When a system is originally installed, it is sized and designed to meet the needs of the building at that time. But buildings change, and so do the operations that take place within the buildings. There might be more people in the building and more electronic equipment — computers, printers, copiers and the like. Simply replacing HVAC equipment in kind does not take these changes into account. To get the most occupant comfort and energy efficiency out of your current HVAC system, and to reduce costs, your new system should be retrofitted with a design that matches the current needs of the facility.

  • Accommodate changes in building space configuration and layout
  • Extensive building audit and system design experience
  • Furnaces, air conditioning, ventilation, flooring
  • Save energy and reduce costs