The Inside Seer: Extreme Winter

This winter is starting to be a very intense and cold season. From the Northeast all the way down the coast to as far a Jacksonville has experienced freezing temperatures and even some abundant amounts of snowfall. The weather has definitely put a strain on road conditions, air travel, electrical grids and on and on shutting down businesses and commuters. Much of the Electrical Grid System is under heavy strain and fresh water pipes in some… Read More

Seresco’s Awards Havtech as its “2017 Rep of the Year” and Names 11 Quota Buster Reps at AHR Expo

Seresco USA Inc., Decatur, Ga., the leading indoor pool mechanical dehumidifier manufacturer in North America, presented manufacturer’s representative Havtech, Columbia, Md., with its “2017 Rep of the Year” award at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo 2018) Jan. 23 in Chicago. Left to right: Columbia, Md-based Havtech’s Norm Long, Principal/CEO; Dick Shafer, Vice President; and Joseph Roetering, Principal/President received 2017 Rep of the Year honors from Seresco USA’s Mark Palitza, national sales… Read More

Shannon Reusable Insulation Saves $1M for George Mason University

Shannon Enterprises of W.N.Y. Inc., the world-leading designer and maker of reusable thermal and acoustic insulation, has helped George Mason University save more than $1 million since 2009 with an insulation solution for the university’s heating and cooling system. The university’s energy manager calculated the milestone based on annual energy savings accumulated from using a self-contained, reusable insulation system. From 2009 to 2017, George Mason University’s… Read More

Twenty-Seven Programs Granted Programmatic Accreditation

HVAC Excellence is pleased to announce that twenty-seven Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration “HVACR” programs were granted programmatic accreditation in 2017. Knowing that the HVACR industry is one of the fastest growing career opportunities in the United States (offering careers that cannot be exported or automated), these 27 schools wanted to ensure that their HVACR programs had the resources to produce graduates with the retained knowledge necessary for success in this growing field. To… Read More