test and balance
New HVAC systems will typically not meet design specifications upon startup. Adjusting the system to design specifications requires testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) of control devices.
Our goal is to help shareholders in the HVAC industry improve occupant comfort, achieve design specifications, extend maintenance intervals, improve energy efficiency, and ensure efficient operation of new and existing HVAC systems.
Our team of certified technicians will provide comprehensive testing & balancing along with a detailed, easy to read report assessing the system and providing information to resolve any problems, if necessary. We do a majority of our work on site and are able to do so in an occupied building with very little, if any disruption of workplace activities.
Symptoms of a building with an Air Balance issue:
Entry way doors "howl" and are difficult to open or won't remain closed
Odor issues in storage areas, break rooms or worse... bathrooms!
Frost forming on window sills in the winter
High and Low Temperature areas in a building
Cooling problems in the summer – no matter how long the AC runs the desired temperature is never met. Your building pressure could be negative, drawing in the hot and humid air. The AC can't ever catch up and your energy bills hurt worse than the heat...
Low Humidity – space is always very dry
Drafts – The wind tunnel effect. As you walk from one area of a building to another you can feel a breeze in one direction or another.