There’s a lot going on in the HVAC industry and on this site this month, so let’s jump in.
June 2017 Top HVAC Stories
A mix of technology, politics and reviews are on the list.
1. Is your Upscale Home Ready for VRF?
Variable refrigerant flow, or VRF, technology is gaining popularity in the US commercial market because of the potential energy savings and climate control it offers. Now, some HVAC contractors are offering it to their customers and builders are installing it in upmarket homes. It provides on-demand heating and cooling for multiple zone. You can learn more here about VRF for your home or commercial space.
2. What Does the HVAC Industry Think About Paris Accord?
As you likely know, President Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord as quickly as President Obama had jumped in, both actions without congressional approval. What do industry groups think of it? This site has brought together statements from leading industry groups about the Accord and HVAC sustainability in general.
3. EPA Boss Pruitt Program to Critique Climate Science
While we’re on politics, here’s another story of interest. US EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced on June 30, 2017 to evaluate whether climate change caused by human activity is real. Here are the details.
4. A Long List of New Resources from WebHVAC
Our HVAC professionals have been compiling buying guides, lists of efficient HVAC systems and the highest quality brands, and the posts are rolling out now. Search “2017” for all the posts or start with our “Latest Webhvac Articles & Reviews” section to the right. Among the new content, these posts are proving popular:
5. Updated: Busy Hurricane Season Expected
Initial forecasts were that the 2017 hurricane season would be light. Well, meteorologists have updated their predictions and now expect more activity than normal.
That’s it for this month. We hope you’ll check out our new content and share what you find helpful with friends and followers. As always, if you buy new HVAC equipment, have it installed by a qualified contractor for best results.