Building a new office building means you have the opportunity to take advantage of the greater efficiency and optimal operation of a new construction HVAC system. These strategies can help you extend the life of your new construction HVAC system and improve the efficiency of your newly constructed building.
- Create Specific Zones- Your new AC system should include several independently controlled zones throughout your building. Even in an open office space, different areas have different heating and cooling requirements. For example, large conference rooms will need more cooling when occupied and less cooling while empty.
- Size Your System Right- A system that is too large for your building will result in inadequate comfort conditions, while a unit that is too small will result in spaces that never quite meet your comfort requirements. Talk to us about load requirements for your new HVAC system to ensure you find the right fit for your building.
- Add Sensors- Occupancy sensors can keep tabs on how many people are using a particular space at one time. Thanks to these tracking capabilities, these sensors can send messages directly to your HVAC controls. For instance, when these sensors notice your office is full during the middle of the workday, they can send a signal to your HVAC system to increase the cooling power.
Our goal when we take on your new construction HVAC project is to provide a complete heating and cooling system that keeps your building comfortable and efficient in every season. Talk to us more about your new build and HVAC requirements by contacting us today.