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2016 AHR Expo Orlando

H16-TEMP-HOME-A-01-1.jpgThe world’s largest HVACR Marketplace – AHR Expo is at the end of this month!

Register now for free for limited time!

Don’t forget to go register at https://registration3.experientevent.com/ShowAHR161/

What is the AHR Expo?

The AHR Expo is a tradeshow with manufacturers showing the latest equipment and services spanning the HVACR Industry. The AHR Expo also has its own education component with sessions and workshops provided by leading Industry associations, government and not-for-profit organizations.

This year there will be over 2,000 exhibitors displaying the most advanced products & technology, to more than 60,000 HVACR professionals.

Curious if you should register to attend?

This show is for these HVACR Professionals

Type of Business

Contractors/Dealers, Engineering, Design & Construction, Distribution, Manufacturers of HVAC&R , Allied Equipment & Components, Facility/Building/Plant Mgt. & Operations, Public Utilities, Publishing/Education, and Other Allied to the Field

Job Function

Senior Management, Engineer/Architect, Operations/Maintenance, Technician, Purchasing, Research/Product Design & Development, Marketing/Sales, Consultant, Other Allied to the Field, and Publishing/Education

Looking for these products & services

AC, Heating & Refrigeration Systems, Equipment & Components, Building Automation, Controls & Facility Management Products, Specialized Climate Control Systems, Radiant Heating & Hydronic Systems, Plumbing Products, Ventilation, Air Movement & IAQ Products, Labor-saving Tools, Software, Business Support Services

2016 AHR Expo When & Where

Orange County Convention Center 

North/South Building

9899 International Drive

Orlando, Florida 32819

(Show entrance is on the south side)

Show Dates & Hours

Monday, January 25 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tuesday, January 26 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Wednesday, January 27 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Show Management Home Office

International Exposition Company

15 Franklin Street

Westport, CT 06880

Tel: 203-221-9232

Email: info@ahrexpo.com

All Information found at http://www.ahrexpo.com/

Trane Supply’s “Heat up for the Holidays” Promo

Black Friday has come & gone for most of us but not for Trane Supply! Trane Supply has launched a Holiday Promo “Heat up for the Holidays”.

Contact your local Trane Supply to see if they are offering this promo! Your order does have to be placed by December 15, 2015. Go take advantage of this offer from the leading North American supplier of OEM parts and wholesale supplies for residential & commercial HVAC Systems.

Don’t forget to ask them about CRT’s products.

trane_logo_474.JPGGo check out the two links below to find out what the amazing discounts & rewards are.

Contracting Business: ‘Black Friday’ for HVAC Contractors: Trane Supply Launches Holiday Promo

The News: Trane Supply Launches ‘Heat up for the Holidays’ Promotion


About us

“The CRT Tipster” is an HVAC tips and news blog owned by Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. We are a chemical manufacturing company in Shelby, NC, that creates products for HVAC maintenance and more! Find us at cleanac.com, or call us toll free at 800-766-9057.

Choosing the Best HVAC Company

When your HVAC system goes out, what’s the first thing you do? If you can’t fix it yourself, you find a repairman! But how do you know who to trust? AdvantaClean recently wrote a blog post packed with great info on finding the right company to fix your problem. Their source? Angie’s List.

Check out the post here: “Tips for Hiring the Right HVAC Repair Company.”

What’s on the list? For one, check the company’s licenses. We recommend a NADCA-certified company. We’re members of NADCA ourselves!

Another thing to do? Homework. Look up their reviews online – not just the best ones on their website. Ask if they have references you can call. For more tips, read AdvantaClean’s full article!

Homeowners and business owners: have you ever hired an HVAC company without doing your research? Or did you find a great company by doing your due diligence? What was the result? Tell  us your thoughts in the comments!


About us

“The CRT Tipster” is an HVAC tips and news blog owned by Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. We are a chemical manufacturing company in Shelby, NC, that creates products for HVAC maintenance and more! Find us at cleanac.com, or call us toll free at 800-766-9057.

Building “Cool” Relationships!

Shandi at GSM Services

Meeting new people in the heating and air industry is always a joy for us. Recently, Shandi Maddox, our client representative, was out visiting a few companies in the area and saw GSM Services in Gastonia. She remembered seeing their service vans around town and decided to stop by!

Mark Benton, residential service team leader, recognized Shandi from talking to her before. Shandi got some great feedback from them on our products and company.

GSM Services has been around for a long time – since 1927! In fact, that’s their Twitter handle: @GSMsince1927. If you’re in the Gaston County area, check out their website and Facebook page.

We love getting connected with companies like this, because we want to help them help their customers with our products. Our products are easy-to-use, inexpensive and can save HVAC customers (both residential and commercial) a lot of money.

Let us know if you’re a contractor in the Charlotte, NC, area and would like a visit from Shandi! Or if you’d like to hear more about our products or what we do, check out our website at cleanac.com. Wherever you are, we ship products all over the country.

About us

“The CRT Tipster” is an HVAC tips and news blog owned by Controlled Release Technologies, located in Shelby, N.C. We manufacture products for HVAC maintenance, vertical/horizontal coatings and more! Find us at cleanac.com or call us toll free at 800-766-9057.

Don’t Send the Janitor: Why A/C Coils Need a Professional

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A contractor cleans coils with our Powder Keg Coil Cleaner.

Want to know more about coil cleaning? Why do A/C coils need to be cleaned? Is washing them off enough?

Arista Air explains why it’s important, how it benefits you, and why you shouldn’t just send in the janitor to clean your coils.

Check it out in their blog post on “AC Coil Cleaning: How to Tell When You Need It.”

All this month, we’re talking about air conditioning coils, tips and info on how your air handler can benefit from cleaner coils. Stay tuned for more, and don’t forget – we want to hear YOUR coil cleaning questions.

If you’re a contractor, tell us how you clean coils and what problems you’ve seen with A/C coils while on the job. What tips do you have, and do you use a coil cleaner or do you pressure wash?

Share in the comments below or send us an email! social@cleanac.com