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This particular project was very efficient, but it also benefited from both better humidity control and better temperature control.

Amir Safaie - CEO and Engineer, Safaie Landry > View Eneref Report

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.

Tom Little - Senior Associate and Director Of Historic Preservation, Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects > View Eneref Report

We also think about society’s well-being in broader terms. We tried to make sure that what we were doing improved the wellbeing of the residents and contributed to lowering their cost to live in the space.

Raymond Kuniansky - Columbia Residential > View Eneref Report

Tenants are paying the bills, so they should have absolute control.

Peter Iodaci - Friedrich’s Director of Technical Management > View Eneref Report

When you don't control outside air in buildings, it leads to significant temperature and humidity control problems for guests and increases the chance of bacterial growth.

Terry Smith - VP of Engineering Global Design Strategies at Marriott International > View Eneref Report

There’s virtually no maintenance to it once it’s up.

Rick Larsen - Dir of Comm, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility > View Eneref Report
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