You don’t have to choose efficiency or comfort. You should have both!
In fact, properly designed, installed and maintained heating and cooling systems will reduce your costs, lower your carbon footprint, and keep you and your family comfortable and healthy all year long. It all comes down to hiring the right professionals to do the right job. That’s what you get when you hire Aloha Air because we are committed to professional contracting and high-quality, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems in homes and buildings of all kinds.
This post was written by roilifter | May 2, 2018
Luxaire is a division of the Unitary Products Group of Luxaire — A Johnson Controls Company — a large supplier of heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration products in the U.S., and a leading international supplier. While our quest for top technology is evident in the Luxaire line of energy-efficient residential and light commercial heating and cooling systems, we’re not just “Setting the Performance Standard” through better technology. We’re committed to giving you the “Performance Promise” of superior service and support. Efficient, reliable heating and cooling solutions backed by courteous service with a smile makes Luxaire the smart choice for homeowners, dealers, and distributors looking to make a sound investment.
A Lifetime of Achievement
On October 25, 1939, the C.A. Olsen Manufacturing Company, later known as Luxaire®, was incorporated in Ohio by Mr. Clarence A. Olsen and a few of his associates. Shortly after, the manufacturing of coal and gas warm-air furnaces began in Elyria, Ohio, in January 1940. In late 1942, the company became a top ten producer in its field of 300 competitors, but when World War II arrived, Luxaire immediately designed and produced special warm-air heating equipment for army barracks. It was estimated that over 60% of all army barracks were heated with Luxaire equipment.
Over a period of years, the warm-air heating demand continued and expanded. In 1953, the development of the year-round air-conditioning unit for residential application began, and in 1954 the first Luxaire air conditioners hit the market. In October 1955, Westinghouse Electric Corporation acquired the C.A. Olsen Manufacturing Company as a wholly-owned subsidiary, and on August 2, 1965, the original name of the company was changed to Luxaire, Inc. Finally, on July 1, 1981, Luxaire — A Johnson Controls Company — purchased the Westinghouse facility in Norman, Okla., and the Luxaire plant in Elyria, Ohio.
This post was written by roilifter | January 15, 2018
You are looking for the best you can buy in an air conditioner or furnace. A step up in design, technology and efficiency, saving you money as well as headaches. When purchasing a new air conditioning system, there are many factors to consider.
From Split-System Heating & Cooling Products to Package Heating & Cooling Products, Ruud has what you need.
This post was written by roilifter | January 7, 2018
Maintain Proper Air Care
Your indoor air quality can be greatly affected by ventilation, dust, fumes from household products and smoke. To ensure the air inside your home is clean and safe, follow these simple tips:
1. Check your ductwork
2. Repair leaky ducts
3. Protect your air quality
4. Watch your fireplace
This post was written by roilifter | December 16, 2010
1. What do good central air units have in common?
The best equipment are efficient, operating on minimal electricity to hold utility bills down. They provide steady, dependable performance year after year. When properly maintained a good systems is quiet, long-lasting and low in service needs.
2. How can I be sure my Unit is the right size?
Obviously, an air conditioner that’s too small won’t keep your home sufficiently cool. What many do not realize is that an over-sized system will cycle (turn on and off) more than necessary, wasting expensive energy and possibly putting undue strain on the compressor.
We will specify the cooling capacity of the system in either Btu/h (British thermal units of heat removed per hour) or refrigeration tons (one ton being equal to 12,000 Btu/h).
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This post was written by roilifter | November 29, 2010
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