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Contractor Comfort Index 78 in January; Up 2 from 2016.

The January Contractor Comfort Index (CCI) shows that contractors started 2017 feeling positive about short-term growth. ACCA began measuring contractor attitudes toward short-term economic growth with the CCI in February 2010.

For January 2017, the CCI is 78. The CCI also shows that contractors are feeling slighting better than they were 12 months earlier when the CCI was 76.


Nortek Global HVAC Launches New Micro-Channel Website.
New site provides awareness, support and training resources.
Nortek Global HVAC has revamped and improved its Micro-Channel coils website to include even more training and technical content. It is part of the company’s ongoing mission to provide the latest online educational resources for today’s busy HVAC contractor. 
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    Carrier Enterprise Provides Advanced HVAC Solutions to Fast Growing New England Brewery.
CE uses Carrier chillers and controls to provide cutting-edge solutions designed to maximize brewing operations, promote energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
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Ferguson acquires P.V. Sullivan Supply Co., Inc.
P.V. Sullivan Supply is a premier supplier to the commercial market in the Northeast region. Founded in 1968 as a plumbing and heating supplier serving Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, P.V. Sullivan Supply serves New England’s largest contractors and plumbing professionals.
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The Joseph Groh Foundation Assists New York Carpenter.
Kenneth Gagot worked as a carpenter for a construction firm, and his wife was a teacher in a nearby town. Their son was attending an Ivy League college in pursuit of a medical degree. Like many in his trade, Gagot worked jobs on the side for extra money.
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Armstrong’s Variable Speed Retrofit Solution.

Building Owners Can Save Up To 70% on Energy Costs

The Design Envelope Vertical-In-Line Retrofit allows building owners to replace the moving parts of an installed Armstrong constant speed pump while retaining the existing pump casing, insulation and piping. This innovative solution reduces the costs for equipment, shipping and scrap as well as installation labor. 

The Design Envelope Vertical-In-Line Retrofit provides owners of existing constant speed pumps with an opportunity to save up to 70% on energy costs by upgrading to variable speed. Design Envelope technology accommodates future changes in flow requirements and its variable speed operation means longer equipment life (20%-30%), and greater reliability.


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Air Quality Deteriorating in Cities Across the Globe.

Nice Guys & Gals Finish First!

Rejection is part of HVAC sales.

Is your ventilation system eating your profits?

The Perks of Hiring Independent Sales Representatives

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