If your facility had the perfect HVAC system for its layout, you’d always have good indoor air quality and manageable HVAC costs. But how can you get the right HVAC system for your commercial facility’s layout and design? You should partner with an HVAC company that provides HVAC design/build, plan and spec, and installation services. Luckily, Air Comfort Corp. offers all those services and more. Let’s look at what those services provide and how they offer the right system for your facility’s HVAC needs.
As their name implies, design/build services include designing and building an HVAC system from scratch. What does the Air Comfort design/build process look like? It starts with a site survey where we examine your facility or your building plans, depending on whether you need an HVAC system for an existing facility or a new construction project. Then we determine your building’s HVAC specifications, and we design your HVAC system to align with them. Once we complete the design phase, we build the system and install it in your facility. During the construction and installation phases, we use our in-house fabrication shop to provide any customized components your system may need to generate the right HVAC loads for your building. Then we commission and deploy your HVAC system in your commercial building so it has the right amount of heating, air conditioning, and ventilation for your building’s design and operations.
Plan and spec services are similar to design/build, except that in this case we don’t design the HVAC system from scratch. With plan and spec, a customer brings us existing blueprints designed by someone else. We review the project drawings and create CAD drawings to outline how we plan to install the HVAC system. We also make sure your system meets your building’s HVAC specifications. Then we calculate the loads an energy-efficient HVAC system needs to heat, cool, and ventilate your building effectively.
Yes, we do. We work with our customers to plan HVAC duct systems that ventilate their buildings properly. When we create a duct system for your commercial facility, we use our sheet metal fabrication capabilities to create the duct work ourselves, instead of ordering it from a third party. This practice allows us to customize the ductwork so it fits your facility perfectly. Then we can implement any type of duct that you need, whether it’s a flexible duct, a branch duct, or a supply duct. Need help improving the air flow throughout your building? Want to improve the connections between your HVAC system’s indoor unit and outdoor unit? Air Comfort is here to help you. We have all the services you need to create the perfect duct system for your commercial building.
What does the Air Comfort design/build process look like? It starts with a site survey where we examine your facility or your building plans, depending on whether you need an HVAC system for an existing facility or a new construction project. Then we determine what your building’s HVAC specifications are, and we design your HVAC system to align with them. Once we complete the design phase, we build the system and install it in your facility.
Our installation services include much more than installing the entire HVAC system. We can also install ductwork on its own, and we can install pieces of equipment, such as condensing boilers and absorption chillers. No matter what HVAC component your system needs, we have the parts and the services to help you. We use our installation services to make sure you get the perfect HVAC system for your building. Why is the right installation important for your facility? It’s important because a system that meets all your HVAC needs will reduce your energy costs and produce good quality air throughout your building. Air Comfort provides the installation services you need to increase your energy savings and improve your indoor air quality.
Reach out to us today if you want to install the perfect HVAC system for your commercial building or facility.
Air Comfort’s mission is to work closely with customers to provide a true “comfort level” for their businesses, with uninterrupted performance and round-the-clock reliability.