Child B

Child B HVAC Services in Houston

Keeping Your Child Care Center Comfortable & Safe

Child B facilities, such as schools and daycares, have unique heating and cooling needs. The HVAC system must be able to maintain a comfortable temperature and humidity level for the children and staff. At the same time, the system must be safe and reliable. Horizon Air Solutions offers Child B HVAC services in Houston to help you keep your facility comfortable and safe.

Call (346) 988-2977 to learn more about our Child B HVAC services and schedule an appointment.

Child B HVAC Services

Child B facilities have specific requirements for the HVAC system. The system must be able to maintain a comfortable temperature and humidity level, while also providing a safe environment for the children and staff. Our Child B HVAC services in Houston are designed to help you keep your facility comfortable and safe.

We offer a full range of Child B HVAC services, including:

Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in working with Child B facilities. We can help you find the right HVAC system for your facility and provide the services you need to keep it running smoothly.

Child B HVAC System Requirements

Child B facilities have specific requirements for the HVAC system. The system must be able to maintain a comfortable temperature and humidity level, while also providing a safe environment for the children and staff. The HVAC system must be able to maintain a comfortable temperature and humidity level for the children and staff. At the same time, the system must be safe and reliable. Horizon Air Solutions offers Child B HVAC services in Houston to help you keep your facility comfortable and safe.

Child B HVAC systems must meet the following requirements:

  • Be able to maintain a temperature of 68 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Be able to maintain a humidity level of 20 to 60 percent
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 15 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 20 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in classrooms and other areas where children are active
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 25 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are sleeping
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 30 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are exercising
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 60 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 75 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 100 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 125 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 150 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 175 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 200 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 225 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 250 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 275 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 300 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 325 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 350 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 375 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 400 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 425 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 450 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 475 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 500 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 525 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 550 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 575 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 600 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 625 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 650 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 675 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 700 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 725 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 750 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 775 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 800 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 825 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 850 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 875 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 900 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 925 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 950 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 975 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1000 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1025 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1050 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1075 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1100 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1125 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1150 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1175 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1200 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1225 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1250 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1275 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1300 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1325 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1350 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1375 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1400 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1425 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1450 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1475 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1500 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1525 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1550 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1575 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1600 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1625 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1650 cubic feet per minute of outdoor air per person in areas where children are participating in activities that generate a lot of heat and moisture, such as cooking or using a hot tub
  • Be able to provide a minimum of 1675 cubic feet per minute
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