Designing Heating and Cooling Systems in Large Buildings
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Designing Heating and Cooling Systems in Large Buildings

Have you ever wondered what goes into a heating or air conditioning system for a large office building or another large building like a mall or a school? My name is Evelyn, and I am an HVAC architect. I design heating and air conditioning systems for large, corporate buildings. Making sure that a large building with many rooms or offices is efficiently heated and cooled is a very large job and is much more complicated than simply heating or cooling a home. This blog will educate the reader on how heating and cooling jobs this large are designed and completed.

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Designing Heating and Cooling Systems in Large Buildings

  • Common Signs Of An Air Conditioning Air Duct Leak

    21 May 2019

    It is not uncommon for homeowners to not pay attention to their air conditioning's air ducts. Air ducts are typically hidden behind walls, in the ceiling, or under the floor, so it is easy to forget about them. However, air ducts can develop problems that require repair. One of the most common issues with a home's air conditioning air ducts is leaks. If an air duct develops a crack or hole, the air produced by the air conditioner condenser unit will seep or flow out, depending on the size of the leak.

  • Common Components Of A Heating System That Need To Be Repaired Or Replaced

    15 April 2019

    When you turn on your heater during the winter months, you most likely enjoy the warm air it provides without thinking too much about how your heater works. In reality, a residential heating system is actually quite complex and consists of a number of components that work together to produce hot air. Unfortunately, since a heating system is complex, if one or more components cease to function as it should, your heater may not work properly.

  • How To Contend With Low Water Pressure

    27 February 2019

    Low water pressure is really a frustrating problem. If you are constantly dealing with reduced water pressure, it is time to look for the underlying issues. You need to address this issue so as to prevent a bigger problem in the future. The most common reason for low water pressure is debris such as calcium deposits, rust, sediment, and other plumbing collections. These things clog the water pipe and result in low water pressure.

  • 4 Easy-Peasy Tips for First-Time Homeowners

    17 January 2019

    Have you just stepped away from renting to buy your first home? You may be completely thrilled to have a home of your own that is solely your responsibility, but this home will come with responsibilities you may not think of right off, especially when it comes to plumbing. Check out these four easy-peasy tips for first-time homeowners.  1. Keep plumbing connections tight. Invest in a pair of pliers and a good set of wrenches; you're going to need these tools to keep the plumbing connections in your home tight and secure.