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What Is a Commercial HVAC Inspection?

What Is a Commercial HVAC Inspection?

  A commercial HVAC inspection refers to the reviewing of heating and cooling systems of a commercial building. The commercial building could be a school, an office, supermarkets or any kind of building where people do commercial activities. An inspection does not usually put into consideration codes or manufacturer requirements; it is just meant to reveal any malfunctioning aspects of your HVAC system. It involves testing of all cooling and heating components of your commercial space and gives fixation and upgrade recommendations that can restore the efficiency of your HVAC.  Even though many people prefer to inspect HVAC that is already installed, it is paramount to inspect your HVAC before you even buy or install it. Pre-Installation HVAC Inspection Every commercial facility is typical in size and design. For this reason, it is vital to ensure the HVAC system installed can work to cover all required areas and as efficiently as expected. If proper pre-installation inspection is done, there will be perfect planning, installation, and maintenance approach. The HVAC inspection professional can identify any faults, safety concerns, and other problematic aspects. If such aspects are well-fixed before installing your HVAC, the system is going to work safely and efficiently. Such problems could result in a very little recourse if left unidentified. This could cost you thousands of dollars of repairs and upgrades.   Inspection of Installed HVAC System An installed HVAC system is vulnerable since it is subjected to the inevitable wear and tear process. Inspecting it can help diagnose problems and fix them early before they advance to become bigger problems. Lots of issues could be identified in...
How Do We Install a Commercial Heating System?

How Do We Install a Commercial Heating System?

Installing a commercial heating system requires proper planning and use of professional skills. Assuming you have already bought the system, we can analyze your place and plan on how we can perfectly install it.   If you are still contemplating to buy a heating system and you don’t know where to start, we can offer you professional tips. These tips can enable you to buy top quality commercial heating systems that will not only work efficiently but also last longer than most of the brands in the market.   We Obtain Installation Permissions on Your Behalf   A commercial place is normally used by members of the public. The authorities need to be involved to ensure they approve the installation of the commercial heating system. As professionals, we are easily trusted by the authorities so we can speak on your behalf and obtain permissions.   As a client, you may not be able to explain the details of a heating system and permission may be denied. For us, we are used to these projects and we are known to be licensed and approved so the government listens to us.   We Can Install All Kinds of Brands   Commercial heating systems may differ in size, functioning and technology used. We are not limited to any machine, we can look at your brand and plan an installation process. Choose your own brand and we will be there to make sure it is installed.   Before we leave your place, we test every aspect of your commercial heating system to ensure it works in the required standards. Based on your individual...
How Do We Install a Commercial Air Conditioner?

How Do We Install a Commercial Air Conditioner?

Commercial air conditioning is a necessity for any commercial building. Besides providing cold internal temperatures during summer seasons, air conditioners also purify air making it be clean for people to breathe. Proper regulation of humidity, ventilation, and temperature regulation yield a conducive working environment.     Your building may be complex, with several sections and rooms but that does not matter to us because we analyze the place and identify the proper layout to install your air conditioner. We aim at achieving uniformity in cold air distribution inside the commercial building. How do we install it? Follow the process.   Proper Evaluation of Your Place   If you don’t have an air conditioner yet, we evaluate your place and determine the size of the air conditioner that will efficiently and satisfactorily serve your place. Commercial spaces are always big and complex so they require bigger AC machines compared to residential homes. If you install a small air conditioner, you will have to either replace it or upgrade it both of which are costly.   For those who already have an air conditioner, we analyze your place, understand its sections and then start the installation. Our process is precise and error-free leading to the efficient functioning of your air conditioner.   For commercial air conditioner installation, we consider several factors including building size, the cooling capacity of the AC, product warranties and required maintenance. All these are important for the proper installation of your AC and ensuring it works efficiently in your commercial building.   Proper Ducts Installation   Duct layout is what determines the distribution of cold air in...
What’s Wrong with my HVAC Air Flow?

What’s Wrong with my HVAC Air Flow?

Having problems with your air flow? Free and consistent air flow is crucial to the efficiency and performance of your HVAC system. Your HVAC air flow can be compromised for any number of reasons, so it is important to address the issue as quickly as possible to find the right fix. How do I know if I have an HVAC air flow problem? There are several indicators that can make you aware that you are not getting sufficient air flow from your HVAC system. Some signs to watch for may include: Uneven heating An imbalance of air pressure Just a hint of air coming from the vents Uneven Heating If you are noticing hot and cold pockets of air throughout your home, it could be due to an issue air flow. If one room is hot and the next room is cold, that is typically one of the first signs of disrupted air flow in your HVAC unit. Air Pressure Imbalance If you have been experiencing things like: Hissing or whistling sounds Breezy or drafty areas in the home Doors seemingly slamming on their own If this has been happening in your home, don’t worry it’s probably not haunted. More likely it is an imbalance of air pressure in your HVAC system. Weak Air from Vents If you can barely feel any air coming out of a vent that is right in front of you, there is probably a blockage in air flow. What causes an HVAC air flow problem? A blockage in air flow in your HVAC unit can be caused by a variety of factors. Some of...
What Causes HVAC Inefficiency for my Air Conditioner?

What Causes HVAC Inefficiency for my Air Conditioner?

It is not always easy to spot inefficiencies when it comes to your HVAC air conditioning unit. In some cases, you may not even realize there is a problem until you begin to notice unusually high electricity bills. That is why routine maintenance by an HVAC professional is so useful for sustaining optimal performance. If you notice you are not getting the results you should out of your HVAC unit, it can be due to a variety of factors. Reasons for Inefficient Performance from an HVAC Air Conditioning Unit There are many different elements that may play a role in problems with your air conditioner. Some of these factors might be: Blockage in air flow A coolant leak Accumulation of dirt and dust Ice build up Unit is inappropriate for the area it is cooling Poor maintenance A replacement may be required Air Flow Blockage For your HVAC air conditioning unit to operate effectively, air needs to be able to flow in and out, and throughout the system with ease. If this is not happening, then the unit will work harder and run for longer periods in an attempt to bring down temperature levels. Air flow blockages can be cause by things like: A clogged or obstructed filter A leak in the ductwork A problem with the motor Obstructed vents A Coolant Leak If coolant levels become low in your air conditioner, then the unit works harder and runs longer to try to compensate. The coolant, or refrigerant, that powers your HVAC unit should never run out, so if levels are low, it means that there is a leak....
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