Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
Water heater failure can be a major expense and inconvenience for consumers. These systems are pretty much essential for modern life, which means they need to be replaced or repaired promptly.In this post, we’ll look at the common causes of water…
Sep 11
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
In many parts of the United States, water softeners are absolutely essential. Without them, homeowners find themselves plagued by limescale, dry skin, high electricity bills, and other undesirables.Water softeners may also be an important part of…
Aug 18
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
To say COVID-19 has thrown the HVAC industry for a loop would be an understatement. Predictably, consumers are often hesitant to allow strangers into their homes these days given the risks involved. Still, as HVAC professionals we need to make money…
Jul 23
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
Understanding 14 SEER vs. 17 SEER isn’t always straightforward for non-HVAC professionals. Many consumers have a tendency to focus on upfront costs, underestimating the degree to which a more efficient unit might lower their energy bill. In this…
Jun 19
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
Operating a business can be tricky, particularly during times like these. The economic impacts of COVID-19 have left even essential companies (like those offering HVAC services) scrambling to recoup lost income.
The current situation makes it…
Apr 28
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
Coronavirus has gripped much of the world and particularly the United States, which experts are warning could become the disease’s new epicenter.This has prompted wide-reaching shutdowns of businesses deemed non-essential by federal and local…
Mar 27
Kristina Frunze commented on Kristina Frunze's blog post A Contractor’s Guide to Compensating for Oversized Air Conditioners
"@Kent Browning

You are correct, I meant to say dehumidifier. Thank you for correcting that."
Feb 24
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
As an HVAC professional, it can be very easy to forget that not everyone has an intimate understanding of the technology that cools and heats their home. Ordinary people (and, indeed, some misinformed professionals) are vulnerable to HVAC myths that…
Feb 24
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
Most HVAC contractors know that an oversized air conditioner wastes substantial amounts of energy and money. Still, plenty of contractors, either through error or self-interest, sell oversized air conditioning systems that burden homeowners.Because…
Feb 21
Kristina Frunze posted a blog post
While reading this post by one of my fellow contributors on this site, I resonated with its acknowledgment of a major challenge: convincing people to consider green building residential strategies. Whether you’re an HVAC professional or someone…
Feb 11
Kristina Frunze posted blog posts
Feb 10
Kristina Frunze commented on Building Performance Journal's blog post HVAC Industry Trends: 7 Things Every Contractor Should Know
"@Todd Williams

My pleasure, thank you for reading and commenting!"
Jan 13
Kristina Frunze commented on Building Performance Journal's blog post HVAC Industry Trends: 7 Things Every Contractor Should Know
"@Walter Ahlgrim

A TON has changed with Geothermal HVAC. Check out this National Geographic post:

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/great-energy-challen...

Also, solar technology has seen many more rapid changes than people give it…"
Jan 13
Kristina Frunze left a comment for Diane Chojnowski
"Hi Diane, thanks for the warm welcome! "
Dec 23, 2019
Kristina Frunze commented on Kristina Frunze's blog post HCFC Refrigerant Ban: Everything Contractors Need to Know
"Hey Walt! 134A is covered under this ban but 410A is not."
Dec 17, 2019