Your HVAC system networks work through several tasks at once. These functionalities keep your building’s climate comfortable and promote proper ventilation to maintain healthy indoor air quality (IAQ). Automated HVAC building controls are centralized devices that manage a building’s heating and cooling system. A building automated system (BAS) is also known as smart HVAC control.
Building automation and control systems can be used in residential properties, the most well-known example being a thermostat. Commercial buildings incorporate large, complex systems with more working parts, so their setup and operations are intricate. Commercial building automated systems must work effectively and efficiently, specializing in energy preservation.
A controller is a device connected to the system’s infrastructure, enabling you to monitor and control your HVAC’s functionality online via a user interface, sensors, or thermostats that indicate temperature or humidity levels. With automated HVAC building controls, you can:
When technology malfunctions, it can be challenging to identify the root of the problem, and getting multiple people involved can be time-consuming and counterproductive. With BAS, you can spot red flags and potential pain points with system software that quickly determines the issue. Via your user interface, BAS helps you figure out where the problem is originating, which areas are affected, and who’s best fit to quickly rectify it.
Since BAS offers such a streamlined approach to problem solving, your system runs more smoothly. If issues arise, they don’t linger. Even with several temperature pain points in one zone, BAS can help maintain a comfortable climate in the area until a problem is resolved.
When you must hire multiple technicians to solve each problem within your facility, your budget is stretched past its limit. The more technicians and resources you need to solve an HVAC issue, the more expensive it becomes. Plus, the problem worsens or goes unresolved if they’re unsure what to address.
However, an automated system can self-diagnose before a professional needs to intervene. When you neglect to solve an issue, the system works harder and wastes energy, which increases your monthly bill. When your HVAC system is operating properly, it preserves energy and minimizes your need for costly maintenance and repairs.
Honeywell controllers are capable of maximizing building efficiency while maintaining the comfort of their occupants. With a range of controllers, Air Comfort is a proud authorized distributor of their innovative products. Technology in HVAC has grown more dynamic; Honeywell keeps up with the changes, offering superior building automation. With their scalable solutions, both Honeywell and Air Comfort are positioned to exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers.
Carrier’s lineup of advanced controllers gives users power and peace of mind. Whether your system is standard or customized, Carrier has the controls to handle your building’s needs; their range of solutions covers all HVAC applications. Carrier is also backed by over 100 years of experience. Their products offer indoor air quality and other HVAC solutions that are monitored and operated using their sophisticated line of building automation systems.
If your building is overdue for a new installation or retrofit, call our courteous professionals to come up with the best solution for you.
At Air Comfort, we maintain our high customer retention rates and integrity thanks to our certified control system technicians. We take pride in our work ethic, and we perform jobs perfectly the first time. Before we start on your project, we conduct a thorough consultation and inspection of your facility. Gaining a clear sense of direction and pinpointing your needs and desires helps us to exceed your expectations. After we solidify a plan, we help you achieve energy preservation and lower utility bills with building automated system control.
Air Comfort is Chicago’s leading HVAC technician, specializing in exceptional service and long-term solutions. Call us today for your heating and air conditioning needs, whether it’s HVAC maintenance, emergency repairs, or retrofitting. We provide our expertise, keeping your facility’s climate comfortable and your air healthy and clean.
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