Articles by Jim Wheeler

Wheeler on HVACR: The Coming Electronics Revolution

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Digital HVAC systems are the future of our industry.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Is There A Future For Open Protocols?

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Our industry could be in the process of making another radical change, which may affect the way you market and sell your products for years to come.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Residential Thermal Storage?

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Zoning a house with individually-controlled hand coils has great potential, but there's no need to "fluff" it up.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Environmentally-Friendly Substitute?

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Among the products introduced at AHR Expo is R-417a.
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Wheeler on HVAC: The problem with growing too big

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Wholesale consolidators need to understand today's HVACR market to survive in it.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Is the Internet for you?

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The World Wide Web can bring you new customers and new business at a much lower cost.
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Wheeler on HVAC: Effects of terrorism on HVAC

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Should we dump air-quality standards for better air filtration methods?
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Wheeler on HVACR: When you lose an equipment line

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Brand loyalty is not as important to homeowners as it may be to us.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Where's the environmentally friendly commercial equipment?

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The gradual phaseout of R-22 creates a selling opportunity for R-410a commercial air-conditioning units.
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Wheeler on HVACR: Hurray for Goodman and Goettl!

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If the little guys can reach 13-SEER minimums, then so can the big guys.
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