Any major building project needs an HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system. Any system that involves any of the three elements can be considered an HVAC system. Whether it involves one or incorporates more elements, it’s crucial to have a team of specialists work on its design.
Because HVAC systems control so much of your building’s climate, they tend to get quite complex. In the long run, a custom design that best suits your building’s layout will provide a very good return on investment. Our engineers will calculate your building’s specific needs and design a system that will operate optimally within very specific parameters.
Another reason, besides costs, is comfort. These systems control the humidity, temperature, and airflow that’s being pumped into your building’s inner climate. This process can affect a lot of different factors, like employee productivity and health, client satisfaction if you’re in a business that involves personal interaction with your clients, the list goes on.
Energy efficiency can help you save a fortune on costs, but it also contributes to a cleaner future. It’s becoming clearer that our available resources are limited and it’s very important to use them efficiently. Our HVAC system designs will ensure that your building’s impact on climate change will be minimal, something that’s very important when working with refrigerants, a known culprit in our negative impact on the environment.
As stated above, HVAC systems tend to get pretty complicated. For starters, different systems use different types of energy. Air conditioning uses electricity, while a central heating system can be powered using natural gas. Add alternative fuels, like oil, and it already gets much more confusing. Our team of professionals can guide you through the whole process, explaining the pros and cons of each type of system and fuel, giving you the best possible solution for your building project.
Whether you’re interested in a split HVAC system, which is easy to operate and is installed both inside and outside of your building project or choose to go with a hybrid system, which focuses more on energy efficiency, take comfort in knowing that our professional engineering teams can ensure your project falls in line with local code regulations, avoiding unnecessary spending and delays. Our engineers have worked in office, education, and hotel engineering projects, so you’ll have access to industry professionals who are very familiar with ambitious designs.
Our team can design or upgrade your HVAC system, so you can always take advantage of our expertise and cut operational costs. The US commercial sector is responsible for a big chunk of the nation’s energy consumption, a big part of this being heating, ventilation and air conditioning. It’s never too late to boost the comfort and efficiency of your building and business.