The answer is, of course, “It depends,” but we’ll try to give a little more detail.
We see a lot of greasy rooftops. There are things you can do about it.
The requirements in the City of Chicago could be a preview of what might be coming for smaller buildings and other jurisdictions.
If you need to write up a spec for a commercial air duct cleaning job, here is a tool for you.
Capture energy savings by having your units’ coils cleaned and changing your filters.
Sealing inaccessible risers with the Aeroseal® process cut leakage by 90% and allowed the project to be completed.
A hinge kit on your rooftop kitchen exhaust fan put you in compliance, eliminates a safety hazard, and helps prevent damage to the fan and your roof.
ASHRAE and ACCA (the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers and the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, respectively) revised their ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Standard 180, covering Standard Practice for Inspection and Maintenance of Commercial Building HVAC Systems this year.
A five-phase duct sealing project has delivered about one boxcar worth of leakage reduction every 16 seconds.
Fall is here and you’re going to be using the H in your HVAC system a lot more in the coming months.