Boilers Improve Comfort, Efficiency and Reduce Maintenance for Co-op

In 1962, Chatham Park Village Cooperative (CPVC) in Chicago, a not-for-profit housing complex owned and operated by its members, converted a 1930s heating system that disbursed steam through underground tunnels to natural-gas boilers and commercial water heaters. The move to individual boilers was a significant upgrade and measurable improvement for the time… more on

Air Conditioning – The Same Mold Story?

More and more, residents of the Northeast are learning what those in warmer states have learned over time – air conditioning makes life more comfortable but also adds an element of risk from mold. For that small percentage of people who are hyper-sensitive to mold spores, prevention can mean fewer doctor bills and greater comfort… more on