Category: Technical Tips

Creating Comfort – Part 1

We are the HVAC industry.  We are the creators of indoor comfort.  We know that human comfort is determined by […]

ACCA Weighs In on Proposed I-Code Changes: Get Involved at our April 6 Codes Coffee

This April the International Code Council’s (ICC) Committee Action Hearings (CAHs) will be held “virtually” for the first time.  This […]

ACCA Announces Two Quality Standards Renewed for ANSI Status

The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) announces the reaffirmation of the ACCA 6 QR and ACCA 14 QMref for […]

Carbon Monoxide (CO) – Part 2

How much air is required for complete combustion?  Every cubic foot of natural gas requires 10 cubic feet of air […]

400 CFM Per Ton, Or Is It?

“That system needs 400 CFM per ton!“ Does this rule of thumb sound familiar? Although many contractors may have known about […]

The 411 on A2L Refrigerant Training

A brand new course just hit the ACCA education catalog, A2L Mildly Flammable Refrigerant training. A2L mildly-flammable refrigerants will be […]

How are QA Contractors Prioritized for Sales Leads?

If you have not had a chance to visit the Quality Assured (QA) Contractor Directory located on the ACCA website […]

For Your Safety: Red Flag

It is that time of year again. The time when HVAC professionals identify serious safety faults during maintenance inspections and […]

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Part 1

This is old stuff It’s winter again, and again I feel a need to address the dangers of carbon monoxide.  […]

Eco-friendly Coil Washing

As contractors, we get into a pattern of how we perform our service calls and installations. Rarely do we stop […]

Making Manual S “Super”

ACCA’s Manual S: Residential Equipment Selection is under revision as part of the routine requirements set by the American National Standards […]

Carrier’s Healthy Homes Initiative: Improving Indoor Air Quality and Safety in Homes

These days, many people are spending more time at home than ever before. It is imperative that we all work […]

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