Growing HVAC Contractor looking for an HVAC Service Technician with Residential and Light Commercial experience. Applicants to have minimum 5 years experience with:
AC trouble shooting AC Start ups/ weighing in Charge AC Service Heat Service Boilers Oil Service Control Wiring and test points Integrated control wiring Multi-Zone ductless heat pump Heat Pumps Weighing in Charge Furnaces RTU Servicing
Sheet metal license EPA Universal Clean driving record Pass a background check
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As technology expands voice controls are going to becoming more and more common. Systems are now capable of working with Amazon Alexa and Google Assist For a connected thermostat: “Alexa, set Kitchen temperature to 72 degrees” “Alexa, increase Kitchen temperature by 4 degrees” “Alexa, decrease Kitchen temperature by 4 degrees” “Alexa, increase Kitchen temperature" “Alexa, decrease Kitchen temperature” "Alexa, set Kitchen to cool" "Alexa, set Kitchen to heat" "Alexa, set Kitchen to auto" "Alexa, set Kitchen to off" ... See MoreSee Less
The wet heat division closes out this Valentines Day install in Charlestown. With this new High efficiency US Boiler Burnham Alpine install. This system serves the basement radiant floor, domestic hot water and two high velocity hydro air handlers. ... See MoreSee Less
Mid week Diamond Dealer training on Mitsubishi Ductless systems. Mitsubishi Electric brings unmatched energy efficiency, performance and control to home cooling and heating. It’s never been easier to keep everyone in your house comfortable, without spending a fortune on your energy bills.
MassCEC’s whole-home air-source heat pump pilot has been running for five months now! The program will be open to applications until June 30, 2020 as long as there is available budget.
Who is Eligible for Whole-Home Pilot?
The pilot is available to new construction homes and existing homes that are served by natural gas. Projects must be sized to be capable of providing the sole source of heating in the home. Existing building projects may only include backup or supplemental heat from non-fossil fuel sources; New construction and gut renovation projects may not have any fossil fuel equipment installed in the home. Natural gas systems may remain in place in existing building projects, only to be used in case of emergency. The project site must be in a residential facility with one to four units. MassCEC offers additional incentives for applicants with income verification.
The Team at Casey Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. has been awarded the title of Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor by Mitsubishi Area Manager and S.G. Torrice Territory Manager
An extended warranty plan is one of the many perks of hiring a Diamond Contractor®. In the case of an M-Series ductless, the five-year limited warranty parts and seven-year compressor is upgraded to a twelve-year warranty when you choose a Diamond Contractor.
Contact Casey Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for your free consultation
Yes, we are a MASS SAVE installing contractor. Are you interested in the 84 Month 0% Heat Loan Program?
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Congratulations, guys. Looking forward to many years working together!
You can reduce your winter energy costs by upgrading to high-efficiency heating equipment. In addition to savings on your monthly bill, eligible customers can save on equipment costs with rebates of up to $2,750.
End of the week and end of the job for us. Removed an oversized conventional ducted AC system in a Cape Style home and replaced with a smaller #unico High Velocity system. Giving these customers both their attic and front eaves back for storage.
More and more homes and businesses in Massachusetts are installing air source heat pumps as the primary source of heating through a new state-wide program that helps fund heat pump installations: Alternative Energy Credits.
So far this year, HCG has helped system owners from 44 different air source heat pump installation companies receive and sell their Alternative Energy Credits. System owners receive approx. $1,100 - $5,000 or more through just this one incentive!
The cost of heating a home with air source heat pumps is cheaper than oil, propane, and electric resistance in Massachusetts, according to this Mass.gov webpage.
Additionally, air source heat pumps produce significantly less greenhouse gas emissions than natural gas, oil, electric resistance and propane heating in Massachusetts according to a study conducted by the Rocky Mountain Institute.
With all of the environmental and financial benefits of air source heat pumps, there has never been a better time to capitalize on incentives that are available for these systemsOur multi award-winning MLZ series was designed practical and energy efficient. The auto vane control feature allows intermittent up an down swinging that keeps even rooms with high ceilings comfortable all year long. bddy.me/2Zu5vLg... See MoreSee Less
The Unico Small-Duct HVAC System is small yet powerful! Take a look at the components to get a better feel for what true comfort is made of. Warranty Available. Free Design. Easy Install. Financing Options. Services: Energy Efficient, Uniform Room Temperatures, Quiet.
Learn Why Mitsubishi Electric Is The Smart Choice For Year-Round Comfort! Great for New Homes or Replacing Your HVAC System With a Quieter, More Efficient Solution. Risk Free Consultations. New Easy Remote Sensing. Voted #1 Greenest HVAC. Controls Now Expanded. USA's #1 Selling Ductless. Big Home, Small Bills. ... See MoreSee Less
It’s officially 2019, and you have big plans for the year! Okay, so maybe you’re not exercising as much as you promised, you’ve abandoned your diet, or you’ve been sucked back into too much facetime with your phone or TV. New Year’s resolutions are notoriously difficult things to keep up.
But, if this is the year you’ve committed to that home improvement project, there’s one resolution Unico can help you keep!
When it comes to home updates and remodels, HVAC options can play an often-overlooked role.
Well, it all comes down to the ducts. All central air systems use a maze of main ducts and supply ducts to deliver conditioned air to various rooms throughout the house. Conventional systems can require bulky buildouts that result in awkward aesthetics. By contrast, small-duct, high-velocity methods are constructed of flexible tubes that can snake in and out of a home’s existing cavities, without having to gut your home.
When planning your central air project, consider your HVAC options and the impact on:
Interior Design – You want to feel better comfort – not necessarily see it. Will heavy, rectangular ducts and outlets change the dynamics of the room? If so, consider replacing them with round or slotted (1/2-inch x 8-inch) outlets used with small-duct systems. Often these outlets can be customized to match finishes and colors that blend into décor. Overall Comfort– Central air systems should deliver quiet, placid air evenly across the room. Conventional systems force air into a room, giving rise to drafts, uneven temperatures, and noise. When considering your HVAC options, check to make sure the ducts or tubing and air handlers are insulated to isolate noise and vibration. And to avoid drafts and cool spots, choose a system that can condition air to gently mix in the room with less than a 2°F variance between ceiling and floor. Your Energy Bills – Overcooling and conventional ductwork are often the largest energy waster in a home. Traditional ducts are prone to leaking, and since these ducts are typically located in unconditioned areas, such as attics or basements, leaked, conditioned air is wasted in places of no benefit to the homeowner. There is also a tendency to combat humidity by overcooling the home. To save energy, ensure your system is sized right for your home and can still remove moisture. The Unico System’s insulated, leak-free ducts have been shown to result in additional energy savings of up to 20% more than conventional systems, while also removing 30% more moisture than conventional forced air systems. This means when summer humidity strikes, you can set your thermostat higher and still stay cool. This year, treat yourself to the unparalleled beauty, comfort and energy efficiency of a home update, without sacrificing the surprise of an unintended HVAC consequence. At one-third the size of conventional ducts, The Unico System fits where others can’t.Simply put, Unico fits where conventional #HVAC systems can't. Whether a new #CustomHome desgned with open floor plans and vaulted ceilings, or a #TraditionalHome built before the inclusion of modern ductwork, Unico is the solution and provides superior comfort to boot. bit.ly/2oNxCod... See MoreSee Less
please keep up on your maintenance on your home heating system. this is not the time of year we want the heat to fail. please call us anytime to ensure your heating system is working at it's maximum efficiency. ... See MoreSee Less