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First Ever Fujitsu Dealer Meeting

Heating and Cooling Supply hosted the first ever Fujitsu Elite Dealer Meeting at Coronado, California. The event was held at the iconic Hotel del Coronado. Guest Speakers included Vice President of Sales and Marketing; Andy Armstrong and Raleigh...

Heating & Cooling Supply and Habitat for Humanity

Heating and Cooling Supply Oxnard donated a Rheem Manufacturing furnace in partnership with West Coast Air. The furnace was used for the Habitat for Humanity International of Ventura county. To help support the community and surrounding communities...

Maintenance During Major Repairs

Every contractor is different, I get that. We don’t all need to do everything the same way or include the same services with repairs but there are some “best practices” that can save you a lot of heartache before, during and after you make a big...

Tech Tips – Flash Gas

When we say that there is “flash gas” at a particular point in the system it can either be a bad thing or a good thing depending on where it is occurring. Flash gas is just another term for boiling. It is perfectly normal (and required) that...

The Duct-Free Zone

Is evacuation the weak link in the mini split installation? I think so…and I think for many of us, we have never had a good understanding of why we evacuate and how a vacuum pump works. Lets see if we can shed some light on it right now. Most mini...

H&C: Outstanding Branch Performance of the Month

Heating and Cooling Supply’s Outstanding Branch Performance of the Month goes to Yuma, Arizona and Oxnard, California. Wining branch of the year is Lakeside, California. With excellent team work these branches met the performance standard for the...

5% VS. 15% Silver Solder (Brazing Rod)

First, let’s get straight that BRAZING is when you use a filler rod that isn’t the exact same material as the base metal but that melts ABOVE 840°F. Soldering is the same but at temperatures below 840°F. With HVAC rods melting at around 1200°F it...