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At Carrier Rentals, we provide informative and trending information about HVAC. On these pages you can learn about boilers, chillers, and much more related to the industry. Read the latest news updates as well as informative posts regarding the HVAC world.

Direct or Indirect: Which Heating Solution is Right for You?

Purchasing a heating unit can be expensive and may not have the flexibility to completely solve your unique situation. When this is the case, it’s time to start looking at temporary heating solutions, such as direct-fired and indirect-fired heaters. Read More

7 Safety Tips for Winter Construction

In the construction industry, there are a number of safety hazards workers need to be aware of to prevent injury. In addition to the safety hazards that are present year round, the winter brings its own set of challenges. During the winter, workers need to be protected from the extreme cold and high winds, as well as snow and ice. To help you minimize construction accidents and injuries this winter, consider the following safety tips. Read More

Five Tips for Choosing a Summer Corporate Event Venue

Can you believe that it’s already summer? We just finished up the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend, which is the unofficial start of summer. This means warm temperatures are just around the corner, so it’s important to be prepared. If your organization or business is planning a summertime retreat, industry conference, or offsite corporate meeting event, one crucial aspect of the planning will involve the venue you decide to go with that meets your needs and is appropriate for the summertime weather... Read More

Things to Know About Creating a Business Contingency Plan

In your personal life, you probably have things in place to protect you in the case of an emergency. For example, let’s say you get into a car accident where you get injured. Depending on the auto insurance you have, your plan may cover the damages the vehicle sustained. In addition to that, your health insurance will hopefully cover a significant portion of your medical bills... Read More

5 Tips for Better Boiler Maintenance and Safety

Commercial boilers are used for many different hot water and steam applications in manufacturing facilities, education buildings, large apartment rental buildings, hotels, hospitals and other medical facilities, and more. In order for a boiler to run for a long time without putting handlers at risk, there needs to be a set of rules and guidelines that everyone follows and is comfortable with... Read More

How Industrial Dehumidifiers Are Used for Painting Applications

Have you tried to paint a room in your house? Waiting for paint to dry before you can move on to the next part of the project can be frustrating. Now let’s apply this to the industrial level where the project involves painting or coating a bridge or storage tank, and the stakes for climate control go up significantly. An industrial dehumidifier can mitigate many of the risks associated with these types of jobs and help your business save time and money... Read More

5 Ways to Get More Efficiency Out of Your HVAC System

Are you spending more on energy costs than ever before? There’s no question that every business strives for greater efficiency in some way. Why would any business owner want to spend more money or devote more to a process when it isn’t necessary? In regard to energy consumption, efficiency is incredibly important as the less efficient an HVAC system is, the more you’ll spend on energy... Read More

5 Tips for Hiring a Boiler Contractor

There’s no question that heating is an important thing this time of year. If your building’s boiler system goes down or you have decided that it’s time for a replacement to get a boiler system that is more energy-efficient and fits your heating requirements, you will need an HVAC contractor who can install the system correctly. Hiring someone who is not qualified or familiar with your system could lead to disastrous results... Read More 

4 Times When a Generator Will Save the Day

Let’s face facts – no matter what the type of business you own or manage, you’ll need a reliable power source. The lights, computers, and HVAC system all require power of some kind to run. When they don’t run, your business naturally comes to a complete stop. This is why generator rentals exist, and there are a number of scenarios where you might need one... Read More

Why Does the Power Go Out More Often in the Winter?

If you don’t have a business contingency plan for when the power goes out, it’s important to develop one as soon as possible. When it comes to power outages, it is not a question of if but when? And the odds are that the power is more likely to go out in winter, which is where we’ll be for the next three months... Read More

5 Signs It Is Time to Replace Your Commercial Boiler

Many manufacturing facilities, schools, businesses, and multi-tenant housing buildings rely on a commercial boiler as part of an HVAC system for comfort heating. Now that we’ve moved into January, a working commercial boiler will be crucial for a variety of environments to ensure temperatures do not get too cold indoors. Unfortunately, many facilities managers wait until there is a major problem with the boiler before they make plans to replace it... Read More

Find Heat Relief with Carrier Rentals

As of December 21, we officially hit winter. However, the temperature dropped a long time ago. By now, you’re probably noticing the certain parts of your warehouse or office that aren’t heating as quickly as other areas. After crunching the numbers, you realize that a full replacement of the heating unit is A) not budget friendly and B) may not completely solve the problem... Read More

Preparing for Winter Begins in the Fall: Maintenance Checklist

Summer is officially over. Although your kids will complain about going back to school and you might long for the weekends on the beach, there are a number of great things that come with fall too. Read More

Comfort Cooling for a Special Event in the Fall

Although Labor Day is usually the unofficial end of summer, this doesn’t mean that summer weather has to say goodbye. In fact, it might be some time before some areas of the country cool off and begin to experience cooler seasonal temperatures. Read More

Best Practices for Business Owners in the Event of a Storm

Before this weekend, there was some speculation from weather forecasters that the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast could experience an extreme weather event in Hermine similar to that of Hurricane Sandy. Although it looks like those along the Delaware and New Jersey beaches... Read More