2017 Summer Outlook

According to reports from AccuWeather, this summer is sure to leave Americans sizzling as most regions are expected to endure above-average temperatures.

Spring has sprung, and summer is on its way. While catching some rays and spending time at the beach is enjoyable for many, most still turn to their air conditioning systems for comfort during the hottest months of the year.

According to reports from AccuWeather, this summer is sure to leave Americans sizzling as most regions are expected to endure above-average temperatures.

Source: 2017 Summer Outlook

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NATE Certifiably Celebrates 20 Years

North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is trending in the industry right now, and it has been well before “trending” was even a thing. It serves as a sense of reliability to homeowners, a symbol of professionalism to employers, a mark of confidence to manufacturers, and a source of pride to technicians. So, no matter what your role in the industry is, there are countless reasons to #celebratewithNATE.

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Is R-410A Here to Stay?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has not given any indication that it will target R-410A in residential applications, and under the Trump administration, the agency may perhaps be less aggressive than it was under the Obama administration and, therefore, less likely to push for additional refrigerant phasedowns.

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How to Start a Predictive Maintenance Program

Device and equipment advances, on display in our MT IIoT web section, is past the early adoption stage, but operations and maintenance (O&M) teams are still wrapping their arms around predictive maintenance… READ MORE.

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Boiler Efficiency: Caught In The Crossfire

At the very, very end of 2016, the Department of Energy issued “final rules” for a few types of equipment/appliances.

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