Category Archives: Air Conditioning

  • HVAC Industry Trends with Will Housh of HVAC.com: R-22 Phase Out

    The HVAC industry is constantly evolving, as we’re affected by developing technology and changing legislation. Some trends you may be aware of. Others, well – we know you’re busy, running a business and all! That’s where we come in. On the HVAC.com Blog, we’ll discuss HVAC industry trends in a new monthly blog series. Hear […]


  • Air Conditioning Advertising Ideas to Increase Cooling System Sales

    It’s February! Despite the chill, it’s the right time to begin strategizing for cooling season. What are you going to do to meet your air conditioning sales goals this year? These air conditioning advertising ideas will generate new leads. Your sales team gains more opportunities to close! Air Conditioning Advertising Ideas for Heating Sales and […]


  • AC Maintenance & AC Repair Guide for Homeowners

    Man, this wacky weather has us in the Midwest thinking spring already! With these mild temperatures, you might as well get a jump start on your spring home to-do list. Air conditioner-related tasks likely fill that list. Before you call your home AC repair contractor, know there are AC maintenance and AC repair items that […]


  • What Makes a Good AC Technician?

    Home or commercial building owners should have a good AC technician on speed dial. When you need a new air conditioner installed in spring or reliable AC repairs in the heat of summer, do you know who to call? Air conditioners are expensive, and they are complex mechanical equipment. To protect your comfort and investment, […]


  • Choosing the Right Local Air Conditioning Installation Contractor

    Hot summer weather will arrive soon. It’s the ideal time to research air conditioning installation. Prepare in advance to make a smart purchase decision on equipment. Find the right air conditioning installation contractor. Some homeowners have worked with the same HVAC contractor for years. Others don’t have a preferred heating and cooling contractor on speed […]


  • Is Air Conditioning in Schools Essential for Learning?

    Schools are in session, starting in August and September, or sooner. Some districts do not have air conditioning in schools. This leaves students to sweat through the day. Districts across the U.S. faced these problems at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. Schools from Detroit to Los Angeles had heat-related closures. Kindergarteners through college students […]


  • Homes Benefit from the Insurance HVAC Systems Offer

    Most of us think comfort when we think HVAC, but few think of protection or the insurance HVAC systems offer. Aside from increasing comfort, heating and cooling systems stabilize indoor conditions. Your home is built from certain materials and filled with valuable possessions. If the indoor climate isn’t right, severe damage may occur. These losses add up, […]


  • Smart Vents vs. Zoning: Which Zoning Methods Are Best?

    Today, smart home HVAC products are all the rage. They boast easy installation, seamless integration, and desirable energy efficiency. Despite their advertising claims, some “smart” products and zoning methods go against expert advice from heating and cooling professionals. Let’s examine a smart product which claims to “zone” rooms in the home for energy savings – […]


  • Off-Grid Air Conditioning

    “Going off the grid” is a growing household trend in the United States and across the world. An estimated 180,000 U.S. families were living off-grid as of 2013. More make the transition to off-grid living each year, as access to information increases and environmental consciousness grows among homeowners. Americans go off-grid for a variety of […]


  • Pest-Proof Your HVAC Components

    Pesky pests are a problem home and business owners battle time and time again. Ignoring pest problems can have damaging consequences – termites can destroy your home or building’s structure, raccoons tear their way into your attic, ants relentlessly invade your interiors, wasps create nests inside and out, posing a danger to occupants – and […]