We often talk about homeowners but in honor of Earth Day, let’s talk about the kids in the home! Earth Day is April 22 and [Read More]
Chicago area homeowners are always looking for ways to use energy more efficiently around the house and save on utility bills. But when it [Read More]
Did you know? In 1936, Packard became the first automobile manufacturing company to incorporate air conditioning in their line of vehicles.
Did you know? Every industry has its own golden standard, and the HVAC world is no different. The Air Standard, as we call it, means [Read More]
Did you know? The term “air conditioning” originated in 1906. Stuart Cramer, a North Carolina textile manufacturer, came up with the phrase because the newly-applied [Read More]
Did you know? The very first glimmering of the modern HVAC industry came way back in 1758. Benjamin Franklin and John Hadley discovered that evaporating [Read More]
Did you know? John Gorrie is widely considered the father of refrigeration and air conditioning. He was a doctor in Florida, and in 1842 developed [Read More]