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October 27, 2010
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Four Seasons Corp, utilizing its decades of HVAC service experience as well as its world class design and fabrication capabilities has developed a new and innovative Academic HVAC Replacement System for classrooms, libraries, and meeting rooms. Designed especially for retrofit situations, Four Seasons’ new systems minimize change out hassles and maximize versatility. The units are custom built to fit into the existing space, therefore no demolition, reconstruction, or even touch-up painting is required in most situations.

Available in horizontal and vertical orientations, Four Seasons’ new systems are designed for most major HVAC brands; changeouts are quick, and timely and clean up is fast and easy. In addition, the systems provide numerous benefits, which include:

Less cost than replacing an existing system.
Reduced replacement part costs.
Lower operating costs.
Custom cabinet eliminates need for construction, patching, or painting.
Convenient front access for easier and faster maintenance.
Off the shelf component parts for easy replacement.
Quieter components.
Solid top for storage or display area.

Available with fresh air heat exchanger or UV light for air purification. Potential government funding available.

 For more information on the new Academic HVAC Replacement System or on Four Seasons Corp call 865-219-9886 or go to www.classroomhvac.com.
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