AC Tips for Commercial Building Owners

For building owners and facilities managers seeking to reduce emergency service calls and repairs, as well as lower operating and electricity costs, Quality Maintenance of air conditioning (AC) units is essential, according to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). According to a NYSERDA news release: Much like cars, AC systems require…

Keep Your Cool With BBB’s HVAC Tips

With the summer heat approaching its peak, it would be dreadful to be left without air conditioning in your facility. During this time of the year, heating and air conditioning companies are booming with business as a result of many buildings’ systems breaking down. Of course, the best way to deal with air conditioning issues…

HVAC Systems: How They Work

HVAC Systems: How They Work

The main purpose of commercial HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems is to provide the people working inside buildings with “conditioned” air so that they will have a comfortable and safe work environment. “Conditioned” air means that air is clean and odor-free, and the temperature, humidity, and movement of the air are within certain…

How Does An Air Conditioner Work?

The job of your air conditioner is move heat from inside your building to the outside, thereby cooling you and your building. Air conditioners blow cool air into your building by pulling the heat out of that air. The air is cooled by blowing it over a set of cold pipes called an evaporator coil.…