A dozen New England regional firms received 18 COOL SMART awards for their outstanding performance at the annual ACCA – New England Golf Tournament, held at the Stow Acres Country Club in Stow, MA....More
Murphy Company, St. Louis, MO, was the only mechanical HVAC contractor selected as a finalist in all four specialty contractor categories, at the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis Keystone Awards, Nov. 3rd....More
Johnson Controls recently honored distributors representing its York®, Coleman® and Luxaire® brands with service awards during the 2009 Unitary Products Technical Conference held Oct. 5-8 in Norman, OK....More
Distributor members of Heating, Airconditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) were recognized as “Top Testing Organizations” by North American Technician Excellence (NATE), during the HARDI Annual Fall Conference, Oct.31-Nov. 4, 2009, Orlando, FL....More
Environmental Systems Design (ESD) was the recipient of three Technology Awards from Region VI of the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) as part of the organization’s 2008-2009 awards program....More
Ferguson, a leading wholesale distributor of heating and cooling equipment, recently honored local HVAC/R dealers for their commitment to providing quality products and services to their customers. Ferguson’s Fargo, N.D. branch recently awarded 6 plaques to local York and Luxaire dealers....More
Daikin Industries, Ltd., parent company of Daikin AC, Carrollton, TX, received three wards recognizing the company’s commitment to social responsibility, good citizenship, and environmental conservation....More
Sometimes the great outdoors gets into an HVAC system! Other times, good contractors find total hack jobs. Our updated "Wall of Shame" gallery shows what the good HVAC guys find on the job, sometimes in new homes!
Growing a business from the ground-up can be tough. We can’t all be lucky enough to win the lottery (like some HVAC companies have), but with the proper steps and work ethic, we don’t need to strike it rich. A business can be grown organically and see a fantastic level of success.