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It is frustrating enough when a piece of your equipment fails. But it is even more frustrating when you have to wait for a long period of time to have it fixed. We take the urgency of your calls with the upmost importance.

We are very prompt with our service and if there is more than one option for repairs, we will inform you on all of your options and provide our recommendation.

The following is a list of some of the types of equipment we service:

  • Boilers
  • Chillers
  • Air Handlers
  • Rooftop Package Units
  • Heat Pumps
  • Geothermal Systems
  • Glycol Systems
  • Controls
  • Pumps
  • Fans
  • Building Automation
  • Speed Drives
  • Split A/C systems
  • VRF Systems
  • Hot Water Tanks
  • Walk in Coolers/Freezers
  • Makeup Air Units
  • HRV Systems
Not having the proper amount of fresh air, overheating/cooling your space and noise pollution caused by equipment not running at optimal performance can reduce productivity, morale and health of your employees. Having a company that understands the need for an efficient working environment can separate you from the competition. We at Watt HVAC look at every customer individually and determine the needs specifically to the building. When working in an office, school, meeting room or any place where productivity is important, indoor air quality is of the upmost importance. Not only can low quality air have negative health impacts on your staff, but can also affect productivity and your bottom line. Studies show that having proper indoor air quality can increase productivity from 6-9% on the lower scales of testing. When fresh air is insufficiently supplied to a space, not only can you be breathing in too much CO2, but also harmful VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) that people can be unaware of. Low quality indoor air can lead to:
  • Dryness and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and skin
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Shortness of breath
  • Hypersensitivity and allergies
  • Sinus congestion
  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
All of these factors could lead to loss of productivity, an increase in sick leave, and loss of employees in some cases. The comfort of your employees cannot only help with productivity and company morale, but also help with employee retention and reduce costs related to high employee turnover. When indoor air quality is at its best, you and your staff are more healthy and happy and the work environment can function at its highest potential.

There are a few factors that need to be considered when installing ventilation for condo. From getting the proper amount of combustion air into a boiler room, to providing the proper amount of air changes in a building can not only improve workplace efficiency, but also prevent dangerous situations. 

Potential issues for not installing ventilation system properly: 

  • In boiler rooms, if there is not enough combustion air supplied for atmospheric boilers, the room can run in a negative pressure. This can cause the boiler to spill combustion air into the room and cause a very dangerous environment. High CO2 exposure can produce a variety of health effects. 
  • These may include headaches, dizziness, restlessness, a tingling or pins or needles feeling, difficulty breathing, sweating, tiredness, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, coma, asphyxia, and convulsions. In the workplace, fresh air is also very important. Getting proper fresh air increases work productivity and prevents staff from premature fatigue. 

Heat recovery ventilation systems: 

  • Exhaust fans and supply fans are a crucial part of a buildings function. HRV (heat recovery ventilation) systems are a very popular way of combining the two types of fans. HRV systems bring air into a building and exhaust air at the same time while recovering the heat of the exhausted air. 
  • There are many types of systems in today’s age that are taking efficiency into account with ventilation. Heat scavengers can preheat domestic water from exhaust air and water to water heat pumps can take energy from hot or cold air and transfer it to where it is needed. 

We look forward to finding the right ventilation system for your needs.