Heating & Cooling

Space heating and cooling consumes nearly 30% of primary energy used to condition and power commercial buildings. Upgrades to heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems that improve comfort and air quality while reducing energy consumption 40% or more are commonplace. Installing high-efficiency windows that pass visible light but fend off heat transmission, solar reflective roofs, efficient heating and cooling systems, ventilation systems under raised floors with individual thermostats can improve many retrofit and new construction projects. These efforts facilitate increased flexibility for thermal comfort providing a more productive environment for employees while lowering the energy demand of the workspace.

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