Missouri Heater Manufacturer, Cambridge Engineering, Recognized as Great Place to Work

Missouri Heater Manufacturer, Cambridge Engineering, Great Place to Work

St. Louis, Mo (PRWEB) December 19, 2012  -- The Fabricators & Manufacturer’s Association (FMA) selected Cambridge Engineering as one of three tour sites on their October 23rd LeanFab Workshop & Tours. Cambridge was later featured in FMA’s publication, The Fabricator Magazine and recognized as a manufacturing company that treats all their employees as people first and workers second.

Cambridge Engineering, Inc. is leading manufacturer of energy efficient industrial space heating and ventilation equipment. The company is located in Chesterfield, MO just west of St. Louis.

“As a family owned and operated business, we know our employees will always be the company's greatest asset,” said John Kramer, Jr., President. “We hire individuals that want a career at a manufacturing company where the goal is to constantly exceed expectations. That's why we have the best people, doing their best work to design and build the best heating equipment for our customers. This simple approach has worked at Cambridge for almost 50 years and is the key to our success.”

HeatTechProducts.com Launches Sale of Programmable Thermostats that Would Allow its Customers to Conserve Energy

HeatTechProducts.com Launches Sale of Programmable Thermostats

New York, New york (PRWEB) December 13, 2012  -- HeatTechProducts.com an online retailer of of electric in floor heating products is announcing to its existing and prospective customers that it now carries a line of 7-day programmable thermostats, which are not only convenient to use, but also conserve energy.

HeatTechProducts.com, a US based company, has issued a statement in which it calls upon its customers to take a more environmentally friendly and economical approach to heating their house. The statement says that "As a green and environmentally friendly company, we always strive for and welcome any means and methods that would conserve energy and help protect the environment from extra emissions caused by burning coal that is needed to produce large percentage of US electricity. Additionally, supplemental benefit of saving energy is considerate savings on electric bills."

Thompson Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Featured in Plumbing & Mechanical

Thompson Featured in Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) November 29, 2012 -- National award-winning electric, plumbing, heating and cooling company Thompson Electric, Plumbing, Heating and Cooling was recently featured in the September 2012 issue of Plumbing & Mechanical, a leading industry magazine in the plumbing industry.

The Plumbing & Mechanical magazine feature includes an interview with Thompson Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling President Wesley Holm. Holm discusses Cleaner Fresher Healthier water with P&M, along with his company’s ProSystems whole-house water treatment systems, and how these services complement the company’s existing services.

Five Reasons Why Geothermal Heating Is The Future of Home Heating

Geothermal Heating Is The Future of Home Heating

Geothermal heating is an option that home owners can use to heat their home. This type of heating is quickly becoming the top choice for new home owners and without any doubt is the future of home heating. This heating option is eco-friendly and cost effective with many positive attributes. Below are five reasons why geothermal heating is the future of home heating.

Renewable Energy

The geothermal energy is renewable, which means that the energy source can be reused, time and time again. This heating unit will use the heat from underneath the earth's surface to heat your home. This unit has no significant impact on the temperature of the earth and stated plainly, geothermal energy is an inexhaustible supply of heat.

Energy Saving Limited Range Thermostat for Dormitory Rooms Now Available From Air Distributors

Limited Range Thermostat Now Available From Air Distributors

LOUISVILLE, KY, November 27, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Walk through most dorms at any given time and you'll find wide open windows and doors, and thermostats set to extremes. You can almost watch money fly out the window. When the occupants control the thermostat setting, what can you do? We offer a simple solution. A thermostat designed specifically for dormitory rooms and similar applications. The thermostat range has been factory preset to 68-78 degrees F. "This thermostat allows for energy savings by limiting the range, while maintaining a comfortable environment," states Greg McNary, General Manager of Air Distributors Company, Inc.

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: AHRI Provides Tips for Flood Damaged Heating, Cooling Equipment

AHRI Provides Tips for Flood Damage

Arlington, VA -- Homeowners who have experienced flood damage are advised to take important safety precautions with regard to their home's heating and cooling systems, according to the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), the trade association representing manufacturers of HVAC and water heating equipment.

"Standing water in a yard, house, or basement can damage a home's heating, cooling, and water heating equipment in ways that are not always readily apparent and putting families at risk," said AHRI President & CEO Stephen Yurek. "We advise homeowners to play it safe and replace, rather than repair, flood-damaged heating, cooling, and water heating equipment."

