Your building’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems represent a large portion of your building investment. At Building Controls and Services, Inc. we provide highly customizable, efficient and long-lasting equipment to ensure the best value and reliability for you.
Correct operation is vital to the day-to-day lives of those who occupy its spaces. These systems, when used inefficiently, can translate to steep inclines in energy bills. Our team of engineers and technicians are fully trained to understand the complexities of your facility’s HVAC and energy savings needs.
Many different pieces of mechanical equipment work together to make up a commercial HVAC system. The professional building intelligence experts at Building Controls and Services, Inc. take the efficiencies and requirements of the following mechanical equipment components into consideration when automating your building. Additionally, our trained HVAC experts can effectively diagnose your equipment while offering long-term solutions.
If you are interested in maintenance or installation of one of the pieces of equipment listed above, then contact us today.
How Mechanical Equipment Affects Building Automation
At Building Controls and Services, Inc. our automation specialists have worked on numerous components of mechanical equipment in HVAC systems for commercial buildings throughout the nation. In order to save money and reduce energy costs, having efficient and monitorable mechanical equipment is absolutely necessary. To learn more about how your building can be optimized, our BCS Performance Solutions division is designed to analyze your building and design a plan to increase your building energy efficiency.
Feel free to call us at 316-267-5814 or contact us if you have any questions about your commercial building’s HVAC equipment and how building automation can positively influence your bottom line. Our building automation specialists are readily available to help you improve your building efficiency today.
- Rooftop Units
- Condensing Units
- Dehumidification Units, Active Desiccant
- Air, Water and Evaporative Cooled Chillers
- Air Handlers
- Duct Free Systems and PTACS
- Welding Source Capture
- High Volume Low Speed Fans
- Water and Geothermal Heat Pumps
- Water Cooled Packaged Units
- Ice Thermal Storage Systems
- Critical Process and Full Wash-down
- Energy Recovery Units
- Grease Ducts
- Fabric Ducts
- Hose Reels/Hoses
- Fume Detection
- LG Variable Refrigerant Flow
- Life Safety Dampers
- Control Dampers
- Sound Attenuators/Panels
- Terminal Units
- Fan Coils
- AC Drives
- Kitchen Hoods
- Exhaust Fans