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  1. Mueller Industries – Supplier of the Month

    July 1, 2013 by admin | Category: Product FeatureComments (0)
    First Then. First Now.
    As the first company to introduce solder-type copper fittings and ACR copper tube, we know a thing or two about HVAC/R flow systems. So it’s no surprise that our Streamline copper tube, copper fittings and line sets are now the first such products to be UL recognized to 700 PSI operating pressure. Customers can be confident that our products have been exhaustively tested to meet the higher pressures at which R410A and other newer refrigerants may operate. Trust your systems only to the proven performance of Mueller Industries’ Streamline products.
    • Engineered and Tested for R-410A and CO2
    • UL Recognized at 700 PSI Operating Pressure
    • Backed by a Limited 10-Year Warranty

    Learn more about Streamline products at: 


  2. Celebrate America with “Made in USA” products in our July flyer!

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    Our July flyer is here! Celebrate our nation with “Made In USA” products!



  3. Increase Your Home’s Comfort & Energy Efficiency

    May 10, 2013 by admin | Category: EducationalComments (0)

    A comfortable home is an energy efficient home. Hot and cold spots, running out of hot water or poor air quality are signs your HVAC and plumbing systems are underperforming. We offer a selection of Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Plumbing products for a total home solution promoting balanced temperature control, cleaner air, and reduced energy and utility consumption. We invite you to get comfortable in your own home and reduce your utility usage, with these featured products. Our licensed Contractors perform seasonal maintenance, repair and air conditioning services that will keep you feeling and breathing easy while lowering your utility bills.


  4. Product Feature – New VisionPRO

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    New VisionPRO, New Features:
    • Works with RedLINK accessories
    • Residential and commercial applications
    • MicroSD port for quick installer setup
    • Plain language setup, no manual needed
    • On screen dealer information
    • Smart Schedule – programs in seconds for any lifestyle
    • Three ways to install – Standard battery or hardwired;
    2-wire or wireless with Equipment Interface Module
    (THM5421R1021, L46-670)

    Find out more by contacting your local Johnstone Supply Counter Professional or visit


  5. Increase Air Conditioner Efficiency By Cleaning The Coils

    April 30, 2013 by admin | Category: Educational, HelpfulComments (0)

    As warm weather approaches, this is a great time to schedule your residential HVAC system maintenance to make sure your central air conditioner is working efficiently.  Keeping your air conditioner in top working order will help it last longer and reduce your energy bills.

    There are a few things you can do yourself, but don’t forget to have the system serviced by an experienced HVAC technician.  Air conditioning professionals have special equipment including gauges to check the pressure in the system that homeowner cannot do themselves.

    Due to the way that a modern air conditioning system works, keeping the coils clean and free of blockages is important toCoil-Cleaning the efficient operation of the system.  A typical residential air conditioning system has a condenser coil located in the outdoor unit and an evaporator coil installed the duct system above the furnace.

    Coolant is compressed and pumped through the outdoor condenser coil where it is cooled by blowing air across the coils.  The coolant then flows to the indoor evaporator coil where it expands and gets very cold.  Indoor air is cooled by blowing it across the coils and is then distributed throughout the home through the ducts.

    As you can see, good airflow across the coils is important to keep your system operating efficiently.  Dirt, dust, and debris that blocks airflow across the coils makes the system less efficient which means it has to work harder.  Keep your condenser coil free of dirt, leaves, grass clippings, and other debris and make sure there is at least two to three feet of space around the unit.

    Indoors, change your air filter regularly to help keep the evaporator coil clean.  If the evaporator coil becomes clogged with dirt and dust, you can clean it carefully using the brush attachment with a vacuum cleaner.  Be sure not to damage the soft aluminum fins.


  6. May Flyer Specials

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    This month’s flyer is full of new specials, including our Supplier of the Month Nu-Calgon! To view the flyer, click on the image below. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Twitter! flyer-may-2013


  7. April Specials

    April 15, 2013 by admin | Category: Hot DealsComments (0)

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  8. Convert with Confidence

    March 20, 2013 by admin | Category: EducationalComments (0)


    Ensuring a proper match-up of evaporator coils, filter drier and TXV will maintain high efficiency in R22-to-R410A converted units and prevent callbacks. Just follow these three easy steps:


    1. Match the outdoor unit properly to an AHRI-rated evaporator coil to ensure system performance. An improperly matched indoor coil can create undue stress on a cooling system, resulting in dramatically reduced efficiency and possible premature failure.

    2. Flush the system with a solvent formulated for R410A retrofits to
    clean the line set of particulates, acid, oil and water that could undermine your retrofit. When possible, replace the line set for better results.

    3. Install a filter drier and well-matched TXV to ensure proper refrigerant flow, optimize performance.


  9. Quick Poll

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    Thank you for voting in our quick poll! We appreciate your business.


    Want to share your ideas? Leave us a comment. 


  10. 2013 Tools & Test Instruments Flyer

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    2013 -Tools and Test Instruments Flyer