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Granbury Heating Service, Glenn-Aire, Discusses The Costs For H.V.A.C.’s & H.V.A.C. Related-Equipment.

Today’s business environment is placing increased demands on building H.V.A.C. systems in numerous ways, while at the same time, improved H.V.A.C. equipment has evolved to meet those demands cost-effectively.

Comfort is control:

The increased demand by occupants on temperature & air flow once required mechanical engineers to group 4 or 5 offices together on 1 thermostat, where now there are often only 3 offices per thermostat.

Occupants also demand improved air quality, whether achieved with:

  • Increased air flow
  • Improved filtration
  • A combination of the two. 

With today’s focus on Green Building construction, (including energy efficiency, construction materials, outside air exchange & purity) air quality issues need to be addressed for every project.

System Redundancy:

Each time H.V.A.C. system technology seems to have reached its pinnacle, customers, as well as technicians, are surprised by the advancements. For example, there is a sound-wave based refrigeration currently under development.

Given that the efficiency of H.V.A.C. technology improves in steady increments, it’s worth it to have upgrades every 15 to 20 years. An effective design strategy is also essential to receiving the most from increased comfort control, flexibility, capacity, energy efficiency & reliability.

Effective Design Strategies

The past few years have seen an realization of the importance of advance planning in H.V.A.C. systems design. Part of this shift has come because of new computerized tools that help maximize system design & operational efficiency.

H.V.A.C. systems today are characterized by new demands for:

  • Comfort & control
  • Flexibility
  • Capacity
  • Energy efficiency
  • Reliability

and new opportunities to apply improved, off-the-shelf technologies, to meet the building owners’/managers’ needs. Contact Glenn-Aire today to find out how we can assist you in your H.V.A.C. needs.

Granbury Heating Service, Glenn-Aire was established in 1975 as a sole proprietorship by Glenn D. Cornelius & is located in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. The business has operated uninterrupted under the same name since originally formed. In March of 2005, after 30 years, Glenn decided to retire & turned over the helm to Jeff McKenzie.

For Collin County, TX A.C. repair, please visit Total Air.
For Hood County, TX A.C. repair, please visit Glenn-Aire Company.
For Fort Collins, CO A.C. repair, please visit Poudre Valley Air.

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