To get the correct solution, we need to understand how you want to use your system and what reporting will best suit your needs.
In new builds we look through the mechanical design and then consult with you so we can move into the next stage.
For existing buildings, the investigation phase can be the most complicated. We need to gather documentation on what is installed. If this documentation is missing, we may need to visit the building, and bring in other specialists to advise. Once we understand the current system, the problems being experienced and how you want to use the system we can then move onto the next stage.
We compile the documentation for contractors enabling them to make any changes required so you get the system you want.
A good specification means you get what you want, without any ambiguity or surprise costs.
Once the quotes are in we are happy to help you select the best option for you. Then we are able to project manage the changes so the project runs smoothly on time and in budget.
The work has been done and now you want to make sure you have got what was specified, and that its all working as effectively as possible.
You can either rely on the people who installed the system to provide a temperature graph or you can get someone independent to check that it is all tuned up correctly. It may appear to be working correctly, it provides a nice stable temperature, but this may be at the expense of energy and wear and tear on the mechanical plant and the life of the said plant. These factors are controlled by the control system so, unless you know what to look for, any set up or running issues may not turn up until well outside of the warranty period.
We are here to provide an independent verification assessment.