There is no denying that the modern world brought about substantial improvements in technology that have had ripple effects as far-reaching as the agricultural industry.

With the concept of sustainability in mind, HVAC technologies have created tools that can help growers maintain the correct environment for growing successful indoor crops.

It is important to note that there exists an ultra-reliable heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and dehumidification (HVAC-D) system at EasyRoots.

It is a known fact amongst all qualified cannabis growers that the crop yield and the quality at which your cannabis plants grow are directly impacted by how precise the climate control capabilities your grow room HVAC systems have. Cannabis plants have highly specific climate conditions to ensure maximum crop yield and quality, and in order to set and maintain these climate conditions for the grow room, ample capacity and accurate controls are required.

This is why the better half of grow room HVAC systems out there contain a well-built climate control system which has a very fleshed-out system capable of helping the grower perform even the smallest of tweaks in the environment to ensure great climate conditions.

Let us discuss this in a bit of detail, highlighting each aspect required to be set in your grow room to achieve precision climate control.

A Deeper Look Into Grow Room HVAC and Climate Control

The EasyRoots HVAC system is optimized based on an individual company’s growing style and facility. Apart from its variable speed technology, it also has Wi-Fi-enabled controls for easier monitoring and controlling of growth conditions from anywhere. Further, the
Easy Roots Air Blenders eliminate the risk of mold growth my whisking moisture of the cannabis flowers.

With Easy Root’s systems, cultivators can have more grow room space with ductless systems, integrated CO2 controls, alarms, exhaust and more. We have carefully studied and developed this specialized HVAC system to exceed the specifications of those traditionally used in the past.

Driven by a mission to reduce indoor grow facilities’ power draw concerns, EasyRoots is the fastest-growing company within the indoor cultivation community.

Your Easy Roots system would have the ability to incorporate solar cooling to qualify HVAC for a 30% tax credit because of its extremely high-efficiency rating with an Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER) exceeding 30.

Not only is it lightweight and simple to install, keeping construction costs to a minimum, but its reliability is backed by its 10-year warranty.

However, no matter how efficient and packed with features an HVAC system may be, it is still not the only piece of equipment needed to achieve a truly precise climate-controlled environment.

As discussed earlier, growing any sort of cannabis requires proper control and precision, due to which similar systems pose a number of different challenges for a grower.

The cannabis industry also understands this, which is why they have set up regulations in place highlighting the fact that complete control over the environment is necessary to grow cannabis commercially.

Keeping this information in mind, let us take a closer look into the environmental aspects and requirements that are involved in achieving precise climate control.

Lighting Requirements

Efficient lighting is one of the first things that you must consider after installation of specialized cannabis HVAC systems. This is primarily because of the fact that all plants need sufficient light to perform photosynthesis, and the cannabis plant is no different.

In addition to the conventional lighting requirements, there are some unique conditions which they require as well that may require a grower to implement specific lighting design.

Cannabis plants come in a family of what is known as photoperiod plants. What this means is that these types of plants are highly dependent on light in order to determine the time they start flowering and require extended periods of darkness in order to begin to do so.

Due to this, it is crucial to provide all of the cannabis plants with proper lighting, which fulfills the condition of supplying them with both full brightness and complete darkness from time to time.

Although the day/night lighting design cycle for these cannabis grow rooms varies from strain to strain, it is a general fact that these types of plants need long days and short nights when they are in the vegetative state but longer nights when they begin to start flowering.

Engineering for a grow room that accommodates both a full dark and full light cycle is a challenge unique to indoor cultivation.

Temperature Control

Just like the other plants, cannabis also thrives within a comfortable temperature range that helps maximize the growth and development of all plants so that they can grow at a healthy pace and become large flower producing crops. When it comes to temperature control, there are many types of systems, such as heat pumps, air conditioners, chiller systems, ventilation systems or packaged rooftop units, that can be used to control the room environment.

However, most growers use specialized cannabis HVAC systems mainly because of the precision they offer when it comes to tweaking minor aspects of the environment.

Mold and Mildew Prevention

Another challenge that every cannabis grower has to deal with when they are growing cannabis plants is the possibility of mold or mildew developing.

This is the reason why a grow room HVAC system with proper humidity control is such an important addition to combat mold and mildew buildup.

One of the most common reasons for mold, such as bud rot and powdery mildew, being developed on your cannabis plants is a lack of humidity control, and these mildews can completely destroy the crops.

If left untreated for an extended period of time, they will start to spread rapidly throughout the grow room and can infect a large number of plants.


Currently, EasyRoots supplies climate control solutions, such as air mixing, ventilation and filtration, dehumidifiers, and energy-efficient grow room HVAC.

As for our mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering services, we provide best-in-class cultivation facility design and engineering services for MEP system implementation, as well as sourcing and contractor support.
More than an equipment supplier, we also want to serve as a resource for new businesses navigating the construction process.
Learn more about the EasyRoots HVAC system and its ability to recover waste heat from grow rooms for cold weather environments, or the ability to implement solar for warm weather regions.

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