We hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July this year, we sure did! The mild holiday gave our crews a much needed breather. But now we’re back to normal operating hours, ready to roll and preparing for the next heatwave.

It’s been an exciting start of summer for us at RESSAC, as we continue to bring on both new customers and extend our business with existing clients. This season, we’re delighted to take on additional stores for our statewide grocery customer. Our teams have been working hard these past few years, determined to hone our processes and improve our customers’ experiences. We are exceedingly grateful to all our customers for the continued faith they’ve put in our services.

This month’s RESSAC HVAC blog will also focus on improved customer experience, as we dive into details of Energy Management Systems and HVAC controls. Check back with us later in July to learn more about what kind of controls might best serve your business.

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RESSAC News: July 2019 – Customers & Controls.

July 5th, 2019|Comments Off on RESSAC News: July 2019 – Customers & Controls.

We hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July this year, we sure did! The mild holiday gave our crews a much needed breather. But now we're back to normal operating hours, ready to [...]

  • Learn About VFDs in our June HVAC Blog

A VFD For Your HVAC System Can Save You Money

June 28th, 2019|Comments Off on A VFD For Your HVAC System Can Save You Money

It’s expensive to run a business in California. That’s why lowering the energy costs of your air conditioning and heating equipment is so important. If your HVAC equipment is bigger than five tons, then [...]

RESSAC News: June 2019 – Heat & Hires.

June 13th, 2019|Comments Off on RESSAC News: June 2019 – Heat & Hires.

From a relatively mild May to some counties hitting over 100 degrees, summer has finally arrived here in California. Our technicians are on the move and have their hands full keeping our [...]

  • Types of Refrigerant Used in HVAC.

The R-22 Phaseout: What It Is and What To Do About It

May 31st, 2019|Comments Off on The R-22 Phaseout: What It Is and What To Do About It

If your air conditioner is older than 11 years, your system likely runs on R-22 refrigerant. R-22, or HCFC-22, is the most widely used refrigerant in the United States. HCFCs are also ozone [...]

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A Big Unit Needs a Big Belt: What Drives Your HVAC/R System

April 18th, 2019|Comments Off on A Big Unit Needs a Big Belt: What Drives Your HVAC/R System

Keeping your HVAC and refrigeration equipment in good running condition requires consistent care. Last month, we reviewed the types of preventative maintenance programs available for your units, and the filters commonly used during PM [...]