HVAC


School Safety

MI Districts Add Vinyl to Windows for Security and Cooling

Two school systems in Michigan are turning to window-sized graphics for safety, security and environmental benefit. Addison Community Schools and Hudson Area Schools have both turned to sign company Insignia Graphics to design, produce and install perforated vinyl on windows in their buildings.

fresh air in the classroom

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

FRESH AIR: The Impact of HVAC Systems on Indoor Air Quality

Expecting children to learn in poorly ventilated classrooms is like requiring them to read blurry textbooks.

Hot Tips (HVAC Efficiency)

Using VRF Systems to Solve HVAC Challenges

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Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Zoned Technology Leads to Lower Electric Bills

comfort with zoned technology

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Cost-Savings and Comfort with Zoned Technology

Hot Tips (Variable Refrigerant Flow)

VRF Has Many Advantages



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Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Energy Efficiency for a Living Building

Sustainable Schools

Optimizing Comfort and Aesthetics

The design benefits of displacement ventilation in schools.

Ask the Expert: Destratification Fans

Why Destratification Fans Make Sense for Schools

Sustainable Schools

Breaking From Convention

Achieving comfort in the classroom — without air conditioning.

Gresham-Barlow Schools Save Over $1.5 Million Annually

See how this school district went from bleeding energy dollars to saving over $1.5 million a year in cost avoidance, earning an ENERGY STAR rating of 97 and becoming an 11-time Partner of the Year award winner.

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