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EPA 608 license


As of January 1st 2018, refrigerant distributors such as RezCor/AAA Supply may only sell HFC refrigerants (including R410A, R407C, MO99, NU22B) to multi-family sites with a certified technician on staff. Therefore, in order to keep…

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HVAC Regulatory Update


As it happens in most industries, HVAC professionals now have to comply with new requirements in order to be able to keep working with their customers. Until recently EPA certification was only required to handle…

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Time to take sides


Back in the day, refrigerators used to be boxy, big elephants of the kitchen. However, times have changed and today’s consumer see their fridges in a totally different way. The same is true for tenants,…

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Ductless Systems: A convenient – and economical! – solution


You’ve heard about it – the so-called “mini-splits” are a very practical and energy-efficient option for your cooling and heating needs, whether you have a small condo or a big house. A ductless heat pump…

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Is black here to stay?


If you haven’t been on Mars for the last six months, you know what we are talking about. Little by little, we are seeing the rise of a new trend in home appliances. However, what…

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RezCor always comes full circle!


We sell. We install. We service. At RezCor, we always come full circle! See more here.  


Maintenance Tips for Ranges


It’s almost time for Thanksgiving, which means your residents’ kitchen range will be on active duty soon. You’ll need to make sure their stove and oven is in tip-top shape to get Thanksgiving dinner on…

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RezCor at FAA 2017


RezCor CEO, Armando Gonzalez, talks about our participation at the Florida Apartment Association trade show. See more here: https://youtu.be/LL2LjGZdCrA  


RezCor awarded at FAA 2017


We are excited to announce that two RezCor team members were awarded last week during the 2017 Florida Apartment Association Conference and Trade Show. Our Sales Manager Eduardo Rodriguez Sr. was chosen by the South…

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HVAC Regulatory Update


Until recently, EPA certification was required to handle R22 (because it is hydrochlorofluorocarbon “HCFC”) but not R410A (which is a hydrofluorocarbon “HFC”).  Effective January 1st 2018, all that changes – EPA regulations will require anyone…

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