HVAC equipment is increasingly becoming the focus of more attention in part because engineers and business owners continue to search for more efficient ways to install and monitor HVAC systems in commercial buildings.
Contractors and architects are spending more of their time not just designing new buildings for construction, but also trying to factor in the long list of criteria that may have a negative impact on buildings once construction is complete.
With businesses across the U.S. struggling to keep a lid on rising energy costs, the winter cold that had blanketed many regions has exacerbated the issue even more.
One of the more important trends in the HVAC/R industry as of late has been the consistent advancement of diagnostics in detecting HVAC problems before they turn into larger issues.
U.S. health care expenditures surpassed $3 trillion in 2014, according to Forbes. The sheer number of patients and costs associated with public health are enormous, which is why cost-saving measures are needed.
The demand for energy-efficient products and services has never been higher and companies on the cutting edge of creating these solutions stand to gain in the future.
The U.S. produced another round of strong employment gains in January, adding 257,000 jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The reason companies are in the market for new HVAC coils is because they provide real-world solutions to longstanding problems.
Billed as the HVAC/R industry’s premier showcase, the AHR Expo’s popularity reached new heights in 2015.
A malfunctioning HVAC unit can be the bane to a company’s budget.