Frequently Asked Questions

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Building automation system can have a beneficial effect on energy consumption, especially electrical energy consumption. Any unnecessarily burning of a light bulb is a waste of energy. Nevertheless, the automation system also consumes electricity and contrary to the suggestions made sometimes in the network do not expect drastic savings, after installing even the most advanced home automation system. In the installation of automations system benefits should be expected in comfortability, like increase safety and avoid potential costs associated with flooding or burglary. Actual cost saving and return time will depend on the individual situation and the boundary conditions.
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We offer expedited service for an additional charge, your order + shipping. We will expedite your order and ship it to you via possible shortest way, information about lead time and charge cost will provide our customer service.
HVAC (pronounced h-vack or spelled out) stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. The three functions of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning are closely interrelated. All seek to provide thermal comfort, acceptable indoor air quality, and reasonable installation, operation, and maintenance costs. HVAC systems can provide ventilation, reduce air infiltration, and maintain pressure relationships between spaces. Your heating and air technician goes by the name of HVAC contractor, and can provide heating repair expertise
A fan draws indoor air in through vents called return grills located throughout your home. The air travels through ducts that run to your systems' air handler, where it is returned into the conditioned space through supply vents or registers in your wall, ceilings or floors.
There's no one-size-fits-all answer. The frequency of filter changes is driven by how much your heating and air conditioning system operates, which is also driven by your individual climate. Start by checking the system's filters at least once a month. Hold the used filter up to the light and compare it to a clean "spare." When light is obscured by captured dust and dirt particles, the old filter should be changed. Keep a record for one year and then replace the filter on that basis. At a minimum, it is always a good idea to change filters at the start of the heating and cooling seasons and then in between according to your need. Also, it is a good idea to have your heating and air system checked at the beginning of heating and cooling season to insure proper operation
Although your present furnace or air conditioner may be working, if it is more than 12 years old you should consider replacing it with a new high efficiency system. A new heating and air conditioning system could save up to 50 percent on energy costs, and save you money in the long run on heating repairs. While these products save you money on your utility bills, they also offer a better degree of comfort within your home
The portion of the Clean Air Act that applies to the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry encourages the development of ozone-friendly substitutes for chemicals that contain ozone destroying chlorine, which are called hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). The chemical refrigerant of choice for more than four decades, referred to as R-22, is in the HCFC category. R-22 is widely used in heat pumps and AC condensing units to heat and cool homes. Today, a refrigerant called R-410A is used because of its ozone-friendly properties
The right size system is paramount in your home. Too large and your system will short cycle and not control humidity correctly. Too small and it will run continuously. We always execute a computerized load calculation. Please contact us for your free analysis today. We will be happy to configure just the right system for your needs
Our company supply total service of HVAC contractor with complete residential and commercial service and installation capabilities, including duct cleaning and whole house diagnostics and testing ability.
A split system uses indoor and outdoor components to provide a complete home comfort system. A package unit or self-contained unit requires no external coils, air handlers, or heating units
As early as possible. There are many things testers can communicate to developers that will make a system easier to test and easier to automate. Moreover, if manual testing is approached in the right way, it will be easier to automate the manual test cases. However, these benefits are unlikely to materialize if automation planning starts late in the project
The need to regression test large mission-critical systems quickly and thoroughly is a fact of life in business today. Manual regression testing takes too long and forces organizations to cut corners testing. This inevitably leads to costly delays and system problems that will impact the bottom line. The only practical way to thoroughly regression test today’s large complex systems is to automate the testing process.
There are a lot of test automation tools available in day today. Analysis of your needs should be conducted before purchasing any tool.