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  1. Planning and Coordination for HVAC Upgrades If you are thinking about an HVAC upgrade, it probably isn’t because you want to have the very latest and best HVAC system, but it is more likely you want a system better than your current one. Upgrading HVAC Massachusetts tends to be more about addressing any problems you have with your HVAC and rectifying these issues by investing in a better performing system. So, you need to start by looking at what you’ve got with your current HVAC system. You should look at its age, what components it has, its condition, efficiency and how long you think it will last for. Try and find how often you’ve had it repaired and what for, as this may help you work out if there is one particular issue with your system. For example, with older systems you will probably be dissatisfied with their moderate level of cooling, as this was all they were initially designed to do, HVAC systems made today are much more powerful. When thinking about an upgrade you should look into how efficient your building is. Could it be more energy efficient? Could there be energy and bill savings to be made? The equipment and components in HVAC systems that are made today use 30% to 40% less energy! Are there features that you think your current system lacks? Have you seen new capabilities in more modern systems that you think you would really benefit form? These are all potential reasons to consider a HVAC upgrade in Massachusetts. If you are sure that you want to completely upgrade your whole HVAC system, then you need to make sure everything is compliant with the industry code and standards. This kind of project should be considered and analyzed in great detail. When doing this you should also think about what the building will be used for in the future. If it is likely to change use in the near future, then you should take this into account in the planning phase. If you don’t undertake an evaluation of this kind, then you may waste money on equipment that isn’t fit for purpose. You could end up spending more to replace equipment that becomes

  2. obsolete in the future. The great thing about a complete overhaul is that you have the opportunity to completely redesign your HVAC system and make sure it is optimal. Before you take on a large-scale refit, you should think about whether the problems you face with the current system can be more easily fixed by replacing certain components only. This is a much easier process! As with any potential large-scale project, there are always a number of potential pitfalls. There could be big impacts on other systems in the building, you may need to up-skill existing maintenance staff, and there may be very significant disruption to the people who occupy the building. Planning and coordinating a significant HVAC upgrade in Massachusetts is a big project, but if you have the investment it could significantly change your building’s environment for the better. To find out more about what services Suburban offer, then visit their website at