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Scott Laatsch

Scott Laatsch

I have been working on HVAC systems since high school my family has been in the business for several generations and I continued the tradition. I work a lot of hours on HVAC and for the most part if your system can be fixed I can fix it. However it may not be the best choice to fix it and I will tell you that as well. I pride myself on being open and honest with my customers. I will give you options and I will tell you which option I think is best for your situation. What makes me different is this isn’t a job for me this is my career and I take it extremely seriously. I write articles on the AC and HVAC systems as well as working on them. If you are interested please visit the articles below.

I have written 51 blog posts. If you are interested peruse my work below.

  • Sorbent Technology Aids Air Conditioning Issues

    Today’s environmental enthusiasts insist greatly on sustainability and using environmentally friendly solutions. This move has seen many change their fuel use and start practicing recycling and safe disposal. Scientists have also joined the movement by developing greener air conditioning. A lab in Washington, DC, has improved AC units by creating a new model that consumes less energy. They achieved this by removing this by using sorbent technology, which eliminates the use of the compressor.

    Posted on October 09 2022

  • Does Turning off the AC during the Day save Energy?

    Do you save energy by turning off your air conditioner during the day, or should you just let it run at the same temperature setting throughout the day? We’ve all wondered this question at some point, usually after returning home from a long, hot summer day to a stuffy house.

    Posted on September 09 2022

  • Tips for Maintaining Your Air Conditioner

    In the summer heat, nothing is more important than your air conditioning system. You don’t want to worry whether your AC will keep the house cool all night long when you step into a sweltering house at the end of a long day at work or school. It’s challenging to keep your AC in tiptop shape all year round. After all, it’s constantly working hard to keep your home cool and comfortable in hot weather. There are simple things you can do now and throughout the rest of the summer to maintain your central air conditioner so that it doesn’t break down on hot days.

    Posted on August 07 2022

  • Cooling Paper may Lower AC Usage

    The paper is coated with a thin material reflecting heat away from the paper’s surface. This means that when the sun shines on the paper, it will reflect most of the sunlight and heat away instead of absorbing it. The researchers have also added a layer of nanoparticles to the paper that helps it to cool even further by absorbing heat from the air around it.

    Posted on June 20 2022

  • The Novel Air Conditioning Technology

    Stakeholders have utilized heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to provide thermal comfort. A team led by Prof. Stefan Seelecke developed the novel air conditioning technology. The technology cools the air through the use of muscles. The muscles consists of nickel-titanium. Susanne Kirsch and Felix Welsch helped in the development of this system while doing a doctoral research project. Prof. Stefan Seelecke and his team from Saarland University have been advancing this cooling system. The cooling system saves energy and conserves the environment.

    Posted on May 12 2022

  • Indoor Cooling Re-imagined with Ceiling Fans

    Fans may seem like old-fashioned home technology, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook them. Smart fans do more than keep you cool in the summer. A properly installed smart fan can help an HVAC system run more efficiently, thus saving money and energy. There are several ways you can reinvent your indoor cooling with smart fans.

    Posted on April 15 2022

  • Is it time your Company look at a new HVAC System?

    The U.S Department of Energy’s contemporary minimum efficiency standards for heat pumps and air conditions may be effective in January 2023. Several changes are expected to be witnessed in the HVAC practices and standards. These new mandated practices and challenges may significantly influence the cost of products and expected services at the time. The following are changes and strategies that building owners should take to dodge potential threats:

    Posted on March 20 2022

  • Home Purifers can help with COVID

    The Covid Pandemic has certainly raised various health concerns that the average person should consider. No place is no longer safe from exposure to the disease, and people need to take a proactive approach to stop the issue.

    Posted on February 12 2022

  • Benefits of Liquid Desiccant Energy Efficient Air Conditioning

    Liquid Desiccant Energy-efficient air conditioning is an innovative technology meant to save cost and energy by effectively controlling the humidity in the atmosphere. The liquid desiccant absorbs the moisture before cooling its dew point air since it comprises a concentrated salt solution. It works more effectively on hot-humid applications where Case doors do not allow condensation. Most industries will embrace the use of liquid desiccants due to the following reasons.

    Posted on January 12 2022

  • EPA Drastically cutting Potent Gases

    The EPA has decided to drastically cut potent greenhouse gases. The EPA says these chemicals, like hydro fluorocarbons (HFCs) and per fluorocarbons (PFCs), cause global warming by trapping heat in the Earth’s atmosphere. HFCs are used in air conditioners and refrigerators, while PFCs are used in the foam of every airplane and car. There is a four year grace period for companies that use these chemicals to adapt. Many people believe this action is too late, as measures to combat global warming should have been put in place a long time ago. It aims to reduce HFC production and usage in the United States by 85 percent over the next 15 years as part of a global phase out to combat global warming. By 2050, it is predicted to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of 4.5 billion metric tons of CO2, which is equivalent to three years’ worth of emissions from the US power sector. Over the next 30 years, switching to safer alternatives and more energy-efficient cooling systems is estimated to save more than $270 billion in costs and improve public health.

    Posted on December 18 2021

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