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What we campaign for
Eneref Impact Campaigns are organized efforts to influence decision making towards more socially responsible sustainable development.
What They’re Saying
in Eneref Reports
Eneref Reports feature testimonials from government leaders, industry leaders, specifiers and end users about their experiences with socially responsible development.
The school facilities division is implementing a strategic approach to help maintain the health and safety of all building occupants.
There’s one thing that you don’t want, it’s aggravation and unhappy customers, so you want to sell them a good product. That’s a good product.
I know about the filters because I’m friends with the custodian, but I don’t know if everyone else knows. It would make them feel like I feel—a little bit safer.
I couldn’t imagine buying a new vehicle under artificial lighting conditions.
We thought the modular skylight design was beautiful. And it also made for a much easier installation.
What I can tell you is that walking into every one of those dorm rooms, the cooling and ventilation worked really well.
It makes a huge difference. It’s way brighter in here, even on cloudy days.
We should all have inverter-driven variable speed technology systems because we’d save energy and operating cost, be more comfortable, and reduce our carbon footprint. There’s really no downside.
They’re really, really fantastic. It’s the most dramatic room in the house.
We pulled the trigger on that cost because we felt that if we put windows in and they don’t look right, it’s gonna be a disaster we can’t recover from.
Most PTACs and VTACs can control temperature, but any humidity control is subsequent, or ancillary, to the temperature control. The Friedrich VRP unit specifically cools and addresses room humidity.
We love the room we have now and we’re glad that we did it.
A lot of manufacturers have no certification whatsoever and perform no testing. Hope’s tests everything; they spend a lot of money to acquire the right product certifications.
I’m so happy with the results that I’ll use the same skylights.
Before the skylights, I had a customer who said, ‘Is that color too vivid?’ But the car was gray.
Our engineering services team pushed for theses units. We wanted something over and above that would give us better air quality and better humidity control.
I don’t know of any individual room units that do a better job with ventilation air to dilute the concentration.
After attending a continuing education course on the importance of fall protection and the changing requirements of OSHA, we introduced the polycarbonate skylights to the district.
We felt the polycarbonate was a stronger, more durable product,
We recommend polycarbonate Prismatic skylights, especially in hail zone areas, where strength and safety are key,
Actually, it was seamless… a very easy installation.
We were looking for the best-looking, high-performance, most minimal skylight.
If the project is in a coastal area, I always recommend polycarbonate,
They delivered great value and were very responsive.
The more ventilation you provide, the lower the concentration of whatever contaminants there might be,
Fresh air gives an immediate feeling of clean, cool and calm — which is exactly the guest experience hotel owners want to give their guests,
UV absorbing cap layer in polycarbonate sheet is very effectively guards it against UV light.
The skylights make a difference because you can see the natural color of the car better.
When you don’t control the amount of ventilation air that you have coming in, you spend extra money,. It’s expensive to take the humidity out if you don’t keep it out to begin with.
When I explained how these systems offer better humidity control and ventilation, they were convinced and then they really pushed for them.
It was pretty close to just one shot and it’s done.
Color can be just as big a draw as the functional aspects of a car.
Adding more daylight helps our customers live more comfortably in their homes.
We’ve got buyers who recognized that if you reduce your dependence on electric lighting, and your dependence on the air conditioner because you are able to get good venting through skylights—that appeals to them.
These devices bring in a usable amount of light earlier and later in the day.
These windows can even let in fresh air when the homeowners are away from home, without them having to think about safety or weather.
But at 20 SEER, the efficiency of the unit is hard to deny.
Overall it’s great – the kids definitely enjoy having natural light in there, it’s just a much more natural feel.
This particular project was very efficient, but it also benefited from both better humidity control and better temperature control.
I would totally say it was worth it. The first time that I walked in, I loved it. It was so refreshing. I felt good immediately.
The benefits outweighed the cost. No matter what the price was, we wouldn’t have done it any other way. That’s how significant the impact is.
When we brought the unit to everybody’s attention, everybody thought, ‘Wow, this looks like a great unit.’ I think everybody knew that it combined everything we needed into one.
Even the steel doors — they’re balanced, yet they have a certain weight, a strength to the touch and feel of them.
Once I saw it, the skylight tied everything together and made the office look gorgeous.
The first impression is that floor shines. I mean, that is really truly one of the first impressions when you walked through the door.
I’ve been installing windows for 30 years or more. I don’t see anything else out there that’s quite as nice.
Life has just become much more comfortable for us. The new air conditioner is quicker, quieter and saves us money.
A lot of companies can do a historical or preservation match, but only this one could also create a code-compliant, impact-rated product. That was what we needed.
Eneref Reports Build Confidence in Socially Responsible Solutions Through Independent Testimonials.
What we advocate for
Energy supply is the largest contributor to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, GHG can be reduced with energy efficiency improvements. Learn more.
The shift to urban societies is a global trend that increases greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable flooring systems can reduce our carbon footprint Learn more.
Rapid economic development and urbanization is propelling large building activity. Buildings are critical to the global challenge of sustainable development. Learn more.
Industrial activities create all the products that satisfy human needs. An absolute reduction of industry emissions requires a broad set of mitigation options. Learn more.
Transport can be an agent of sustained urban development that prioritizes equity, accessibility, traffic safety, and time-savings for the poor while reducing emissions Learn more.
Approximately over 2 billion people face water shortages in over 40 countries. Extensive global water withdrawal limits supplies for various human needs. Learn more.
The scale and speed of urbanization will require a massive build-up of infrastructure, a key driver of GHG emissions across multiple sectors. Learn more.
Food production generates nearly a quarter of all GHG emissions. Meat and dairy consumption – foods with outsized climate impacts – is on the rise. Learn more.