The association has compiled a list of heating and cooling equipment for homeowners to consider replacing if flood-damaged:

Bill Howe Heating & Air Conditioning Will Keep You Warm All Through the Winter

Bill Howe Heating & Air Conditioning Will Keep You Warm

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 08, 2012 -- Bill Howe knows heating & air conditioning, especially in San Diego. Although San Diego weather is temperate and beautiful for most of the year, it does get cold enough to warrant turning on heaters. Often, residents are surprised to find their heaters in less than ideal condition, perhaps because they are so used to ideal weather conditions and think of the heater so rarely. That’s why Bill Howe Heating & Air Conditioning proudly offers a wide variety of service plans and pre-season tune-up specials. Bill Howe’s expert HVAC technicians are always on hand to offer the best recommendations to keep heating units in top shape and ready for the temperature drop.

Gillece Services Installs High Efficiency Boilers that Meet New Boiler Efficiency Standards

Gillece Services Installs High Efficiency Boilers

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012 -- New federal efficiency standards for residential boilers went into effect in September, with Gillece Services providing and installing high efficiency boilers that meet those standards. High efficiency boilers are becoming a more popular option for many homeowners who want better efficiency and performance of their home heating equipment.

Gas-fired hot water boilers, which use heated water to heat a home, have a new minimum federal efficiency rating higher than before. The new standards have taken place in conjunction with the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA). Now, gas-fired hot water boilers must have a minimum of 82% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE).

Detroit Thermal Systems to Launch State-of-the-Art Manufacturing Operations in Detroit Area

Detroit Thermal Systems Automotive Climate Control Systems

ROMULUS, Mich., Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Detroit Thermal Systems, LLC (DTS) announced that the company has selected a facility in Romulus, Michigan to serve as its primary manufacturing location, pending approval of state and local incentives. Located at 6505 Cogswell Street, approximately 365,000 sq. ft. will be leased by DTS to house its recent acquisition of the Automotive Components Holdings, LLC (ACH) climate control systems business. The company will make the necessary investments to revitalize the site and refurbish assembly systems to support production of world class heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for automakers.

Jones-Rogers Northern Virginia HVAC Company Offers Free Heating System Maintenance during Local ACCA Chapter's 'Service Our Servicemen' Project

Jones-Rogers Offers Free Heating System Maintenance

Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012 -- The Northern Virginia HVAC experts at Jones-Rogers, Inc. are proud to announce their involvement in the ‘Service our Servicemen’ project coordinated by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America’s National Capital Chapter. Showing the importance performing preventative maintenance on heating equipment, Jones-Rogers has volunteered to provide free heating equipment check-ups for those who have serviced or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces.

Time to Do Maintenance Check on Heat Pumps and Furnace Systems in Virginia Beach with R.A. Styron Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc This Fall Season

Time to Do Maintenance Check on Heat Pumps and Furnace Systems

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) October 23, 2012 -- Fall season is the right time that people should consider maintenance checks on heat pumps and furnace systems in Virginia Beach. This maintenance check is offered by the well-known RA Styron Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., which is based in Virginia Beach, Virginia. TBDQSVHEXRHW

The aim of the said maintenance check is to prevent costly repair that homeowners usually encounter during winter season and possible repairs which can lead to inconvenience and worries. By having heat pump and furnace maintenance check, this will allow people to stay free from worries about repairs or any possible damages on their systems.

US Households Waste up to $300 Annually Using Inefficient Water Heater Technology

US Households Waste up to $300 Using Inefficient Water Heater Technology

Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) October 22, 2012 -- With fall and winter fast approaching homeowners should be prepared for a possible water heater failure. The average residential water heater has a lifespan of 10 years and water heaters fail most often when the weather turns cold. Cold water inlet temperatures put additional stress on older steel units causing them to fail either through failing electric resistance elements or a leaking tank caused by a build up of rust and corrosion over time.

Many households do not consider energy saving options when faced with replacing a failing electric water heater. According to the ENERGY STAR® program, upgrading to an energy efficient heat pump water heater can save households up to $300 per year on their utility bill.

Jacksonville Family Receives a Free New Air Conditioner

McGowan's Heating and Air Conditioning Contest Winners

Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) October 19, 2012 -- McGowan’s Heating and Air Conditioning and WEJZ Lite 96.1 teamed up this summer by giving away a brand new Carrier Air Conditioner and Heat Pump to one lucky Jacksonville winner! For over five weeks, Lite 96.1 promoted the opportunity for listeners who owned their own homes to register for their chance to win an energy efficient AC unit.

