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.
27 April 2020
In the age of COVID-19, you cannot be too careful. Even if you have plumbing concerns in your house, you might have some worries about how to have them taken care of while also maintaining social distance to protect your family. These steps can help keep everybody involved safe and healthy. Plumbers Can Use Hand Sanitizer Before Arriving Do you have concerns about your plumber entering your home with dirty hands?
22 March 2020
Though HVAC systems are incredibly important in homes and businesses, they are that much more crucial for nursing homes. HVAC systems are responsible for keeping spaces comfortable and cool throughout the summer and comfortable and warm throughout the winter, but they are play a role in air circulation and indoor air quality. For residents of nursing homes, this can have a significant impact on their overall health. Keep reading to learn a few ways that air conditioning maintenance can ensure seniors in nursing homes remain safe and comfortable.
12 February 2020
Ensuring your home remains comfortable each day will mean keep it the ideal temperature. This will mean having an HVAC system that runs effectively. However, there are several things you'll need to accomplish to help you get the best results. One of the includes having air vents that are clean and free of debris. Knowing why this is important may be the key to starting and completing this task. 1. Reduce energy costs
14 January 2020
Without adequate refrigerant in your air conditioner, your AC wouldn't be able to cool your home. The refrigerant circulates from the condenser outside to the evaporator coils in the indoor air handler as the unit runs. The refrigerant changes from a liquid to a gas and back again as it flows in a continuous circle between the two parts of your AC. When a refrigerant line gets a leak, the air your AC puts out gets warmer gradually until your AC can't make cool air any longer.