 2010.
NH Yates and Co., a leading manufacturer’s representative serving the HVAC and plumbing markets with headquarters in Cockeysville, Md., and offices in Richmond, Va., and Pottstown, Pa., has announced that it is merging with Allison Sales and Marketing Inc., Kernersville, N.C.
The CIPHEX Roadshow, a plumbing, heating, hydronics (hot water) and water treatment expo taking place at the Delta Regina on Oct. 20, will feature a special informational session on the new and coming standards for lead in plumbing products.
The tough economy has led many contractors to hunker down, conserving resources and cutting expenses. Other contractors are taking the opposite approach, investing in their companies and expanding operations to include additional profit centers. While there are different ways an HVAC contractor can go, most look to plumbing or electrical as natural extensions.