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Have you ever climed a ladder to change a light bulb? Notice how much warmer it gets as you climb higher? What you have experienced is called thermal stratification, in which the cold, dense air falls to the floor, forcing the hot, less dense air to the ceiling creating a temperature gradient. As a general rule of thumb, buildings straify at .05F to 1F per vertical foot. To overcome this effect, people are guilty of over-heating or overcooling a space, which results in a large unnecessary expenditure. Your money is literally going through the roof. By destratifiying, or thermally equalizing a space, significant savings can be realized by increasing the efficiency of the HVAC system in both the heating and cooling seasons.



  • Solve comfort issues
  • Increase productivity
  • Save on HVAC energy costs

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