Life Expectancy of Commercial HVAC Equipment

Life Expectancy of Commercial HVAC Equipment

While you may take care of maintenance, you might also be considering how long the system will last. When was the last time it was replaced? How many years can you honestly expect to get out of your HVAC system? These questions are something to keep in mind when you own a business. Here’s a look at the factors that play a role in the commercial HVAC equipment lifespan.

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What are Building Automation Systems (BAS)?

What are Building Automation Systems (BAS)?

The term BAS stands for Building Automation Systems. Such a system is installed in a high-performance building during construction. A BAS system allows the building to be more energy efficient. The system will also be used to monitor the structure and ensure all components are working properly. Building Automation Systems also provide data which can be used to show how high-performance buildings work. This helps to see financing offered to companies that want to construct such facilities.

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Plumbing Issues to Take Seriously

Plumbing Issues to Take Seriously

When it comes to commercial properties, there are many areas in which the owner of the building has to take care of. The plumbing system is one area that needs maintenance to ensure proper functioning of the building. From bathroom areas to kitchens, we rely on plumbing systems for everyday use. It is important to be aware of common plumbing issues to make sure that your building operates efficiently and you are not wasting money. 

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Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Managing the temperature through compressors or ACs is a very expensive process. Cooling makes up at least 40 percent of your monthly energy consumption, which can quickly eat up your budget. Without HVAC, however, data centers would feel like the Sahara at the height of summer. This is why IT managers are trying to find ways to decrease temperature levels without racking up the electricity costs.

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Fundamentals of Efficient HVAC Design

Fundamentals of Efficient HVAC Design

When it comes to designing HVAC systems, many manufacturers are switching to energy efficient models and design methods. In fact, many factors go in to designing an efficient HVAC system, and this article will focus on those elements. Read carefully and take into consideration these tips on the fundamentals of efficient HVAC design. Upon reading, you will gain more insight into designing an HVAC system, as well as understand what to look for when purchasing a new HVAC system.

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Get a Commercial HVAC Inspection Before You Buy

Get a Commercial HVAC Inspection Before You Buy

Are you considering an investment in a new commercial building? Are you ready to take the next step of expanding your current business or starting one from scratch? Whatever the case may be, there is one area you need to look at before signing on the dotted line. That is the commercial HVAC system. It is imperative that you have a commercial HVAC system inspection completed before you buy. Here are some reasons why an inspection should be at the top of your to-do list.

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Cleaning Your HVAC Unit from Bird Droppings

Cleaning Your HVAC Unit from Bird Droppings

One of the main problems with an HVAC system exposed to natural elements is their susceptibility to the inconveniences of getting bird droppings. Aside from being contaminants, bird droppings are an unpleasant and unsightly mess that accumulates over time. Bird droppings can be responsible for keeping your unit from functioning properly and can be the source of undesirable high ammonia content freely entering the ventilation system. Here are some requirements and guidelines for cleaning your HVAC unit from bird droppings.

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Energy Efficiency for Your Facility

Energy Efficiency for Your Facility

Energy Efficiency for Your Facility The EPA estimates that the places where we work, shop, play, and learn spend $200 billion annually on electricity and natural gas. In all, this contributes to nearly half of our nation’s greenhouse gas emissions. Evaluating your building’s past and current energy

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