The Inside Seer: Using Heating and Air Conditioning Systems to Dry Out Structures

By Pete Gardner With the weather being the way it has been this season, special attention need to be focused on keeping climate control systems in good working order. In some cases dampness caused by humidity or even construction or renovation practices can create an environment that needs attention. Heating and Air Conditioning systems, of course, have been used to adjust the atmosphere in enclosed environments and have been used to “dry out” the area. Read More

Source1 Holds Factory Direct Dealer Meeting at the Hilton, BWI Airport MD

Source1, part of well-known Johnson Controls, Inc. one of the largest companies in the US, held their York Factory Direct Dealer Meeting on January 11th, 2018 at the Hilton, BWI Airport. The meeting, headed by Ryan Spadaro, Regional GM, had over 50 attendees registered and visited York’s vendor tables exhibiting Residential, Commercial, Water Source/Geothermal, Ductless and Parts exhibits. In addition to the vendors exhibits, Source1 gave presentations on Market Updates, given by Ryan Spadaro, Programs… Read More

New Comfortmaker Two-Stage Heat Pump and Air Conditioner Models Are Designed for Superior Comfort Control at an Affordable Price

The Comfortmaker® N4H6 Performance 16 heat pump and N4A7 Performance 17 air conditioner provide superior efficiency, temperature and humidity control. These new two-stage Performance units are designed for quiet operation at an affordable price. Comfortmaker is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). “We are excited to announce the new two-stage N4H6 Performance 16 heat pump and the N4A7 Performance 17 air conditioner,” said Charlie… Read More

enVerid HLR Technology Ranked as Top Energy Saving Opportunity in Department of Energy Study

enVerid Systems, Inc. announced today that its HVAC Load Reduction® (HLR®) technology has been listed as one of the top three priorities for commercial HVAC energy efficiency in a study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) – providing potential energy savings of 250,000 billion BTU per year in the US. The study, which can be found here, evaluated over 300 technologies and determined a final set of 18 high priority… Read More