One of Kudrinko’s biggest sustainability projects was addressing the “super high humidity” in his store during the summer, something that affected both the store environment and the efficiency of the refrigeration system. One step was to replace the R-8 insulation in the roof with R-40 insulation along with a new roof (cost: $50,000). That was followed by the removal of the dropped ceiling in the retail space of the store and installation of ceiling fans to achieve ...

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