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Mold Prevention

The growth of mold in a commercial building can be influenced by many different factors, however one very common problem is the HVAC system.

Thermal Imaging

Thermal cameras create images by determining the level of infrared energy or heat being emitted from the subject area.

Roof Top Maintenance

Proper care and maintenance of an HVAC Rooftop Unit (RTU) is critical, and it can save thousands of dollars over the life of the unit.

Boiler Maintenance

The operating procedure and maintenance of boilers are greatly dependent on each other. The maintenance process and cost will depend on the

Indoor Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can lead to a variety of problems. People with allergies might experience coughing, sneezing, and other...

How AC Works

The entire process of heating and cooling a commercial or industrial building is usually referred to as HVAC – heating, ventilation and a/c

Optimizing Chillers

HVAC systems are the greatest energy consumers in most commercial buildings, and most of these air conditioning systems vary according to...

Chillers: Repair or Replace

An HVAC chiller is not only the primary consumer of energy within a building's systems, but it is often the building's most costly piece of

Commissioning HVAC

It’s a common complaint that the performance of HVAC systems in buildings deteriorates with time. This can occur due to many reasons...

Design & Retrofit

Pacific West Industries specializes in the design and engineering of air conditioning mechanical and control systems. Retrofit systems can..

R22 Retrofits

R22 refrigerant has been widely used in refrigerating and air conditioning systems since the 30's. However, the Environmental Protection...

Noise Consideration

For many different types of commercial and private buildings, effective management of noise and vibration is critical.

Advantages of VFD's

Variable-Frequency Drives continue to evolve and become a more efficient, affordable, and accessible choice to add in to HVAC or other motor

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