VRF technology will reduce utility costs at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church
March 4, 2019
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church’s community center in the Tempe, Arizona suburb of Guadalupe now has state-of-the-art HVAC thanks to variable refrigerant flow equipment, accessories, and installation labor donations from RectorSeal, Panasonic Air Conditioning Group (a division of Panasonic Corp. of North America), and Woody’s Heating and Air Conditioning.
Daytona State’s Advanced Technology College received 6 mini-split training modules
February 19, 2019
In collaboration with Tropic Supply, Cooper&Hunter has gifted Daytona State College with six complete HVAC systems, considering the donation as a useful investment in the next generation. The on-campus working stations, which include units from Cooper&Hunter’s modern “Sophia Mini-Split Single Zone Series,” will give students hands-on learning opportunities with technology that is becoming increasingly popular in the U.S.
ARS/Rescue Rooter started a program that gives heating, plumbing and air conditioning products and services to people in need. In the course of one year, ARS and their network providers have donated 17 HVAC systems and six water heaters to people in need, totaling to approximately $171,000 in products and services.
Thanks to generous donations to the ACCA Disaster Relief Fund, on October 3rd James Barry, President and Owner of Doctor Cool and Professor Heat (League City, TX) was able to present ACCA Disaster Relief aid to three of his employees critically impacted by flooding after Hurricane Harvey.
Real-world cooling equipment enables high level of instruction
October 30, 2017
When the Steamfitters United Association (UA) Local No. 602 Mechanical Trades School needed equipment to use in its apprenticeship program, a major industrial and mechanical equipment distributor fulfilled the entire wish list through manufacturer donations.
Airtime 500, Addison, Texas, and Perfect Technician Academy, Weatherford, Texas, are working together to offer aid and assistance to the approximately 300 veterans affected by the unexpected closure of the Retail Ready Career Center in Garland, Texas. Students affected by this closure are encouraged to visit www.hvacvets.com to begin the aid process.