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HVAC Controls

Building Automation Systems are networks of hardware and software designed to control building heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and lighting equipment in mostly commercial facilities. We build systems that reduce energy consumption, improve occupant comfort, and reduce overall operating expenses to facilities.

Automated controls enable building owners and managers to integrate, automate, and manage their buildings easily and efficiently. The heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system control consists of its various pieces of equipment such as:

  • Chillers

  • Boilers

  • Air Handling Units (AHUs)

  • Roof-top Units (RTUs)

  • Fan Coil Units (FCUs)

  • Heat Pump Units (HPUs)

  • Variable Air Volume boxes (VAVs)

Our commercial HVAC automation services include conceptual design/build and design assistance, detailed systems engineering, software development and integration, panel assembly, building control systems installation, commissioning, start up, and service.

We specialize in:

  • Carrier Comfort Network CCN

  • VVT Gen II

  • VVT Gen III

  • Carrier 3V Controls

  • Carrier iVu Web interface

  • Carrier ComfortWorks

  • Carrier ComfortView

  • Carrier PremierLink

  • Johnson Controls Metasys

These systems provide all the of interfaces you need to access and control a single system, a multi-building campus, or even a global network sharing data and control.

So, whether you're in California or another part of the world, access to your HVAC system has never been easier. With Web-based controls, you can:

  • Viewing, monitoring, or changing unit and system parameters to achieve superior HVAC and lighting performance can now be accomplished from anywhere in the world.

  • View and control your air conditioning, heating and lighting from anywhere.

  • View and control your air conditioning, heating and lighting with a variety of devices, from desktop PCs to web-enabled cell phones.

  • Control and integrate systems using all major protocols.

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