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Home Automation: The New Frontier for Service Providers

CED – New services go beyond traditional home security while adding incremental revenue for service providers.

Home automation services have a long way to go before they reach the level of comfort portrayed in “The Jetsons,” but service providers are ramping up their efforts to provide their subscribers with home automation creature comforts that go beyond simple security cams.  Click to read the rest of the article.

Energy Star Certified Buildings' Top Cities Ranked By EPA

Huffington Post – This week, the EPA released its annual list of the 25 American cities with the highest number of Energy Star certified buildings.

According to the EPA, 16,000 Energy Star certified buildings in the U.S.  Click to read the rest of the article.

Operational Efficiency: A Hidden Energy Efficiency
Opportunity for Commercial

Green Tech Media - Ken Kolkebeck – The commercial building sector is the largest electric energy consumption segment in the U.S.  It currently represents almost 20 percent of all energy use and is growing faster than any other market segment.  Given the sheer magnitude of energy use in commercial buildings, any measures designed to save energy in the segment represent a significant opportunity for impact. Click here to read the rest of the article.



Most people don’t know this but Nu-Calgon's EasySeal was developed from technology used to protect air conditioning systems on nuclear submarines and satellites. It was developed to seal leaks on the spot to avoid repairs while on missions. EasySeal constantly circulates with the system’s refrigerant, and if a leak should develop, it will quickly seal the leak and prevent the system from losing refrigerant and shutting down. EasySeal is a fantastic product to use for sealing refrigerant leaks in residential and light commercial ACR systems. It is perfect for those hard to find and expensive to fix leaks and works with most refrigerants including R-22 and R-410A. For any questions regarding EasySeal or Nu-Calgon products please give us a call we would be glad to answer any questions.

Dominic Porte - Product Specialist

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12 Tips for Staying Cool This Summer

• Be aware of the heat. Pay attention to it and modify your activities appropriately.
• Pay attention to your hydration status, and be sure to drink plenty of fluids.
• Try to stay in relatively cool areas, even when outside. Many public places such as libraries,
   shopping malls and movie theaters are air conditioned.
• Avoid hot enclosed places, such as cars. Never leave children unattended in a car parked in the sun.
• Use a fan, if available.
• Stay on the lowest floor of your building.
• Eat well-balanced, light and regular meals.
• Wear loose-fitting, lightweight and light-colored clothing.
• Cover windows that receive a significant amount of sun with drapes or shades to help keep
   your house cool.
• Weather stripping and proper insulation will keep cool air inside your home.
• Cool beverages are good for cooling down the body, while alcoholic drinks can impair
   the body's ability to regulate its temperature.

8 Signs of Heat Overexposure
• Heavy sweating. But if heat stroke sets in, the body can no longer compensate
   and stops sweating.
• Pale skin
• Muscle cramps
• Feeling tired and weak
• Altered mental status (confusion or disorientation)
• Headache
• Becoming semi-conscious, or passing out.
• Nausea or vomiting
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