Air Balancing (TAB)

Over the decades, air balancing has been mandated by service engineers on partially every commercial project. As for the recent, air balancing has become an important method to ensure the HVAC operating performance is rectified at its optimal efficiency. Air balancing is the method of measuring and modifying the HVAC system to ensure that each room receives the proper amount of air. The actual air balancing method entails a series of tests that assess the HVAC conditioning and heating system’s efficiency. 

Why is air balancing important?

Do you notice a significant difference in temperature inside a building from one area to area? Is there some area that is consistently warmer or colder than others? Air balancing is used to address these forms of airflow problems to ensure that temperatures are distributed uniformly throughout.

Changes in temperature between different spots under one could be because of the ventilation system. Building is a giant place which needs monitoring and ensuring the air is balanced in all areas are crucial. 

Benefits of Air Balancing

Improved Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Low circulation promotes the accumulation of indoor air pollutants such as pollen and mold spores. Additionally, it can make rooms feel hot and airless hence occupants would benefit from cleaner, fresher air with efficient airflow.

Energy savings

HVAC maintenance on air balancing would help minimize energy cost. For example, when the temperature in one place never seems to be quite right, it is tempting to compensate by increasing the heat or decreasing the HVAC temperature which is a waste of energy.

Providing a better comfort

Balanced ventilation results in inconsistent temperatures throughout the building and less cold draughts created by the infiltration of outdoor air. Comfort increases human efficiency.

Increase HVAC lifespan

Effective ventilation reduces the amount of dust, mold, and build-up that accumulates over time in the HVAC system. This, combined with the improved performance associated with controlled airflow, ensures that the HVAC system can last for a longer period.

Our Process

Frequently Asked Questions

Routine maintenance may not need to include air balancing. However, you may require air balancing services should your tenant or occupant have recently carried out renovations. Anything that can impede airflow can make a room too hot or too cold, so be vigilant about monitoring temperatures.

Air flow through the duct system is what carries heating or cooling to each room in your home. By adjusting the volume of air flow, we adjust the amount of heating or cooling that a room needs to become comfortable.

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