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HVAC Systems and Mold

A variety of factors can contribute to the growth of mold in institutional and commercial facilities, but one all-too-common culprit is HVAC equipment. The HVAC system, including piping and...

Should You Keep Your Vintage Air Conditioning Sys...

Should You Keep Your Vintage Air Conditioning Systems? 07/07/15Vintage is in. Old-school record players, furniture, cars and other reminders of yesterday are as popular as ever, blending s...

Water-Source Heat Pumps Provide Inexpensive HVAC

Water-Source Heat Pumps Provide Inexpensive HVAC 06/09/15Here's a secret for people looking for a new idea to reduce their gas and electricity bills: You can take care of your home heating...

Some Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment Can I...

Some Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment Can Increase Insurance Premiums 06/11/15Are your homeowners insurance rates spiraling out of control? Your HVAC system may be to blame. Insuranc...

Boilers and Water Heaters: Strategies to Ensure S...

Advances in boiler and water-heater designs have resulted in a new generation of units that offer high efficiency and reliability while providing unprecedented levels of safe operation. But...

Routine Cleaning is Crucial to Air Conditioning M...

Routine Cleaning is Crucial to Air Conditioning Maintenance 07/02/15With the summer cooling season now underway, air conditioners across North America are humming along to provide precious...

Choosing Fan Settings for Your Air Conditioning S...

Choosing Fan Settings for Your Air Conditioning System 06/16/15Your air conditioning system doesn't just produce cold air. It also uses a fan to circulate the air around your home, allowin...

A New Era for HVAC Equipment

Manufacturers of HVAC equipment for decades have tried to “go beyond the sale” by offering more than just products. But in recent years as the slowing economy has put a squeeze on sales of ...

Learn About AC Technologies of the Future

Learn About AC Technologies of the Future 05/28/15Air conditioning can be a life-saver in the summer, giving you an opportunity to escape the oppressive heat and humidity and rest in comfo...

How to Avoid Headaches Related to Air Conditioning

How to Avoid Headaches Related to Air Conditioning 06/23/15Does air conditioning cause headaches? Unfortunately, for some people the answer is yes. AC is a necessity during the summer in m...

IAQ: A Closer Look at Air Movement

Due to growing demands from building occupants for healthier indoor air quality (IAQ), today’s HVAC systems not only need to heat and cool designated areas. They also have to provide proper...

Pumps: Maintaining Building’s 'Hearts'

Like human hearts, pumps fall into that category of equipment that is out of sight and, too often, out of mind. For that reason, many organizations fail to understand the central role that ...

Improving HVAC Energy Costs on the Cheap

When facility executives look to improve HVAC system performance, one of the first things that comes to mind is cost. But updating controls, installing variable frequency drives, replacing ...

Pumps: The Heart of HVAC

The centrifugal pump has long been the workhorse of HVAC systems, supporting the operation of chillers, boilers, cooling towers, domestic water systems, and hydronic distribution systems. A...

How to Protect Your Indoor Air From Spring Pollen

How to Protect Your Indoor Air From Spring Pollen 05/19/15Are you suffering from itchy eyes, a runny nose, coughing, sniffling and sneezing? This year's spring allergy season is a doozy. A...

New Boiler Efficiency Standards on the Way

New Boiler Efficiency Standards on the Way 05/21/15Radiator enthusiasts, take note – the Department of Energy is currently considering updating the efficiency standards of household boiler...

Cooling in a Crunch

Maintenance and engineering managers can choose from a wide range of on-demand cooling equipment— from 1-ton portable units designed to cool small areas to several-thousand-ton, multi-unit ...

How to Buy the Right Size Central Air Conditionin...

How to Buy the Right Size Central Air Conditioning System 07/14/15When you’re shopping for a new central air conditioning system, there are a lot of factors to consider – like efficiency r...

Eliminate Air Conditioning and Heat Bills with Mi...

Eliminate Air Conditioning and Heat Bills with Micro-Trigeneration 06/18/15There's a new technology poised to change the way Americans produce and pay for electricity. Instead of bringing ...

Chiller Challenge: Energy Efficiency

Chillers are the single largest user of electricity in most commercial and institutional facilities. In many cases, they are the single largest user of any form of energy in buildings. For ...

Four Ways to Avoid Problems with HVAC Upgrades

Cost overruns and project delays with HVAC projects seem the norm. Overruns are now so common that some organizations don’t become concerned until the project surpasses 15 percent of the or...

HVAC: The Challenges and Benefits of Under Floor ...

The design of the modern office building is being shaped by rapidly evolving technology. Facilities should be able to adapt quickly to new technologies and changing business missions. But o...

Chiller Technology That Saves

Electric chillers represent the single largest electrical load in most buildings, accounting for 35-50 percent of a building’s annual electricity use. For this reason, maintenance and engin...

On-Demand Cooling

The use of on-demand cooling systems is growing rapidly. Maintenance and engineering managers increasingly specify these systems to provide temporary cooling to areas when a building's cent...

Spray Foam Insulation Can Save You Money

Spray Foam Insulation Can Save You Money 05/14/15Sometimes it seems like you can't get a break on your energy bills. Just when the winter heating season starts cooling off, the summer cool...

Department of Energy Investing in Heat and Air Co...

Department of Energy Investing in Heat and Air Conditioning Technology 07/09/15There will always be a demand for better, more efficient heat and air conditioning technology. The less energ...

Recognizing and Responding to Signs of HVAC Troub...

What’s wrong with the system, HAL?” asked the astronaut in the film classic, 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I don’t know, Dave,” answered the computer. “But if we put it into operation and let it ...

Student-Designed Heat and Air Conditioning System...

Student-Designed Heat and Air Conditioning System Maximizes Savings 06/25/15Are you tired of pricey heat and air conditioning bills? There could be an HVAC system in the future that can re...

Save Energy by Fixing Basement Leaks

Save Energy by Fixing Basement Leaks 06/04/15You probably already know to check your attic for leaks and add insulation to keep hot air from escaping your home. But did you know that you c...

Devil in the HVAC Details

When questions about energy efficiency and cost-effective arise in institutional and commercial facilities, the focus often settles on large, big-ticket pieces of equipment. This situation ...

What the SEER Rating Means for Your Electric Air ...

What the SEER Rating Means for Your Electric Air Conditioning 06/30/15When you're in the market for new electric air conditioning equipment, one of the most important factors you need to c...

Keep Cool and Save Money by Using Fans

Keep Cool and Save Money by Using Fans 06/02/15It's the same dilemma every summer: do you sit around in the heat and sweat away the season, or do you crank up the air conditioner and pay a...