Keeping Your Home or Business Comfortable and Healthy
With our in-house design, estimation and draughting resources we can service and deliver full design and build, from concept to commissioning projects. As well as providing detailed engineering and shop drawings on specified projects. Our experienced team offer specialised design, engineering and analysis, such as Heat Load Calculation, Energy simulation and modelling, as well as ensuring your project is delivered on time and stays within budget.
Types of HVAC Systems:
There are two main types of HVAC systems: central and split. Central systems have a single unit that provides heating and cooling for the entire home or business. Split systems have two units: an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit contains the compressor and condenser, while the indoor unit contains the evaporator.
Central HVAC Systems:
Central HVAC systems are the most common type of system. They are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to fit the needs of any home or business. Central systems can be either air-source or water-source. Air-source systems use the outside air to heat and cool your home or business. Water-source systems use a central water heater to provide heat and a central air conditioner to provide cooling.
Split HVAC Systems:
Split HVAC systems are a good option for smaller homes or businesses. They are also a good option for homes or businesses that have limited space for an outdoor unit. Split systems are available in both air-source and water-source configurations.
It’s important to have your HVAC system properly maintained to ensure that it operates efficiently and lasts for many years. The frequency of maintenance will vary depending on the type of system you have and the climate you live in. However, it’s a good idea to have your system serviced at least once a year.
HVAC maintenance typically includes the following:
- Cleaning the filters
- Checking the refrigerant levels
- Lubricating the moving parts
- Inspecting the unit for leaks
HVAC systems offer a number of benefits, including:
- Comfort: HVAC systems can help you keep your home or business at a comfortable temperature, regardless of the outside weather.
- Efficiency: HVAC systems can help you save money on your energy bills.
- Indoor air quality: HVAC systems can help improve the quality of the air in your home or business by removing pollutants and allergens.
- Peace of mind: knowing that your HVAC system is properly maintained can give you peace of mind knowing that your home or business is comfortable and efficient.