HVAC for Facilities Management
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems can be easily overlooked in facilities management, where the loudest wheels are often the first to be oiled. Tucked away behind walls and above ceilings, they quietly go about their business day in, day out with scarcely a murmur.
But unless a formal preventive servicing and maintenance regime is in place, problems can quickly snowball. Gradually wearing parts or dust and other airborne particles accumulating in grilles and ducts may not appear to be causing problems, until the system is put to the test by a heatwave or cold snap. In the meantime, it will be running below efficiency. An inefficient system won’t be able to deliver air quality and will be more susceptible to premature wear, overheating, system failure, and a shortened service life.
HVAC breakdowns can have a significant impact on facilities management, with the risk of penalties. In the healthcare sector, they can result in temporary ward closures, theatre cancellations, and spoilage of costly supplies of blood, serums, and life-saving drugs. In food storage, distribution and retail, they can affect supply chain performance and spoil fresh, chilled, and frozen produce.
Aura Air Conditioning technicians are trained on and experienced with all types of HVAC equipment and with one of our maintenance and service packages in place we can give you peace of mind that your system is being cared for and will satisfy regulatory inspections.
If your air conditioning system is coming near to the end of its service life or no longer operating as reliably or efficiently as you would like, we can also advise on, design, supply, and install replacement AC systems that offer the latest in energy-efficient technology, such as heat pumps and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, and from cost-effective wall-mounted split units, to fully concealed ducted systems.