With spring finally here, now’s the ideal time to assess your air conditioning systems and ensure they’re ready for summer. Taking care of HVAC equipment maintenance during the spring offers you peace of mind knowing that your system is operating at peak efficiency and prepared for the rigors of summer.
If your organization is searching for a way to maximize energy savings, reduce operating costs, and simplify control systems, there is no better platform for accomplishing these goals than a building automation system (BAS).
We design HVAC systems that are customized specifically to your needs.
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Your indoor spaces need to be comfortable and healthy environments.
Call Legacy Mechanical for any HVAC or Plumbing emergency service.
When your HVAC system breaks down, or when your plumbing backs up, it can stop your business in its tracks.
If your commercial HVAC system is old or if it doesn’t seem like it can keep up with cold winters and blazing hot summers, you might want to consider an upgrade.
The plumbing in your business is very important but as a small business or building owner, keeping costs to a minimum is equally important, if not, even more so.
Plumbing is easy to take for granted until it stops working. Or worse, when an easily preventable issue costs a ton of money down the road, it’s easy to second guess yourself when an ounce of preventative maintenance would have saved your business hundreds, possibly thousands in repair costs.
For decades “building automation” meant setting the thermostat and watching the HVAC system work to maintain that temperature. Thermostats don’t adjust themselves, keep statistics, work remotely, or even know what the internet is.
For something that is so important to the comfort and well-being of the individuals inside, the heating, cooling and ventilation systems in your building are almost a complete afterthought, that is until they quit working.
If you have an older HVAC system that uses R22 refrigerant, or if you’re not sure what type of refrigerant your system uses, read on. Read more