Technological advances over
the past decade provide a sound basis for replacing existing HVAC
systems. Improved air quality and increased operating efficiency
result in meaningful savings. It's like driving a car that gets
8 to 10 miles per gallon and needs frequent repairs, tune ups and
This is the situation facing many building
owners. Like you, they have an HVAC system ten years old or older.
The improved indoor air quality and reduced operating expenses
from a new system will more than offset the cost of new equipment.
Air quality is defined by the amount of dust,
humidity and temperature variance from area to area in your buildings.
Poor indoor air quality causes higher absenteeism, increased health
care claims, and worker discomfort. That means less productivity
and higher costs.
Modern HVAC systems provide improved indoor air
quality. They are also a least 50% more energy efficient than systems
ten years old or older. With a new system, maintenance costs also
Replacing an outdated HVAC system is never a
cash drain, never an extra expense. Keeping an old system is both
a drain and an expense.