Heating equipment offers more options for consumers
September 12, 2016
This heating showcase provides in-depth information on the features of each individual unit and also includes technical support information from the manufacturer. The manufacturers provided all of the data included in the product grid as well as in the photo feature; therefore, any questions should be directed to them via the contact information provided in the photo feature section.
Manufacturers introduce a variety of residential heating equipment in time for fall
September 14, 2015
Every year, The NEWS introduces the latest heating equipment that is available for the upcoming winter season. The intent is to help contractors prepare for this busy period by doing the research that will help them to distinguish between brands.
Fuel Molecules Tend to Form Clusters; Magnets Break Up the Clusters and Fuel Burns More Efficiently
December 8, 2014
Scientist Peter Kulish claims to have made a major breakthrough in home heating efficiency with his new invention, the Super Saver, which he said uses magnetic fields to reduce natural gas, propane, and oil consumption by 20-40 percent while also decreasing emissions.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) Short-Term Energy and Winter Fuels Outlook, the EIA expects higher prices this winter for homes that heat with natural gas, propane, and electricity. Home heating oil prices are expected to be lower than last winter.
Full Line of Ducted Products Will Be Available for the 2014 Selling Season
September 25, 2013
Daikin Industries Ltd. has announced the availability of Daikin brand premium residential heating and cooling systems in North America, which the company says offer high-efficiency performance, outstanding warranty coverage, and a robust dealer sales support program through its Daikin North America LLC business unit.
In the case of one Pennsylvania couple, haste to move on a “move-in condition” bi-level turned into a costly mistake. After dismissing the idea of a home inspection, the buyers quickly found themselves “throwing money into a bonfire.”
Designed for use with the company’s Minneapolis Duct Blaster® system, the FlowBlaster™ capture hood accessory measures airflow in residential heating-cooling registers with flows from 10-300 cfm. The accessory conditions the flow. It then compensates for pressure loss.