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- Lennox or Watsco: Which HVACR Stock is Worth a Bet Now?
Strong housing market and upbeat demand are likely to aid the Air Conditioner & Heating industry in 2020. Let's see whether Lennox International (LII) or Watsco (WSO) is a better stock from the same space.
Zacks. Monday, 23 Dec 2019.
- Ingersoll-Rand Stock Up 46.4% YTD: What's Driving the Rally?
Ingersoll-Rand (IR) is likely to continue benefiting from acquisitions and strength in its non-residential HVAC
market. However, costs are witnessing a rise.
Zacks. Friday, 20 Dec 2019.
- Are students getting enough air?
Roughly 85 percent of recently installed HVAC
systems in K-12 classrooms investigated in California did not provide adequate ventilation, according to a new study.
Science Daily. Tuesday, 5 Nov 2019.
- Companies Continue To Drive Demand For Clean Energy
The corporate market for renewable energy is set to break new records, thanks to falling prices, new financial instruments and the spread of the energy transition to transportation and HVAC
Forbes. Monday, 9 Sep 2019.
- Leads Freezing Up? Why HVAC Companies Need SEO
Gone are the days of relying solely on postcards and classifieds to market an HVAC
Forbes. Tuesday, 9 Jul 2019.
- This New Material Acts Like a Giant Mute Button
The metamaterial silences noise while allowing for airflow, making it a potential soundproofing material for airplanes, HVAC
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 2 Apr 2019.
- Pollution-Absorbing 'Artitecture' Revealed During Milan Design Week
The nearly 20-foot-tall "artitecture" sculpture looks like a drunkenly installed HVAC
ductwork system and consists of large pleated coils of a special pollution-absorbing material.
Newsmax. Friday, 8 Jun 2018.
- Woman Fights Home Warranty Company Over HVAC Unit
Many home warranty companies require you to use their service providers, and have them make the call on whether a service should be repaired or replaced. Photo Credit: NBC 5 News.
NBC. Monday, 4 Jun 2018.
- Swim at your own risk: How botched IoT can sink your precious first-world life
Boo-hoo. A bungled Internet of Things (IoT) update means you can't switch your swimming pool to spa mode. Laugh all you want: When the HVAC
or your home security system fails, the implications are serious.
ZDNet. Thursday, 12 Apr 2018.
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