Energy-minded homeowners and businesses in the Northeast now have easier access to the Acadia: Combined Heating and Cooling System from Hallowell International with the new distribution partnership announced today with F.W. Webb Company, the largest distributor of HVAC products in the region.
The Acadia is a revolutionary new green technology to heat and cool a home, and at the same time helps consumers and businesses save money. It outperforms conventional fossil-fuel-based heating systems like oil powered furnaces, the most common in the Northeast, by up to 300 percent.
F.W. Webb has long been a partner with Hallowell International in the development of the Acadia, providing components to manufacture the system. Today, the enriched partnership provides Hallowell with an expanded distribution network with increased training facilities and customer support through the 70 F.W. Webb facilities across New England and Upstate New York.
How does it work? The Acadia is a single system engineered to comfortably heat and cool homes no matter what the weather outside and is both economical and environmentally friendly. As a patented, next generation heat pump, the engineers at Hallowell International created the Acadia using revolutionary Boosted Compression Technology, enabling this clean technology to run effectively and efficiently in temperatures as cold as -30 degrees Fahrenheit.
“The Acadia system is a welcome complement to our green initiatives,” said John E. Thomas, Vice President HVAC & Controls for F.W. Webb Company. “We are deeply committed to technologies that promote energy efficiency and reduce the use of fossil fuels that are at the same time affordable to installers and consumers.”
“We are excited about expanding our relationship with F.W. Webb to make energy efficiency, cost effectiveness and clean technology more readily available to homeowners and businesses,” said Duane A. Hallowell, President and CEO of Hallowell International.