Author: Myles Kleeman

Instant Heat Pump Rebates from ComEd – Only at Able!

A Brief Summary This is a fairly long blog post, and we wouldn’t want to be accused of burying the lede, so here is the bare bones of the announcement. Contractors can now receive instant, point-of-sale rebates from ComEd on AHRI-listed Bosch heat pump systems. When you purchase a qualifying system, the full value of… continue reading

Napoleon Condensers – Cooler Than Ever

We always relish the opportunity to tell you about a major update that completely revamps a product line, but every update is not major. That doesn’t mean that the smaller changes aren’t worth celebrating, though! Today, we’re going to get into a minor update from a major manufacturer and why it’s important. Charcool Grey Cabinets… continue reading

New Year, New Peerless – The Reliable Series MI-e Boiler

As standards and practices change and evolve, so to must the equipment developed under them. That, of course, is just a fancy way of saying that manufacturers frequently update product lines to ensure compliancy. While these incremental changes may not be as sexy as a brand-new technology, they are an important part of the HVAC… continue reading

New Products & New Rebates at Able

This Winter has been a busy one at Able Distributors. Hopefully, you didn’t miss regular blog posts too much. The good news is that they’re back with a vengeance. Today, I’m going to be running down some of the latest additions from to our catalog courtesy of Bosch and NTI as well as an exciting… continue reading

Fujitsu Live Web Training – Last Free Classes of 2020

The Fujitsu Training Academy offers online courses as a safe and convenient way to familiarize yourself with their products and expand your expertise. These classes are free, you just need to register using the links below. There are a variety of different courses available, making it easy to find one that suits you no matter… continue reading

Brand New Scratch & Dent Inventory Page

The unfortunate truth about interstate transportation is that it’s not perfect; things can–and do–get damaged in transit. While we’d prefer that everything arrives in pristine condition, that’s just not possible. However, from misfortune comes opportunity. Obviously items that are damaged to the point of affecting operations are claimed and scrapped. What about the stuff with… continue reading

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