The Future of HVAC: Device Driven, Digital Growth, and Beyond

Recently, ACHR News contributor Maria Taylor published an interesting story titled, “Device Driven: HVACR manufacturers talk connectivity, shelf live.” You can read the full ACHR News article here.
Beyond device driven HVAC, the industry is also becoming more digital. Earlier this year, TruTech Tools President Bill Spohn spoke to a live webinar audience about “2018 New Gadgets to Save You Time.” Many of the tools he discussed were digital devices.

WATCH NOW >>> 2018 New Gadgets to Save You Time

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SNIPS: HVAC Duct Construction Regulations to See Changes

An article in the June issue of SNIPS Magazine confirms that 2018 continues to see duct design and installation facing an increased amount of scrutiny.
“When it comes to ductwork, there has been a long-standing chasm between best practices and cost-cutting measures,” said Ken Mueller, a ductwork fabrication specialist at Cincinnati-based HVAC contractor DeBra-Kuempel. “I’ve found that unless there is a specific performance goal being targeted or mandatory proof of compliance, attention to proper duct functioning is often lax.”
As a result, […]

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Celebrate High Performance Building Week 2018 – June 11-15

Celebrate High Performance Building Week from June 11-15, 2018. This week-long event, held in Washington, DC, highlights the positive impact of high performance buildings in improving the quality of life for millions of individuals, producing a more resilient and sustainable world, reducing operating costs, and improving the productivity, comfort and health of building occupants.
An estimated 200 organizations are using this week to lobby for policies and laws to boost energy efficiency and healthy workplaces and employees. High Performance Building […]

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Homeowners Feel More Comfortable, Lower Utility Bills with Aeroseal

Contractors are truly making the lives of homeowners better, worldwide. Recently, Arizona Homeowner Don T. and his wife just had their home ductwork sealed with Aeroseal by local contractor FreshEnergy Home Comfort Solutions (a.k.a. Brothers Reidhead Insulation). The sealing was an oustanding success, and the story is truly life-changing, for the better!
Prior to sealing the air duct system of their house with Aeroseal, Don and his wife were dealing with uncomfortable temperatures in their home and high monthly utility […]

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Environmental Leader Magazine Awards Aeroseal Product of The Year

More than a decade after first being introduced on the market, Aeroseal duct sealing technology continues to win prestigious industry awards.
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Just this week, Environmental Leader Magazine announced Aeroseal duct sealing technology as a Product of the Year winner for the Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards. But wait, there’s more!
The magazine also chose Aeroseal to receive the Judge’s Choice Award – the event’s highest honor.
Since celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017, Aeroseal continues to be recognized […]

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ACHR News: Additional Services Spike HVAC Contractors’ Bottom-line Revenues

In 2018 Contractors Look Beyond Traditional HVAC for Growth, ACHR Reports

“Go Beyond the Box.” It’s a motto that helps define the Aeroseal business model and has been getting attention in the news recently. An ACHR News cover story freshly published last week proclaimed, “Additional Services Spike HVAC Contractors’ Bottom-line Revenues.”
In the article, ACHR contributor Nicole Krawcke explains, “For service contractors, there are many reasons to expand offerings to include another trade.” HVAC contractors are seeing benefits in the motto, “go beyond the box,” and helping their customers in more […]

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Aeroseal Helps OSU Dormitory Make the Grade

Aeroseal has been featured in the press recently for a project it handled at The Ohio State University (OSU). Construction was complete on the brand new, high-tech, energy-efficient William Hall dormitory, and preparations were underway for it’s grand opening in just a few weeks. Unfortunately, much to their surprise, school administrators were shocked to hear that the new building’s ventilation system FAILED to pass crucial pressure tests needed to meet fire code regulations and targeted LEED requirements.
The building’s ventilation […]

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Happy Energy Efficiency Day 2017!

Yes, today, October 5th, is Energy Efficiency Day. This is the second annual day for regional and national advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities and individuals to join together to showcase the benefits of energy efficiency. There are many ways for everyone to celebrate Energy Efficiency Day (check out some great tips for your office or home on the official website).
Here at Aeroseal we are particularly partial to tip #2: “Seal Those Leaks!”  We are ALL about sealing leaks and […]

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Aeroseal Will Speak at WEEC 2017 (Also George W. Bush)

The 2017 World Energy Engineering Congress Conference and Expo begins tomorrow at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Sponsored by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), the show is celebrating its 40th anniversary as the preeminent event for energy professionals from around the globe looking to achieve optimum energy efficiency and performance within their organizations.  New technologies, regulatory developments and industry trends are just a few of the topics that will be discussed and on display during […]

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ASHRAE SPC 215P – Public Review Period Through October 16

The draft of BSR/ASHRAE Standard 215P officially began its 45-day publication public review period on September 1, 2017.  It was announced in the current issue of ASHRAE’s Standards Actions (Volume VIII, Issue 36).
The purpose of the standard – Method of Test to Determine Leakage of Operating HVAC Air Distribution Systems – is to specify a method of test to determine leakage airflow and fractional leakage of operating HVAC air distribution systems and determine the uncertainty of the test results.
Previous industry guidelines pertaining to air […]

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