HVAC

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Improvements to Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems aren’t always worthy of a press release, but they do make a significant impact on monthly utility bills and occupant satisfaction.

It takes serious energy to heat and cool buildings—about 43% of all energy use in the United States is used to control temperatures. As a nation, we spend 87% of our time indoors. The design, construction, operation, and maintenance of HVAC systems impact the air we breathe and our health.

Well-designed systems do more than pump cold and hot air into our spaces. HVAC systems can bring outdoor pollutants inside and those contaminants can stay inside if the system isn’t functioning properly or serviced regularly.

Even small HVAC improvements can save a lot of energy and money while making your air healthier, cleaner, and more affordable to maintain.

 

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