Cameron High School, Missouri
Dr. John Vanderford, Superintendent, Cameron, Missouri:
"The comfort factor is probable the biggest advantage of this system. This building has 62,000 square feet and on any given day or any given time, the temperature will not vary over one or two degrees from the one end to the other unless it's set that way. The cost of operation so far has been very pleasing. Compared to a similar building in our district that has a boiler-fired furnace, this school operated for $900 a month at the same time the other building was consuming $3,600 worth of natural gas. Service has been easy to attain and parts are readily available if and when that situation arises, and that is another reason we did decide to go with this system. It is pretty common technology that most service people that work with air conditioning and heating can service. We do not have to call a boiler specialist or someone out of the city. It can be serviced locally by our refrigeration people."