Posted in News on Oct 22, 2021
At Shupe Carboni & Associates, we make it a point to work with the HVAC industry’s top manufacturers, representing more than 15 HVAC manufacturers across the south east.
Posted in News on Jul 13, 2021
JB Industries is known for its corded vacuum pumps, but now that is changing. In the past, others have attempted battery-powered vacuum pumps with little success outside of select automotive applications, but JB Industries has succeeded in creating and manufacturing a battery-powered vacuum pump with their Platinum Flex Vacuum Pump.
Posted in News on Jun 23, 2021
The last five months have seen very strong sales growth, and we expect that rate to climb to even new record heights in May, as the May 2020 numbers were so adversely affected by the COVID pandemic. Last spring’s pause was a temporary one, and this current demand surge will be temporary as well.
Posted in News on Mar 24, 2021
The past year has seen manufacturers’ price increases across the board, due in large part to factors driving up the costs of shipping. The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on the global supply chain and the trickle-down is unlike anything in recent history. The fact of the matter is, we haven’t seen the worst of it.
Posted in News on Feb 25, 2021
The freight industry is in disarray due to COVID-19, and it goes back to the very onset of the pandemic. From coast to coast, everyone in logistics is feeling the gravity of the situation as goods have become more and more difficult to transport as a result of the virus.
Posted in Indoor Air Quality on Feb 04, 2021
Indoor Air Quality has been a hot topic of late, and is getting more attention in this current climate than ever before. HVAC efficacy and IAQ efforts are only a piece of the puzzle, however, and research shows that another important factor with a correlation to health and wellness is the relative humidity inside buildings.
Posted in News on Jan 26, 2021
Commercial contractors continue to battle various material shortages as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Q4 2020 U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index. Furthermore, experts say that the shortages and difficulty in procuring certain construction materials, as well as the resulting cost increases, won’t go away any time soon.
As States begin to open up again for business and the weather heats up, many of us may be wondering if HVAC systems could be spreading coronavirus in buildings. Some news articles on this topic have popped up here and there, but the connection seems unclear.
The Shupe Carboni & Associates team is pleased to announce an update in branding and a new website. Shupe Carboni & Associates will continue to offer the same high level of customer service their manufacturers and customers have come to know, and hope the update in their digital presence will provide some additional resources and opportunities for various levels of support. They can still be reached by way of phone, fax, or email, but will be sharing industry trends, news, announcements, and more on shupecarboni.com