Commercial Cooling System Upgrade

cooling system repair in MissouriAmerican Services commercial cooling system installation in Overland MO asks; what are cooling and ventilation system upgrades?

To establish increased indoor air quality levels and improve occupant comfort through HVAC cooling system upgrades the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) recommends good ventilation, low noise and low air movement.

Individual temperature/humidity control units hold a maximum level of 45 percent RH (Relative humidity) in the summer and a minimum of 35 percent RH in the winter. Once these parameters can be established, the actual design and planning of the cooling system upgrade project, and selection of specific equipment can then be considered for the implementation and installation phase.

Day to day operational maintenance of an HVAC(heating ventilation and air conditioning) system, and routine scheduled inspections help ensure that all mechanical equipment and operating systems are running efficiently at optimal performance levels.

Occasionally a preventive maintenance checks and service operation will find that the system is either out of date or operating efficiently. Since most HVAC systems account for approximately 40 to 60 percent of the energy used in commercial applications. Because of these energy consumption percentage rates it becomes important to determine when to upgrade your cooling and ventilation system. Upgrading the cooling and ventilation system can net energy savings up to 46 percent relatively quickly, therefore making the determination to upgrade and then making the proper upgrades by using a competent HVAC/ Cooling system installation designer is key to cost savings potential and efficient operations management.

Not only can upgrades help to save money on utility bills, but making improvements to a cooling system and can help increase occupants comfort level and improve indoor environmental quality. Caution, before making any system upgrades, the installation should be thoroughly inspected for any inefficiency in the structure, building envelope and other mechanical equipment.