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    If you want your heating, cooling, and ventilating system(s) to perform well, you need to start with good design. Here’s why you want good HVAC design:

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    If you’re building or remodeling a home, do you know how much thought is going into the design of your new HVAC system(s)? Do you know how much calculating is going into the HVAC design? Most homes don’t get nearly enough of either.

    If you want your heating, cooling, and ventilating system(s) to perform well, you need to start with good design. Here’s why you want good HVAC design:

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