School heat and air

My neighborhood has a lot of historic landmarks.

One I really would like to talk about here is the old school house that’s about 3 blocks from our house where we reside.

However it’s just like every outdated and old school house you’ve seen pictures of, as it looks just like a single-story house and even has a really nice and awesome old bell tower! If you ever get to visit the schoolhouse, just keep in mind that the excellent indoor air quality in the place most honestly isn’t authentic to the history of this schoolhouse, see, the company that preserves this building and others like it decided to have a ductless mini-split air conditioner system installed on-site, and this was intended to supply just enough air conditioning and heating functionality to the building separate from disrupting its integrity. Since a centralized air conditioner or heating system unit would require a lot of invasive structure changes, this HVAC plan was deemed far more reasonable as it only requires a single port through the wall. This port is where the cables and piping for the ductless mini-split HVAC plan are sited, and connects the outdoor air conditioner and heating device to the indoor air handler in itself all together. It’s a pretty novel little piece of equipment, and does a really nice appealing job of keeping the school house cool and comfortable throughout the year! Now, if only there were a nice reason to visit! I am sure eventually they will find a way to promote this old school house as a tourist attraction!

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