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SCHOOLS

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We know environment can have a huge effect on productivity, so it’s important to ensure your school heating and air conditioning system is performing at its best. Studies show high temperatures in classrooms are linked to aggressive behaviour and poor exam performance. In the summer months particularly, when pressure is at its peak and end-of-year exams are taking place, it’s important to ensure that your school environment is conducive to high performance.

Schools, universities and colleges face unique challenges when booking heating and air conditioning work. Designs must take into account classroom layout so as to give a gentle air flow throughout the space, as well as considering the type of classrooms involved.

 

Computer rooms may need extra cooling power, while large lecture theatres may be more difficult to heat and regulate. HVAC systems also need to be quiet, causing minimal disturbance to teaching.