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Case Studies and Videos

Over the last 80 years, Geisel has been lucky enough to be involved in some very exciting and complex HVAC installations for our commercial clients. Please see the videos below to see just what we're capable of and love doing for our customers!

Presrite Corporation

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Presrite Corporation is a leader in forging technology. 

Their Cleveland plant was experiencing high utility cost with their old central steam boiler system. Due to the age and condition of the old system Presrite determined it was time to modernize.

They choose Geisel to design and install a new heating plant. We removed the old steam boiler that served both the lower level basement area and the upper level production area.We converted the lower level system to forced hot water heat and installed a new 95% AFUE boiler. For the upper level production area, we installed a central air rotation unit.

Both systems are up and running and comfort and energy savings has been insured with a timely installation that met both the energy savings goal as well as the established project budget.

ASCO Rooftop Replacement


ASCO, located in Cleveland Ohio has been aggressive at updating their mechanical systems. This project involved updated one of the original unit that serves the main office area.

Rocky River United Methodist Church


Facing rising utility and maintenance costs for their aging mechanical systems the church invested in a long term solution.

Great Lakes Brewing Company


A York 500 ton chiller is lifted onto the roof of the Great Lakes Brewing Company. This unit will be used in the beer making process. It will also be used to keep the building temperature controlled all year long.

Elyria Country Club


In February 2016 the 30 year old, atmospheric boiler was replaced with a new Laars high efficiency modulating boiler. The increase in energy efficiency over the old system qualified this installation for a 50% rebate from Columbia Gas.

Independence Presbyterian Church Sanctuary 


This 1963 addition was constructed without central air conditioning. Sitting next to the original 1855 historic structure, the goal was to add air conditioning and humidity control to both protect the wooden pipe organ and provide total comfort for the congregation.