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ACCA is proud to announce ACCA Quality Installation with the measureQuick app. Learn more and receive a complimentary QI certificate in this blog.
Testing a Furnace’s Hot Surface Ignitor
A hot surface ignitor is a key factor in furnace systems as it helps ignite the burner flame. Read this blog to learn troubleshooting and maintenance tips.
The current NEC code requires GFCIs to be installed on outdoor HVAC systems, which is causing tripping. Read this blog to see how ACCA is taking action.
Get Ready for January and Regional Efficiency Standards!
New Efficiency Standards are going into effect on January 1st, 2023. Read about all the new regulation changes in this blog.
What does the Inflation Reduction Act mean for residential contractors? Read this blog to how the Act affects residential contractors.
ACCA’s President and Senior Vice Chair went for a tour of the Johnson Controls Facilities. Learn about Johnson Controls goal of helping the HVAC industry.
ACCA and Pearl Certification’s Solar Forum, taking place November 14-15 at the Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport, is aimed at helping […]
ACCA Training helps HVAC contractors increase their revenue, reduce liability, and reduce callbacks. Read about the benefits of ACCA Training in this blog.
Should you use different outdoor design conditions if you live on a heat island? Find out how to utilize Manual J in this edition of “Hey Ed!”
Indoor Coil Pressure Drop – “Where’s the Heat?”
Determining the proper pressure drop can be tricky. Ed Janowiak goes over the proper way to approach the pressure drop in this blog.
Hey Ed, Why Do I Have to Use the Indoor Design Condition 75 Degrees Fahrenheit at 50% Relative Humidity for Summer Cooling?
Why do I use the indoor design condition of 75 degrees at 50% relative humidity? Find the answer with Manual S and Manual J in this edition of “Hey Ed!”
Ready to Prove It?
HVAC Professionals who check their work thoroughly provide an important value to customers. Read this blog to learn about ACCA’s Quality Assurance exams.
Want to find the minimum velocity in a duct system? Find out how to use Manual D to find the minimum in this edition of “Hey Ed!”
A Quick Reference to Reversing Valve Troubleshooting
The reversing valve is responsible for moving temperatures around. Read this blog to learn how to efficiently troubleshoot your reversing valve.
Doctor Cool & Professor Heat have been named a finalist for ACCA’s Residential Contractor of the Year! Read more about this company in this blog.
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