Munch's Supply Celebrates
Americaneagle.com and Munch's Supply Launch New Website
in Celebration of Munch's Supply 60th Anniversary.
Americaneagle.com and Munch's Supply are pleased to announce
the launch of their newly upgraded website in celebration of
their 60th Anniversary as an HVAC distributor serving
dealers and contractors in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.
The new website,
http://www.munchsupply.com, features the complete line
of Trane and American Standard residential equipment
including a short description of the item and all pertinent
technical specifications for easy comparisons.
Mechanical/Plumbing Contractors’ Association launches
The Northern Mechanical/Plumbing Contractors’
Association (NMPCA) of Duluth announced the launch of
their new brand, including a new logo, website and
Great Lakes Teams up with Bradford White.
Award-winning Michigan and northern Ohio heating and
cooling distributor, Carrier Great Lakes is pleased to
announce that it will be stocking and selling Bradford
White Water Heaters at all seven of their Michigan and
Puckett, Midwest Technical Institute, Earns CMHE.
Congratulations to Michael Puckett of Midwest Technical
Institute, Brownsburg, IN, for having the title of
Certified Master HVACR Educator, "CMHE" bestowed upon
him by HVAC Excellence. <<read complete story>>
MovinCool 2016 Spot Air Conditioner Product Catalog.
The 20-page publication, which is available in English,
Spanish and French versions, covers MovinCool’s complete
lineup of portable spot air conditioners, heat pumps and
accessories. Customer testimonials are also featured.
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technology in new Champion® LX Series 16 SEER heat pump
contributes to lower operating costs.
this April, the new Champion® LX Series 16 SEER/9.0 HSPF
heat pump from Johnson Controls features advanced modulating
technology proven in Champion’s five-year accelerated test
facility and more than 215,000 hours of research.
The unit’s ability to adjust
its operating capacity provides quiet, efficient operation
as it adjusts heating and cooling levels up or down to
provide only what is actually needed to condition the space.
This provides more even temperatures and lower operating