Testing a building ensures that the engineer’s design is met for the building. Also during the testing phase, design and construction deficiencies such as hot or cold spots, drafts, odors or noisy areas may be identified early and solutions may be implemented quickly by the contractor or vendor.
The results of Test and Balance in new construction are invaluable to the new building owner, considering the cost of the building. Through these procedures, solutions to complex system performance problems are found and corrected prior to the expiration of the equipment and installation warranty.
For existing buildings, it’s never too late. These procedures will assure the HVAC systems are operating per design specifications. This will help avoid unnecessary heating and cooling over expenditures, occupant discomfort and potential air quality problems.
- Certified Test, Adjust, and Balance of Air and Water Systems
- Periodic Certification of Laboratory and Fume Hoods
- Preconstruction Review of HVAC Plans and Specifications
- Duct Leakage Testing
- Mechanical System Surveys
- Construction Inspections
- Sound Level Testing
- Indoor Air Quality Testing
- Fume Hood Testing