• 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, […]

  • How To Choose The Right HVAC Contractor [INFOGRAPHIC]

    When your air conditioner or furnace needs to be repaired or replaced, the most important decision is how to choose the right HVAC contractor. That’s why we’ve compiled the infographic below to serve as a guide to help you find the right air conditioning contractor for your situation. Check it out – we hope it’s helpful!   […]

  • How did homes stay cool before air conditioning?

    Now a modern standard, it really wasn’t that long ago that air conditioning was considered a luxury – a little over 100 years ago, it didn’t exist at all! Summer humidity and temperatures across the United States weren’t much different than today, leaving people to find ways to keep comfortable indoors without the benefits of […]