Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning - HVAC
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment (HVAC) systems-both gas and electric-comprise as much as 50% of all the energy utilized in a building. HVAC systems bleed energy, and older systems are inefficient and also utilize ozone depleting gasses for refrigerants. Older systems also typically re-circulate building air without introducing outside ventilation, which can be used to achieve free cooling and combat "sick" building syndrome.
Jarmel Kizel's mechanical engineers have experience designing HVAC systems for office buildings, schools, multifamily residential buildings, retail establishments, medical and pharmaceutical facilities, data centers and manufacturing facilities. Jarmel Kizel is a leader in designing energy efficient systems that have achieved LEED and Energy Star Certifications.
Energy solutions for HVAC systems include an energy audit, system design, construction and payback analysis budgeting.