New HVAC helps you and Mother Earth

Here’s an example of technology that is helping the world: Today’s best air conditioners use 30 percent to 50 percent less energy to produce the same cooling as ACs made in the mid-1970s. more

How to rate heat pumps

Ratings systems can help you select the best heat pump for your budget and your family.

You only need to learn a couple acronyms or abbreviations, part of the lingo of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.) more

Ductwork mistakes to avoid

Are you building a new home or installing new ducts into your building? If so, be aware of some ductwork gaffes that can hurt your heating, ventilation and air conditioning and raise your energy bill. more

Help your AC through NYC summers

All the summer heat takes a toll on air conditioners just as it does on people, animals and gardens.

The higher the temperature, the harder your AC system must labor to help you beat the heat. more

Get your share of HVAC financial aid

You may qualify for thousands of dollars in financial incentives to improve the efficiency of your heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system. The aid comes from a variety of sources. more

No ducts? No problem! Tax credit, too

Here’s a solution if your home or business includes areas that lack ducts for heating and cooling.

Ductless mini-split heat pumps are great at cooling and heating areas that currently are too hot or too cold for year-round living. They’re also excellent in detached garages, new room additions and other spaces. more