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New Central Air and Heat Pump Specifications from ENERGY STAR

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With the upcoming increase in Department of Energy (DOE) energy conservation standards, which go into effect Jan. 1, 2015, the Us Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering changing the specifications for central air conditioners and heat pumps necessary for systems to earn ENERGY STAR certification.

Seven Factors that Influence Your Comfort

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Many people think that comfort is defined by two things and two things alone: temperature and humidity. But there is a lot more to it than that. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers lists the seven factors that influence comfort as:

Senior HVAC Students Step Up Their HVAC Training

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Here’s something we love to see: seniors in the HVAC-R program at San Joaquin Valley College in California, eager to get their hands dirty and develop some real experience in the HVAC install world, recently turned their final exam on its head—in a good way!

Carrier Transicold Program Focuses on Refrigerant Quality

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One of the reasons we love working with Carrier equipment is that the manufacturing company as a whole is continually working to advance technology in their field and to make the world a greener place for everyone.

Around-the-House Energy Saving Tips

On our blog, we talk a lot about things you can do to make your heating and air conditioning systems more efficient. But there are a lot more appliances in your house! This post is for people who are tired of high energy bills and want to learn little things they can do to save energy around the house.

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