Under the Inflation Reduction Act, signed into law by President Biden on Aug. 16, some consumers may qualify for more than $10,000 in rebates and tax credits for buying high-efficiency appliances and electric vehicles and other purchases to decrease their carbon footprints.
The acquisition marks Marietta, Georgia-based Wrench Group’s first expansion into the Midwest and adds 400 employees to its operations.
The research found that heat pulled from a room can be sent into outer space, potentially negating some of the devastating effects of global warming.
Comfort Systems USA Inc. continues to expand its local operations with its second acquisition of an Indianapolis company in the past year.
Service Plus plans to spend about $1.5 million on the move, which is expected to help the company double its workforce.
Compton Mechanical Systems Inc., a 35-year-old Indianapolis-based contractor, has merged with Comfort Systems USA’s Indiana subsidiary.
Larry Howald sold his father’s 40-employee HVAC business to Lennox in 2000 during a wave of industry consolidation. He stayed with the firm for a decade, but has now left to strike out on his own again.
The winner of the Small Business Administration award has seen steady growth during its 10 years in business.
Carmel-based Williams Comfort Air, a heating and cooling contractor, is accepting nominations for its Extraordinairy Treasures annual scholarship program. Six one-time scholarships totaling $5,000 will be awarded to high school seniors based on community service, leadership activities and family commitment.
Cold storage might become a hot business for a building contractor.
Doubling annual sales might seem an impossible feat in a recession, but at the modest office of Williams Comfort Air and Metzler’s
Mr. Plumber, it is a reality.
With steep declines in new-home construction and existing home sales, market conditions in the Indianapolis-based North American
residential business of Carrier Corp. “are clearly challenging,” according to George David, CEO of Carrier’s parent, United
After almost 60 profitable years that saw Elliott-Williams Co. install walk-in refrigerators and freezers in almost every
Indiana school, hospital and hotel, the venerable firm was brought to its knees last year. But an unlikely savior, a new locally
based venture capital firm, bought EW out of bankruptcy for $507,000, about the cost of 10 EW walk-ins.