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Tips To Increase The Energy Efficiency Of Your HVAC Systems

When it comes to HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) and air conditioning ducts, whether they’re on the roof or just beneath the ceiling, there are three main problems faced by building owners to keep them running smoothly and efficiently and we’ve been very successful at helping them solve all three problems.

 The main three HVAC system problems are:

  • Mold/Mildew/Bacteria in the air system
  • High energy costs as air gets warmer traveling through the ducts
  • Condensation that soaks & destroys fibrous insulation and drips to the rooms below

Mold spores traveling through the HVAC system can cause a major health risk for the occupants and pose substantial legal risks for building owners. Remediation of mold contaminated systems isn’t easy, and once the mold goes from the air system to the rooms, it begins to grow on walls, floors, and ceilings, putting the whole building at risk.

During the hottest months, cold air can quickly raise in temperature as it travels from the main HVAC system through multiple offices and floors. Trying to keep it cool from the source to the final destination can increase energy costs if the insulation isn’t working well.

Condensation is perhaps the most immediate issue that facility managers face when it comes to their HVAC ductwork. Whether you’re in a restaurant, retail store, or office building, no one wants to see condensation dripping down on people’s heads, electronics, or floors.

To see how we can help you with your HVAC systems please get in touch.

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