Posts Tagged ‘ HVAC ’

Why You Should Consider VRF Technology for Your HVAC

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

VRF technology, or variable refrigerant flow, is gaining new attention in the mainstream HVAC industry. Although it is more than ten years old, the past decade has seen it skyrocket in popularity. While there are some limitations to consider, in… Read More

High-Efficiency HVAC Among Most Popular Trends In Commercial Building

Friday, December 16th, 2016

According to Lux Research, an independent research firm specializing in emerging technology, the green building sector is expected to grow by $280 billion globally by 2020. This data, coupled with the LEED v4 standards set to take effect later this… Read More

Deferred Maintenance of Commercial HVAC Systems Could Cost You

Friday, December 9th, 2016

Commercial building managers and owners are operating on a tight budget. The demand for equipment that produces more energy efficient technology is becoming an expensive necessity. As funds previously allocated for HVAC maintenance are pushed aside for improved technologies, many… Read More

Growth in VAV Market Means Decreased Energy Consumption

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

A recent report by Research and Markets has found that the global market for variable air volume (VAV) systems is projected to reach $ 13.44 billion by 2021. Unlike constant air volume systems, VAV systems vary the airflow at a… Read More

4 Ways to Improve Data Center Efficiency

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

In the past, data centers have been designed for capacity, performance, and reliability and often at the expense of efficiency. With the rising standards of energy efficiency, it’s essential to know just how your unit can function most effectively. According… Read More

How You Can Prepare For The R-22 Phase-Out

Friday, November 4th, 2016

Ozone-depleting substances (ODS) have been regulated as class I or class II controlled substances by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Class I substances, which have higher ozone depletion potential, have been completely phased out in the U.S., with a few… Read More

Your Commercial Building Needs HVAC Preventative Maintenance

Friday, October 28th, 2016

During the summer months, the air in Maryland was hot and sticky and your HVAC ran consistently to keep your buildings cool. But the temperature has cooled off significantly this week, which means that fall is officially here. Many commercial… Read More

Does Your Facility Have an Equipment Rental Plan for Emergencies?

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

If the answer to that question is ‘no’, you should. Emergencies and disasters happen, and total air and power failures can be hugely detrimental to any facility. Equipment rental provides peace of mind for power and HVAC when these disasters… Read More

The Issues with Deferred Maintenance of Commercial HVAC Systems

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Building owners and facility managers are often operating under very tight maintenance budgets, especially in today’s economy. Because of this, many rely on Deferred Maintenance as a means to save money on commercial HVAC maintenance. However, postponing maintenance activities, such… Read More

Maintain Tenant Comfort with an HVAC Equipment Rental Strategy

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

As humans, we have a basic need to be comfortable. During those hot and humid summers here in the Washington DC area, we want nothing more than to walk into a nice, cool building to escape the heat. In the… Read More