When it comes to heating and cooling commercial buildings, traditional HVAC systems can be bulky and inefficient. A packaged unit is an all-in-one system housing all the components that heat and/or cool a space, so the system’s footprint on available square footage is maximized. If you’re looking to reduce your energy costs, improve climate control, … Continue reading What To Know About Packaged HVAC Units
It’s easy to forget how hard your air ducts work to keep your commercial properties comfortable. Air handler sanitizing is a great way to alleviate some of the stress placed on your HVAC systems by helping them run as efficiently as possible and keeping them free of harmful contaminants. What Is Air Handler Sanitizing? Air … Continue reading How Can Air Handler Sanitizing Benefit My Business?
One of the most critical components of your commercial furnace is its heat exchanger. It’s important for building managers and their maintenance staff to understand how their furnace’s heat exchanger should operate, so they know when it is malfunctioning. A heat exchanger failure requires the attention of a skilled professional, so be sure you have … Continue reading All You Need To Know About Heat Exchangers
If your commercial HVAC system is stinking up your place of business, you need to get to the bottom of the issue before customers begin to leave. There are many different odors that your heating or cooling equipment can produce, and each one of them signals a specific issue that may be affecting your system’s … Continue reading Commercial HVAC Odors & What They Mean
Do you have an HVAC system in good working condition in your office, or do you have repairs for your aging furnace, boiler, or air conditioner pinned on a to-do list that you plan to get around to eventually? Many business owners and commercial property owners make the mistake of assuming that so long as … Continue reading The Real Cost of a Broken HVAC System in Your Commercial Office
How much professional attention has your commercial HVAC system had in the last year—or the last decade? Many commercial heating and cooling systems go unattended for years, accumulating problems and losing efficiency and performance until they finally fail entirely and a technician is called. At this point, you’re facing a more expensive repair alongside the … Continue reading Common Commercial HVAC Problems
The deadline to reach compliance with New York City Local Law 87 is fast approaching, and building owners need to understand what’s expected of them. Ensuring compliance with local laws and ordinances is a top responsibility for property managers. By staying on top of compliance requirements ahead of time, you can avoid expensive fines and … Continue reading Understanding NYC Local Law 87
Tending to your HVAC needs is an essential but costly component to operating your commercial building. Thanks to Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code, however, qualifying companies can save a lot of money on their heating and cooling needs over the years. Originally established in 1958, this tax code is updated regularly, and was … Continue reading What to Know About Commercial HVAC Tax Incentives
With its high infection rates and easy transmissibility, COVID-19 has proven to be a significant challenge for businesses throughout the New York metro area. Because the virus can be carried in respiratory droplets that are expelled while coughing, sneezing, or even talking, it is only logical to consider the possibility of the infection spreading through … Continue reading COVID-19 & HVAC: Frequently Asked Questions
Many of us are seeking ways to reduce global air pollution. It’s essential: Poor air quality makes it much more likely that employees will get sick … cognitive performance will drop, and productivity with it. It is predicted that by 2060, there will be 3.8 billion lost working days annually due to the effects of (outdoor) air … Continue reading What Is a MERV Rating? Does It Matter?