How well do you know your HVAC lingo? The Energy Vanguard blog examines the three types of heating and cooling loads that construction professionals should be aware of: design load, extreme load, and part load. It’s important that your project’s heating and cooling systems are designed for the correct load. For instance, the writer provides this example: “Extreme loads happen when you get the hottest or coldest temperatures your location experiences. In the summer of 2012, we set a record with a high temperature of 106° F. Should we install HVAC equipment with the capacity to meet the loads from such extreme temperatures? The answer is no.” For additional training on the latest propane space heating technologies, check out the accredited courses at the Propane Training Academy.