We manage installation, repair and maintenance of heating, ventilation, cooling system for commercial residential properties. Our annual maintenance contracts give reliable and comprehensive support with preventive & routine maintenance to improve the functionality of HVAC units that will bring down your energy consumption. ECOFAC can distinctively support its clients in their various project through the following engineering services:
Testing and balancing teams are equipped with state-of-the-art calibrated instrumentation. Each Engineer, supervisor and technician employed by ecofac undergoes thorough in-house training which supported by additional international education resources provided through the Commissioning Specialists Association (CSA), Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) or the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB).
Far too prevalent is the attitude that Testing and Commissioning is something that takes place in the last weeks of a project, when all construction is complete, and the client is almost ready to move in. As a result of such an approach, when problems do surface, it is often too late in the day to resolve them without significant delay or additional costs.
Recommissioning (RCx) or Retro-Commissioning (Retro-Cx) is the process through which existing buildings are commissioned again to improve the building’s overall performance by optimizing energy efficient design features and directly addressing equipment performance and system integration issues
ECOFAC can provide expertise in all aspects of fire services and safety systems commissioning, based on local and/or international standards and codes. This includes dedicated fire alarm and detection panels and/or integration within building automation/ management systems.
Certified Green Buildings are those that have been certified by a rating system, such as LEED-NC (new construction). The ‘greenness’ of a certified building depends on many factors, not least the standards (benchmarks) of performance, the persistence over time of the enhancements introduced, the scoring used, the actual credits and grade achieved, and performance verification.
Poor indoor environmental quality has been related to increases in sick building syndrome symptoms, respiratory illnesses, sick leave, and losses in productivity. There is increasing evidence that indoor environmental conditions substantially influence health and performance.
Most of us spend up to 90% of our time indoors and the World Health Organization (WHO) has established that more than 30% of buildings are "sick". The common term for this is Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) which can cause symptoms such as headaches, tiredness, and irritation of the eyes, sore throats, and nausea. It is also accepted that dirty ventilation systems are the perfect culture medium for bacteria with dead insects, mould, fungus commonly found.
Ecofac provides integrated building surveying and auditing services to all establishments to assess the feasibility of energy efficiency measures and renewal energy technologies in existing buildings, including the indoor environmental conditions, system and equipment efficient energy performance, FM and O&M practices, benchmarks, and targets.