Student dressed warmly in library

From Clean Air to Comfort

How HVAC helps schools and students thrive.

As educators and parents examine factors that affect learning in a K-12 setting, the focus naturally turns to issues such as like classroom resources, instructor skills, curriculum, budget, attendance habits and support from home. Just as important is the impact of the physical environment on student learning. Is the classroom well ventilated for good indoor air quality (IAQ)? Is it comfortable—not too warm or too cold? Is it easy for students to hear the teacher and focus on their work

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