Bobbi Griswold of Jacksonville, Florida 32218 was the winner and stated “I can’t believe it. I was crying…I couldn’t stop crying. I didn’t even know why they were calling me at first. I filled out the contest and…left it in God’s hands. I went about my life and she called and said I won and I couldn’t believe it. It was awesome.”

Nortek Announces Proposed Offering of Additional 8.5% Senior Notes Due 2021

PROVIDENCE, R.I., Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Nortek, Inc. (Nasdaq: NTK) ("Nortek") announced today that it intends to offer $235.0 million in aggregate principal amount of its 8.5% Senior Notes due 2021 (the "New Notes"). The New Notes are being offered as additional notes under an indenture pursuant to which Nortek previously issued $500.0 million in aggregate principal amount of its 8.5% Senior Notes due 2021.

Drips, are They Really a Big Deal?

Gene Johnson Plumbing & Heating insight on drips

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) October 14, 2012 -- Well, one can judge for themselves. According to the leak calculator on usgs.gov, just one faucet, dripping 2 times per minute can waste 69 gallons of water a year. For perspective, a bathtub holds anywhere from 40 to 75 gallons. So that 1 drip every 30 seconds is at least enough to fill up a bathtub once a year.

Long Island Plumbing Company, Abstract Mechanical Updates their Website with New Specials for the Upcoming Winter Season

Long Island Plumbing Company, Abstract Mechanical

Long Island, New York (PRWEB) October 12, 2012 -- Recently Long Island Plumbing Company, Abstract Mechanical has updated their website with new specials and discounts. Abstract Mechanical is very generous with their pricing but they are always looking to give incentives. With the winter right around the corner Abstract Mechanical has a team dedicated to boiler repair and replacements. Abstract Mechanical was founded in 2006 by Long Island Native Joe Graziano. Abstract Mechanical services both residential and commercial customers in Nassau and Suffolk County Long Island. Abstract Mechanical services and installs a variety of Heating and Domestic Hot water systems. Including the following:

New Fluke Ti105 and TiR105 Thermal Imagers deliver extraordinary performance from an everyday imager

New Fluke Ti105 and TiR105 Thermal Imagers

EVERETT, Wash., Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Fluke Corporation introduces the Fluke® Ti105 and TiR105 Thermal Imagers, the latest addition to Fluke's series of lightweight, rugged, and easy to use imagers. The Ti105 and TiR105 offer the popular Fluke IR-Fusion® technology feature, not normally found in thermal imagers in this price class.

Delta Faucet Company and PHCC Announce 2012 Contractor and Apprentice of the Year Award Winners

Delta Faucet Company and PHCC Apprentice of the Year Award

INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Faucet Company congratulates the 2012 winners of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors (PHCC)—National Association/Delta Faucet Company John Eberhardt Contractor of the Year and Apprentice of the Year awards, two prestigious honors sponsored by Delta Faucet Company.

Mary Jean Anderson, owner of Anderson Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. and member of the PHCC of San Diego chapter, was named PHCC/Delta Faucet Company John Eberhardt Contractor of the Year and Orbelin Roman, a student in the four-year plumbing apprentice program run by the PHCC of Nevada chapter, was named Apprentice of the Year. Both winners were recognized at an awards ceremony hosted by PHCC during its Connect 2012 industry conference in Philadelphia on October 5.

FieldConnect to Exhibit at MSCA 2012; Present Workforce Mobility Solutions to the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA)

FieldConnect to Exhibit at MSCA 2012

Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2012 -- FieldConnect, Inc., a longtime innovator in mobile technology solutions, will exhibit at next week’s MSCA 2012, the annual educational conference for the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA).

MSCA is the annual conference for the leading national trade association for Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR) contractors, providing education, marketing, and labor & management services, to ensure its members deliver quality performance, value, and expertise for all building system needs. The conference begins Sunday, October 14, in Carlsbad, CA.

Penguin Air Announces A $29 Fall Furnace Tune-Up Special

Penguin Air Furnace Tune-Up

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 09, 2012 -- Penguin Air, a leading Phoenix air conditioning service company, has announced a fall furnace tune-up special for only $29. With cold weather approaching the Phoenix area, a heating system tune-up is necessary to keep your heating system running efficiently and avoid costly repairs.


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