Why Should You Perform Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing?
While testing, adjusting, and balancing may not be necessary for some residential applications and for businesses with a small square footage, most commercial spaces can benefit from TAB services, and some businesses rely on TAB services to ensure that they meet environmental requirements. Consider our TAB services for all of the following solutions:
Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
Your building relies on your HVAC system to introduce fresh, climate-controlled air throughout its spaces. With a poorly balanced HVAC system, you could have spaces with stagnant air, or you may have poor airflow throughout the building. Airflow ensures that dust, airborne debris, and commercial chemicals don’t build up within the work environment. In addition, stagnant air and high-moisture air can create problems, since mold and mildew are more likely to grow in these environments. During a TAB service call, your technician will ensure that all spaces throughout your business are receiving the fresh, filtered, climate-controlled air, and all spaces have proper airflow to cycle the air throughout the building.
Create a Balanced Climate Throughout Your Building
With numerous rooms throughout the interior of your building, it can be difficult to ensure that the whole environment remains climate-controlled. For example, you may end up with cold rooms at the ground level of your building, yet the upper floors are unbearably hot. Your HVAC technician will ensure that each zone receives the proper supply of climate-controlled air, so that the entirety of your building is comfortable. We can also ensure that your building has specific climate zones, if you need to have varied temperatures throughout your building.
Improve Your HVAC System Efficiency
With testing and balancing, you can maximize the efficiency of your HVAC system which saves energy while reducing your monthly bills. Over time, your TAB service will pay for itself. If you have an existing HVAC system, we can adjust and maintain its components to ensure that the units of the system work smoothly as they produce a climate-controlled environment. We can also adjust newly implemented HVAC systems to ensure that they efficiently heat or cool the spaces throughout your building.
Testing, adjusting, and balancing should be a part of your regular HVAC maintenance interval, especially if you have a larger system installed in your building. As your HVAC units age, they’ll require maintenance to ensure that your system continually receives adequate pressure. TAB maintenance will ensure that your system operates as it should. Adjusting and balancing may be achieved through maintenance services like lubricating a blower fan, fixing a frozen evaporator coil, or adjusting the vents throughout your system — among other services.
Implement a New HVAC System Properly
If you’re in the construction process, it’s crucial that you integrate an HVAC system that works well with the design of your space. We work with business owners, as well as other contractors on the job to ensure that ventilation and heating and cooling units are incorporated properly into the design of the building. From there, we can implement the HVAC design. And finally, we’ll test, adjust, and balance the HVAC system. Performing a TAB service after implementing a new HVAC system will ensure that your HVAC system is properly installed, and that all of its components work together to efficiently provide climate control throughout your property. Testing and balancing during and after an HVAC system installation will also reduce your bills for the lifetime of the system, and increase the longevity of the system, since the units won’t be overworked throughout the lifetimes of the heating and cooling systems.