If you just installed a new HVAC system, the air conditioning repair and replacement company you hired will usually begin a particular process that involves testing and making the right adjustments to ensure it works as well as it should. This provides several benefits, such as better performance and longevity, while also reducing warranty costs for the manufacturer. To learn more about HVAC commissioning, Superior Air shares their insight here:
How HVAC Commissioning Works
When your HVAC equipment is newly installed, there’s a startup process that involves measuring and verifying its performance. This process is called residential HVAC commissioning, and it takes place right after your system is installed. It essentially documents how the system is installed, whether it’s working according to the manufacturer’s requirements and if the system meets the designer’s specifications.
What Happens During HVAC Commissioning?
HVAC systems that are newly installed should always undergo an HVAC commissioning process conducted by licensed, professional air conditioning installation contractors. Otherwise, you won’t get the full benefits of your HVAC system. You might even be consuming more energy due to mismatched airflow settings or even air leakage in your ductwork, which would have been addressed had your system been commissioned.
A series of tests and measurements will be conducted during the HVAC commissioning process. Typically, the contractor will check if the system is balanced, making adjustments to some of the components such as the refrigerant and combustion to ensure it’s working according to your needs and the manufacturer’s specifications. They’ll also properly address any potential issues that could otherwise cause damage later on.
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