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RUUD® CELEBRATES NATIONAL PRO PARTNERS™

by | Wednesday, May 23, 2018 |

Event Recognizes Top Performing Contractors for Excellence in Sales and Customer Service of Ruud Heating, Air Conditioning, and Ventilation Products

The AccuTemp Services team and the Comfort Control team joined Ruud® in celebration at the company’s Top Pro Partner™ awards dinner and reception in Washington, D.C. on April 23, 2018. The event recognized and rewarded an elite group of HVAC businesses that demonstrated excellence in Ruud sales, customer support, and overall service during 2017.

The Comfort Control team is located in Walker, La., Comfort Control has been proudly providing HVAC sales and service for 17 years.

The AccuTemp Services team is located in Baton Rouge, La., AccuTemp Services has been proudly providing HVAC sales and service for 12 years.

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Women in Industry's Annual Spring Conference

by | Wednesday, May 2, 2018 |

Coburn Supply was represented at The Women in Industry's Annual Spring Conference. It was held on April 25-27, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Savannah. Those that attended were able to network, learn, & grow with other industry professionals with similar career paths & level of industry experience.

Photographed from Left to Right:

Christy Maloney (Coburn's Director of Finance & Strategic Planning & ASA Vice Chairwomen)

Jessica Rennick (Coburn's Human Resource Manager)

Denise Champagne (Coburn's Showroom Division Manager)



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Humidity & Relative Humidity

by | Tuesday, May 1, 2018 |

Please remember as we begin our summer season that the %RH on the thermostat does not directly tell you the amount of Humidity in the home.

Relative Humidity % is the amount of Moisture in the air compared to how much Moisture the air can hold at any given temperature.

So if moisture is water (in gallons), and temperature is a bucket (in gallons) we can see the relationship.

If you have a 75 gallon bucket (75 degrees in the home) and you have 37.5 gallons of water in it, you would have 50% Moisture Relative to how much the bucket can hold.


If you lower the temperature in the home to 68 degrees (making the bucket smaller) and maintain the same amount of moisture (37.5 Gallons), the amount of moisture in the bucket relative to how much it can hold just went up to 65%.


You cannot change moisture content by increasing or decreasing temperature… it can only be changed by adding or removing moisture. This is why in most homes in the Deep South; the answer to high levels of humidity is a Whole Home Dehumidifier like the UltraAire 70H.

Contact your local Coburn's location for more information on a whole home dehumidifier.


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