synagogue TX PACE authority

After years of spending $15 to $20k annually for chiller and boiler repairs with obsolete chiller and boiler parts becoming difficult to locate, Congregation Beth Israel (CBI) was finally forced to replace them. When the chiller failed last summer, children in the child development center were moved several times to nap and play in the chapel and sanctuary. On many mornings, The Way Companies’ trucks were the first to arrive at CBI to get the chillers back online before the children arrived at school. Even when the chillers were working, they couldn’t keep up with the Texas heat in the rooms facing the sun.

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Austin, TX


  • Control systems
  • Cooling
  • Heating
  • Windows

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