HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) refers to a mechanical system which regulates the environmental conditions inside a building. Nowadays, it is being installed in every modern building.

The system is quite a complex one and consists of three basic functioning units– heating, ventilation and air conditioning, as the name itself suggests. During the construction of a building, engineers and contractors estimate the total building space and requirements in order to design and build an appropriate HVAC system for the building. These environmental regulatory systems are a vital part of all new buildings.

The heating component is responsible for providing adequate warm temperatures inside the building. The heaters are used to generate warmth using a liquid medium, such as water, mainly.

The heated water or steam is transported via a piping system, with the use of circulators and radiators that work their way to spread the warm air equally in all the spaces through metal or fiberglass ducts. These ducts play a role in the dispersal of cooled air from the air conditioning system, as well. The whole heating mechanical setup is also referred to as ‘Central Heating.’

Ventilation is the process by which impure air is replaced by clean, oxygenated air throughout the buildings. Any form of impurities, such as dust, excess moisture, smoke, odors, airborne bacteria, heat and carbon dioxide are expelled out of the building in exchange for acceptable indoor quality air.

This is achieved by mechanical(forced) and natural ventilation both. In mechanical ventilation, air handlers, ceiling fans, table/ door fans are the key regulators while natural ventilation makes use of windows, louvres and trickle vents. All contaminants are removed while breathable, pure air is provided via the ventilating system.

For the air-conditioning component, air conditioners are used to provide cooling and humidity control.  This could be achieved by internally built central air-conditioning systems or by the use of split air conditioning units with indoor and outdoor coils. They come with dehumidifiers as well, which remove excess moisture from the air and make it more pleasant.

Maintenance of the air conditioner units is quite simple – the foremost step includes changing their air filters regularly, as they collect dust and dirt quite quickly and start to work less efficiently. This leads to a wastage of energy, high priced bills and decreased equipment life.

All these components create an interrelated system which purifies the air, regulates hot and cold temperatures and provides a clean and safe environment to live in. It is ideal for all residential, commercial and non-commercial infrastructure. The cost of installing and maintaining such a system is quite reasonable as well.

However, these systems require regular maintenance, which, could sometimes be a handful. If not taken care of properly, some components of HVAC system may start malfunctioning. Their timely repair is vital for the restoration of a clean environment in their respective buildings. Any sort of air conditioning repair, heating repair or HVAC repair requires expert personnel, trained specifically in this regard.

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