New Technical Guide Helps Home Inspection & HVAC Professionals in the Field

Carson Dunlop Weldon Launches New Technical Reference Guide

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“We have always been proud of this text that helps determine the equipment size and age. This is critical information in making repair/replace decisions and for budgeting and planning.” commented Richard Weldon, President of Carson Dunlop Weldon.

(PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Carson Dunlop Weldon announced today the launch of the new 2012 Technical Reference Guide in both hard copy and e-Book on the Carson Dunlop store. The Technical Reference Guide helps determine the size and age of hundreds of residential and commercial heating and cooling systems. Manufacturers are listed alphabetically allowing property inspectors and HVAC technicians to locate important information with ease.

“We have always been proud of this text that helps determine the equipment size and age. This is critical information in making repair/replace decisions and for budgeting and planning,” commented Richard Weldon, President of Carson Dunlop Weldon. “The new e-Book format makes accessing this information simple and quick – it’s available instantly and can be accessed on any computer, smart phone or tablet.”

The new well-indexed 2012 paperback version provides the most current information on the age and capacity of furnaces, boilers, air conditioners and water heaters. The new e-Book includes a built-in search feature that allows people to search manufacturers, make and model information easier and faster than ever before. Updated contact information and links to manufacturers are included for convenient access to more information.

Information is also included on sizing heating and cooling equipment, typical life expectancies of equipment, cooling load figures for commercial equipment and outdoor air requirements for ventilation. Conversion factors and formulas for thermal resistance, heating, water and electrical units are also included.

To learn more about the 2012 Technical Reference Guide, or to purchase a copy, please visit http://store.carsondunlop.com/Products-Commercial_Products.html for Canadian customers and http://usastore.carsondunlop.com/Products-Commercial_Products.html for U.S. customers. Volume pricing is available.

About Carson Dunlop Weldon
CDW Engineering has been a leading Commercial Building Inspection firm since 1978, as part of the Carson Dunlop family. Focused exclusively on commercial buildings, CDW Engineering reduces risk when buying, selling, leasing, refinancing or maintaining commercial real estate assets. Whether the need for timely information on the condition of a property is for due diligence or for capital renewal planning, their engineers deliver meaningful reports. Their building assessments include all major building systems and reports include budget cost estimates and time frames for major repairs and replacements. The result is a company that has the technical know-how, but just as importantly, the ability to convey information concisely to the layperson.

About Carson Dunlop
Carson, Dunlop & Associates Ltd. has been a leading Consulting Engineering Firm devoted to building inspection since 1978. They are one of the largest independent Home Inspection companies in North America that leverages their extensive technical knowledge across six integrated business lines - Home Inspection, Commercial Inspection, Report Writing, Energy Audits, Home Inspector Training and Continuing Education.


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    Carson Dunlop
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