Tag: HVAC

How Can Air Source Heat Pumps Help Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Even in Cold Climates?

Filed in Sustainability and Green Building by on June 24, 2021 1 Comment
How Can Air Source Heat Pumps Help Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Even in Cold Climates?

New technology advances can improve performance of heat pumps in low and even sub-zero temperatures.

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Keep Your Customers Comfortable with Well-Ventilated Homes

Filed in Codes and Standards, Education by on May 8, 2017 0 Comments
Keep Your Customers Comfortable with Well-Ventilated Homes

In today’s tight, energy-efficient homes, proper design of the HVAC system is critical to avoid issues of occupant comfort and callbacks. Download this webinar replay so you are ready to talk to your contractor.

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HVAC System Design for Builders: What You Need to Know

Filed in Codes and Standards, Education by on April 11, 2017 4 Comments
HVAC System Design for Builders: What You Need to Know

The combination of highly efficient HVAC systems and tight duct systems and envelopes can create an unintended consequence if you aren’t sure how the two work together.

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Changes Loom for HVAC Systems, Some Water Heaters

Filed in Codes and Standards by on December 29, 2014 0 Comments

Here’s an end-of-the-year reminder of two changes planned for early 2015 for HVAC systems and some water heaters.

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New Standards Loom for HVAC Efficiency

Filed in Business Management, Codes and Standards by on November 4, 2014 0 Comments
New Standards Loom for HVAC Efficiency

New regional standards for furnaces, air conditioners and heat pumps have been approved by the federal Department of Energy (DOE) for units installed in homes after Jan. 1, 2015. The standards include new reporting requirements for contractors, distributors and manufacturers to create a paper trail of installation location, supplier contact and other information to demonstrate that the appliances conform to the rules.

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