Comprehensive management of equipment and services starts with operational assessment, which provides critical information to help business owners to plan for the future budget. The management looks at the existing equipment plan and financial strategy for the coming years. As such, the management can identify machines that work well and those that are not suitable to use. Thus, by coming up with a detailed report, the operators can get equipment into the proper working condition and provide energy efficiency. Hence, this measure creates a strong foundation for growth and reduces financial risks.
The HVAC equipment used can get utilized in many ways. Here are facility management services that you may put in place to safeguard the material.
- Working with experienced and dependable technicians to ensure that critical mission machines always operate and serve the intended purpose.
- Pinpoint incentives to capitalize on returns on capital investment
- An individual can evaluate a design that best fits the facility and complete probability studies that help in lowering the cost by finding energy-saving programs.
The equipment operational assessment begins with testing and comprehensive analysis of a system. The procedure helps to evaluate typical construction operations and energy used in the building. During the exercise, key pointers get assessed to define baseline performance such as equipment’s ability to perform utility costs and power consumption
Controlling the Budget of HVAC Usage
You will have two more factors to prioritize when handling energy projects. Your budget and payback time based on these factors, minimizing HVAC performance time – costs less amount to implement, and has significant investment returns. Clients who enhance HVAC runtime typically manage high savings without applying an expensive retrofit.
The best way to reduce HVAC time is to ensure that you understand when your systems get used. In normal office routine, staffs get at work around 8 am and leave in the evening around 6 pm. However, we still find the system running even after working hours are over. This happens because the HVAC system was built a long time ago and provides inefficiency. Also, you can operate some equipment by using an automatic system that requires no human interference.
The other step involves calculating your saving ability. After identifying HVAC running time, you need to do some calculations. As such, you will discover total saving potential when using the equipment. For example, a facility will require a 200-ton chiller to regulate temperatures of a room. At an electric consumption rate of $0.10/kwh, HVAC costs $51,960 per year to run. If HVAC runtime maintains within working hours, 4hrs can get saved in a day. Therefore, the plan may cost nearly $300, but save the annual recurring cost of $17, 280 per year.
Once you are ready to get started, you can purchase equipment following keenly the delivered capital recommendations to improve cost, save energy, and minimize the risk of equipment debacle. As such, you will form a baseline outlining projected cost, savings, and financial return. Call OC McDonald for an efficient and affordable HVAC equipment installation.