Is It Worth It to Switch to a Variable-Speed Mini-Split Air Conditioner?

Posted on: 8 February 2022

If you are in the market for a new air conditioner, you may have come across the term "variable speed" in reference to the unit's compressor speed. Traditional air conditioners have single-speed compressors that run at high speed throughout each cooling cycle. Conversely, variable-speed compressors run at virtually any speed, for example, 30%, 50%, 70%, or 100%. This technology isn't just about how fast the compressor runs. It comes with numerous benefits that can improve the overall performance of the unit. [Read More]

Checkpoints for Buying Industrial Used Boiler Systems for Your Warehouse

Posted on: 26 October 2021

If you have recently taken over as a manager or owner of an industrial complex, boiler systems are likely on your list for equipment needs. You may have a few boilers already in place, but more may be required for your particular industry. If this is the case, one of your options is to buy a used industrial boiler system. If you are strongly considering this as an option, here are a few checkpoints you should evaluate of your system options. [Read More]

Which Type of Air Conditioning Is Best for Your Home?

Posted on: 9 September 2021

If you're considering air conditioning installation, you first need to decide what kind of air conditioning you want to install. There is no single correct answer to the question of which kind of air conditioning is best. Rather, the right solution depends on your home and lifestyle. Here are a few types of air conditioning to consider. Ducted Air Conditioning Ducted air conditioning systems use a single main unit to cool the air, which ducts then distribute to all the rooms of your home. [Read More]

Aircon System Options for Your Home

Posted on: 7 July 2021

Before you can schedule a new aircon installation, you must first determine what type will work best for your home. There are a few options available.  Central Duct System A central duct system depends primarily on an outdoor condenser unit and an indoor air handler. These are hooked up to ductwork, which is then vented into every room of your home. The result is a consistent temperature throughout the home.  [Read More]