New Heating Systems

To properly build a heating system, it is important to ensure that the equipment and duct work are "right-sized". We begin the process by using CAD software to calculate the heat load of the building.  The heat load calculation takes into account building layout, materials and geographical location to determine the exact amount of heat a system must generate and distribute to maintain a comfortable and controlled environment.  The data required for this calculation can be collected on-site or provided by the project architect or engineer.

Once the heat load calculation is complete, we help the builder and homeowner navigate a multitude of equipment options to design a system that suits their needs and budget. Throughout this process, we pay particular attention to the quality of materials and energy efficiency of equipment, as these factors affect the longevity and operating cost of the system. Our clients are often surprised to find how quickly superior equipment, controls, and duct work pay for themselves.


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