2011 ABCO GRAND OPENING Attracts Hundreds of Contractors, Dozens of Manufacturers to Baltimore/ Washington D.C.
“Wow, it’s like a mini-trade show in here,” noted the venerable Al Margulefsky, President MFS Research Corporation, as he showed a growing crowd of contractors the advantages of the industry’s first, non-corrosive, water-based dissolver of food grade oils.“The turnout’s incredible—much more traffic than usual at these things.”
ABCO is proud to carry a full line of Emerson Climate Technologies products. ABCO is your one-stop source for all Emerson refrigeration and HVAC products, services and support. We carry Emerson’s full line, from Copeland Scroll compressors and condensing units …
George Moncher, partner and co-creator of ABCO Refrigeration Supply Corp., with the late Jules A. Gottlieb, died on November 24, 2010. Throughout his almost 60 years with ABCO, George’s kindness, integrity and intellect had a profound influence on men and women involved in air conditioning and refrigeration contracting, manufacturing and wholesale distribution.
Where do you turn to now that the Federal Tax Credit isn’t as robust as last year’s? Turn to ABCO. We’ve got plenty of solutions to make your job easier and help you succeed. Whether it’s our new Winter 2011 Residential HVAC Package Deals, our innovative commercial solutions, or our timely information and equipment for refrigeration, ABCO is one step ahead. We will bring you more choice and more answers for one simple reason: Knowledge is Profit. The more you know, the better you’ll be equipped to make smart decisions that help you prosper.
HVAC contractors have enjoyed a business “revival” in 2010 thanks to tax credits for consumers who purchased energy-efficient HVAC equipment. For some, the economic slowdown has been less impactful because more people were taking advantage of tax credits up to $1500 and replacing old equipment at a more accelerated pace. However, the energy tax credits in 2011 are going to be up to 500%, which is still sizeable, just not as robust as last year’s. The exception – for now – is geothermal systems which qualify for the same energy tax credits until 2016. HVAC contractors will need to find new “life” and try different strategies to keep moving forward.