The Importance of an Experienced HVAC Team

The Importance of an Experienced HVAC Team

Experience is always an asset in any endeavor, even more so if it involves technical tasks. HVAC work is certainly technical, so let’s take a look at some of what is involved in such work and why finding an experienced team is vital.

What Does HVAC Do?

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It refers to the systems that regulate and move heated and cooled air throughout residential and commercial buildings, from homes to offices to indoor stadiums. It can also involve air purification, which is very important for hospitals, rehab centers, and assisted living facilities.

On the commercial level, HVAC systems include equipment such as fan coils, air handling units, cooling towers, and VRF systems. In simplest terms, it is what keeps you comfortable inside.

What Are 5 Skills an HVAC Technician Should Have?

Accredited HVAC technicians should have solid skills in the following areas:

  • Testing – to ensure that equipment is fit for installation and functions as it is supposed to.
  • Installation – installing various climate control systems on a variety of properties.
  • Maintenance and servicing – performing regular upkeep to ensure maximum function and lifespan of the equipment.
  • Troubleshooting and repair work – locating and fixing problems and issues.
  • Sales – assessing the need for replacement parts and assisting the customer in choosing the best fit for the job.

Is HVAC Hard on the Body?

That would be a definite yes. The HVAC trade is a surprisingly stressful profession. The work is not only demanding on the body but also usually involves its highest volume during heat waves or intense cold snaps. In addition, it also frequently involves working in cramped and unpleasant places. Dark and dirty spaces are part and parcel of the work. For most people, letting the professionals handle things is often preferable to dealing with such conditions.

How Much Math Is Involved in HVAC?

A wide variety of formulas and equations are involved in HVAC service. Math is used to calculate the correct load requirements, ensuring that the equipment properly heats or cools. Math is also used to configure energy savings as well as a variety of other issues, particularly electrical ones.

Henick-Lane is the Right Contractor for Your Next HVAC Upgrade

At Henick-Lane, we bring over 50 years of experience in designing and installing new, high-efficiency HVAC systems for commercial buildings and facilities. Looking to upgrade from an old heating or air conditioning system to a newer, more energy-efficient design? Our LEED-accredited team will work with you to create the solution that perfectly fits your needs. Contact us for a consultation or call (718) -768-7277 to get advice and a quote. We look forward to hearing from you!

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