When it comes to building management and HVAC, the way to reduce cost is to cut down on waste. An efficient building is a cost-effective building, and at Air Comfort we know this doesn’t happen by accident.
Your HVAC system can account for more than half of your building costs, but since heating and air conditioning is what keeps your building cool in summer and warm in winter, it is also a major factor in keeping your business’s doors open. Heating and cooling may be a necessary cost, but with the right HVAC partner, you can find ways to increase the efficiency of your system and make sure you get the most out of it as possible.
Most people believe that when HVAC equipment loses efficiency toward the end of its useful life it needs to be replaced. While years of wear and tear can do permanent damage to components, as long as parts are available and you have an experienced, knowledgeable HVAC engineer, you can extend the useful life of your equipment. New technologies and different commercial HVAC repair methods can also be a viable strategy that can infuse new life into your equipment without the significant expense of purchasing something new.
Regular, quality maintenance is the absolute best way to protect your equipment and ensure your system isn’t wasting energy due to substandard or faulty performance. Many times, this means a simple cleaning or adjustment. We follow the requirements laid out by the equipment manufacturers so your equipment gets the maintenance meant for that particular brand or model.
The engineers at Air Comfort understand the value that building automation can bring to any facility. These are cutting edge tools that not only give a facility manager precise control over the building, but it also provides quantitative analysis of how much energy the building has used over a given time. These systems can integrate HVAC with lighting systems, fire protection, and security systems to provide complete control, which leads to more efficient operations and lower building costs across the board.
A thorough energy audit and assessment of your energy usage, facility output, and HVAC-related spending practices is a crucial way to reduce how much it costs to run your system. We analyze how well your system circulates good-quality air through your facility and determine where its weak points lie. After we complete our audit, we show you how to maintain your HVAC system and keep it running efficiently. Air Comfort will show you what you need to know going forward.
The age of your HVAC system goes well beyond the date it was installed. It’s difficult to estimate a lifespan of a mechanical system if you are not trained to spot small imperfections and issues that can grow into larger, more expensive problems down the road. Our inspections can uncover leaks, improperly sealed ducts, and other potential issues. The best way to get the most lifespan from your equipment is to perform regular checkups by well-trained eyes.
The way to accomplish all of the above is to partner with Air Comfort—a qualified, experienced HVAC contractor and design consultant. Our preventive maintenance plans will:
- Proactively allow you to plan and budget for your HVAC system instead of waiting for it to break down and paying a large sum for major repairs.
- Know which tasks the technician will perform during a maintenance visit for periodic or seasonal maintenance.
- Reduce energy costs in the long run since your system will run more efficiently and you won’t have to pay for major repairs as often.
- Adapt to your needs so they fit your facility and your business operations.
- Provide reliable 24/7 emergency services in case something does go wrong.
Your HVAC system is an important investment in the comfort and health of your building’s occupants. The best way to protect this investment is to partner with the expert HVAC design consultants at Air Comfort. Whether you need furnace, heat pump, or AC repairs, connect with us today to find out how we can help you.
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.