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Did you know…
Poorly maintained HVAC equipment consumes more energy than it should and can cost more to operate. It is also more prone to breakdowns that can increase repair and down-time costs. An Advanced Diagnostic Tune-up can improve the operating efficiency of your cooling equipment and identify potential repairs before your equipment breaks down. Savings vary depending on the type of equipment and its condition, but taking these steps can potentially cut your cooling costs by more than 20%.

Did you know…
The heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) system has a major influence on the comfort and quality of a building’s indoor environment. The HVAC system also accounts for 30 to 50% of a commercial business’s annual electric bill. This includes chillers, motors, variable speed drives, fans and pumps.
Energy efficiency improvements may save you up to 18% on your monthly utility bill.

Did you know…
Lighting costs typically account for about one-third of the annual commercial business electric bill. Installing advanced lighting technology can make significant reductions in the amount of money you spend to light your space of building. Also, between 15 to 50% of refrigeration energy costs can be reduced by replacing old parts and installing controlled systems.

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Can I Still Install a 13 SEER Unit?

There are three key questions to ask when considering installing a 13 SEER unit. Which region you are in? When was the 13 SEER system built? Was it a heat pump or straight AC? You can still install a 13 SEER unit anywhere in the U.S. if it was manufactured before Jan. 1, 2015. If … Read More »

Emerson Climate Technologies Announces The Release Of CopelandTM Brand Products For R404A/ R507A And R134a Refrigerant Alternatives

AACHEN (GERMANY), October 15, 2014 — Emerson Climate Technologies, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR), announces its ongoing investment in sustainable refrigerant alternatives in anticipation of European Union rules. Both the European Union and U.S. EPA have announced plans to transition new applications away from high global warming potential refrigerants (R404A/ R507A). F-gas Regulation 517/2014 … Read More »

New Air Conditioner Standards Would Rank as Biggest Energy Saver in U.S. DOE History

Proposed Standards Would Save Businesses Billions Washington, D.C.—The Department of Energy (DOE) proposed new efficiency standards today that would slash commercial rooftop air conditioner energy use by about 30%. The proposed standards would achieve the largest national energy savings of any standard ever issued by the U.S. Department of Energy. “DOE’s new standards are a … Read More »

EPA Warns Against Use of Refrigerant Substitutes That Pose Fire and Explosion Risk

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is warning homeowners, propane manufacturers and sellers, home improvement contractors and air conditioning technicians of potential safety hazards related to the use of propane or other unapproved refrigerants in home air conditioning systems. EPA is currently investigating instances where propane has been marketed and used as a … Read More »

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