For decades “building automation” meant setting the thermostat and watching the HVAC system work to maintain that temperature. Thermostats don’t adjust themselves, keep statistics, work remotely, or even know what the internet is.
For something that is so important to the comfort and well-being of the individuals inside, the heating, cooling and ventilation systems in your building are almost a complete afterthought, that is until they quit working.
If you have an older HVAC system that uses R22 refrigerant, or if you’re not sure what type of refrigerant your system uses, read on. Read more
When you decide to hire a HVAC-R company to perform routine maintenance and periodic inspections, you are taking an important first step to protecting your HVAC investment and make sure it lasts you faithfully for years.
You rely on your HVAC system to provide comfortable air regardless of the conditions outside. This is what keeps your doors open during the oppressive heat of summer and bone-chilling winter cold.
Colorado winters are not known for being kind to your commercial HVAC system. We get snow, we get rain, we get straight line winds that batter your roof and outdoor units.
When you think of the HVAC system in your home, the outdoor condenser and the furnace inside usually come to mind. But one aspect of HVAC that often gets overlooked is the ductwork.
The short answer is both. According to energy.gov, older furnace or boiler systems were only energy efficient in the 50-70% range.
That means a good amount of the fuel you bought to heat your home Went to waste.
Sheet metal has thousands of different uses and applications. The techniques used to shape the metal into usable forms is essential for preserving the integrity of the materials and workmanship.
Commercial plumbing isn’t nearly as simple as residential plumbing. Commercial buildings have more bathrooms, sinks, and drains which means more opportunities for things to go wrong.