Entries by Phil Cory

What Exactly is Custom Sheet Metal Used For?

Custom sheet metal fabrication involves cutting and bending a metal sheet that is typically less than ¼ inch thick. Custom sheet metal fabrication is needed when standard parts do not fit, or when the job has specific manufacturing challenges. The ability to do this helps solve problems that cannot be solved using off-the-shelf parts. The […]

What is Green HVAC?

A green HVAC system helps commercial, industrial, educational institutions, tech giants, government facilities, large corporations, small and medium-sized businesses, and residential customers to conserve important natural resources using the most efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies, which results in lower utility bills for their air conditioning, heating, and plumbing. While usually incurring some expenses initially, the improvement […]

Getting Your HVAC Units Ready For The Winter Months in Silicon Valley

The central heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system that serves your facility is important to your operations in the summer months, but it can take on even more significance in the winter if your facility includes data-center infrastructure. This is because, during colder weather, both your indoor heating and cooling systems must work in concert […]

When to Replace Your AC Unit

A new air conditioning unit can be a big expense for your home or business, but an old, inefficient unit incurs frequent repair costs and high utility bills. To save money on repairs and utility costs, replacing the entire unit may be worth it. The biggest sign that you need to replace your AC unit […]

Saving Time and Money By Using a Professional Sheet Metal Company

When facing sheet metal projects that need to be completed on commercial or residential buildings, it isn’t uncommon to wonder if the project can be done without professional intervention. The DIY processes of sheet metal fabrication may initially seem like an effective way to save money, but many find themselves spending more in the long-run. […]