Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing
Design, Installation, Service & Repair
PO Box 877
162 Pointe South Drive
Randleman, NC 27317
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HVAC Commissioning is a one-time investment that creates major costs savings over the life of your system. We’ll perform a thorough and comprehensive test of your new or older HVAC system to reduce your operating and maintenance costs, improve the comfort of a building's occupants, and extend the life of your equipment.
What is HVAC Commissioning and What Types of Projects Need It?
HVAC Commissioning replicates various operating conditions and determines if your system responds properly. Any performance issues are recorded, diagnosed, and resolved during commissioning. Once complete, the system is verified to be in perfect working condition.
Commissioning focuses on critical systems, however any project that involves automatic control of mechanical systems should be commissioned, such as:
• Heating or air conditioning unit replacement
• Heating or cooling upgrades
• Replacement or installation of automatic valves or dampers
• Installation or replacement of fans, heating and ventilation units or duct
Like any other mechanical system, many HVAC systems require a periodic
tune-up to maintain peak performance. So retro-commissioning should be performed regularly over the life of your system—even if no modifications are currently recommended.
What you get when commissioning your HVAC equipment…
• Document your current system operation.
• Reduce/eliminate equipment complaints and breakdown.
• Reduce frequency of maintenance service requests and work orders.
• Reduce overall energy usage and resulting costs.
• Increase your facility life and equipment life.
• Identify operational and maintenance enhancements to improve your energy
efficiency, comfort, and indoor air quality.
• Identify and implement Operational & Maintenance (O&M) practices to
reduce your energy costs and O&M costs.
Your Life Cycle Cost Analysis
A Life Cycle Cost Analysis is integral to the design and building of an HVAC system. An analysis uncovers allocated costs that enable the building owner to fully recover those costs. In most cases, all expenses can be recovered.
Here’s what a Life Cycle Cost Analysis tells you…
1. Compare initial cost vs. energy used for life of equipment. Determine payback of higher cost equipment with lower operating cost.
2. Compare initial cost vs. life of equipment. Determine actual cost per year of owning equipment.
3. Compare initial cost vs. maintenance cost. Determine actual cost over life of different equipment.
We service Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Reidsville, Pinehurst, Salisbury, Kannapolis, Randleman, Asheboro, and surrounding NC areas.