Our HVAC Conditions Assessment lets you know precisely how your system is impacting your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and your bottom line.
An HVAC system can be viewed as a facility’s cardiovascular and respiratory system supplying conditioned air to areas and occupants. The air handler is the heart of this system, where outdoor air is drawn in, filtered, conditioned, and mixed with return air. This “supply” air is then distributed through a network of ducts to and from areas of the building. Primary components include dampers, fans or blowers, heating and cooling coils, air filters, boilers or furnaces, compressors, ductwork to convey the air, and diffusers or registers to distribute the air evenly.
Routine preventive maintenance is the key to avoiding premature wear and tear on components that can lead to repair or early replacement. It is critical to be aware of the system’s condition and components and perform routine cleaning and minor repairs. This proactive approach can extend equipment life and allow for scheduling significant repairs or replacements at a time when it has less impact on disrupting business. Over time, “dirt, dust, debris” can lead to the demise of an HVAC system. At a minimum, unwanted contaminants can inflict damage to equipment that leads to premature wear and tear, increased maintenance costs, increased cleaning costs, and lower operating efficiency.
We offer three distinct AHU assessment services that are designed to help your facility improve your maintenance, indoor air quality and overall system performance:
Level 1 - Visual AHU Assessment
Level 2 - Visual & Environmental HVAC Assessment
Level 3 - Visual, Environmental & Performance HVAC Assessment
Your HVAC system can become dirty over time, which can decrease its performance and degrade your facility’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) to the detriment of the occupants’ health.