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    Top 5 Things To Consider When Thinking Of Furnace Replacement

    During the cold season, an old, inefficient, or problematic furnace means a whole 3 months of frustration and uncomfortable living, perhaps freezing at times. When the winter season approaches and you’ve discovered that your heating equipment is somewhat old, malfunctioned, or unreliable, your best option is to think of furnace replacement if repairs can’t quite

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  • The HEAT Is on in Congress
    The HVAC Expensing and Technology (HEAT) Act, HR 3515, which was recently introduced by Reps. Pat Tiberi, R-Ohio, and Ron Kind, D-Wis., includes provisions that will allow commercial building owners to expense qualified HVAC equipment.
  • High-performance Buildings Zero in on Zero-Net Energy
    State and local regulations are driving new building construction as well as existing buildings to implement energy-efficient technologies in order to meet future carbon emissions reduction goals. These facilities, known as high-performance buildings, strive to deliver optimal efficiency, reliability, value, and comfort to tenants.
  • Geothermal Industry Continues Life Without Tax Credits
    On Dec. 31, 2016, the 30 percent residential and 10 percent commercial federal tax credits for geothermal heat pumps expired while credits for solar and wind were extended.
  • Energy Star’s Most Efficient Boilers for 2017
    Energy Star certification is an important distinction for HVAC manufacturers’ products to achieve. The designation recognizes highly efficient performance, and 2017’s list of the most efficient boilers delivers a bevy of products from a wide range of manufacturers.
  • Smart Home Automation Market Expected to Grow
    The global smart home automation market is expected to reach $130 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research Inc. The growing demand for the convenience of remote and real-time operation of smart home automation systems has increased the growth and penetration.
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