Climate Control systems offer efficiencies for residential, commercial applications
With four companies under its corporate umbrella, Climate Control Group has been able to provide effective HVAC solutions for commercial and residential customers worldwide.
Whether its incorporating solutions from ClimateMaster, ClimateCraft, ClimaCool or International Environmental Corp. – applications from each were on display at AHR Expo 2018 – Climate Control works to balance energy efficiency with boosting indoor air quality
“Our systems are designed to run and control air temperatures and humidity in whatever environment they are,” Climate Control spokesmen Scott Stayton said. “One of the biggest reasons we’re specified in industrial and commercial applications is because of that control we have and the design for controlling that indoor air quality.”
Climate Control designers rely on the voice of the consumer to shape future product offerings, helping to ensure heating and cooling units meet their needs.
They also focus on the financial impact deploying a Climate Control Group product will have, from up-front installation costs to back-end efficiency. The company worked, too, to re-engineer its units to make maintenance and upkeep more effortless.
“We’ve got some new things … that definitely make it easier for troubleshooting, looking at the system and interchangeability,” Stayton said.
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