Heating, ventilation and air conditioning, "HVAC" refers to the buildings ability to maintain a high internal air quality and regulate internal temperature and humidity to an acceptable comfort level for users through natural and mechanical systems. HVAC systems may be centralized in the building it operates or specifically located in the room or space. Sometimes, this can also be a connection of both. Additionally HVAC systems may also expand beyond the structure in which it operates to a larger district heating or cooling network. 

Heating & Air Conditioning (Cooling) are the main components to maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature. Depending on the system, heating and cooling may run on various types of fuels, liquids, gases, or even electricity. Additionally, water or steam piping may be used to transport hot or cold air from the central unit to the rooms themselves, using a pump to move hot/cold water through the distribution system. 


Ventilation systems refers to the function of introducing "fresh air" while simultaneously removing "stale air". This is intended to maintain internal air quality, and may be achieved through mechanical or natural (passive) processes, or a mix of both. Increased ventilation may also simultaneously increase the need for heating and cooling. Humidity can also be regulated through ventilation systems, either with dehumidification or humidification. 


All elements of the HVAC system should be considered together during each step of the design process. Even if the heating, cooling and ventilation work as independent systems, they require certain interaction, and each element will often affect the other, made even further complicated when you include environmental factors that may influence system function. Should you want to include passive measures such as solar gains, natural ventilations, thermal mass, shading measures or something else, you need to ensure that the system is able to respond to environmental volatility.


At GM Climate Control, we're happy to take you from design to installation of HVAC systems - but we don't stop there. Regular maintenance is a necessary element of ensuring the system lasts for years to come. No matter what type of client you are - from residential to commercial, corporate to public, we can take care of all the regular maintenance needs. Our goal is to ensure complete customer satisfaction, and therefore we work closely with you to design and execute a flexible, cost effective schedule that suits your needs. 


While regular maintenance is a necessary element of any healthy HVAC system, there will be cases when you need repairs. If the heat goes out on a cold day, or the air conditioning decides to go on vacation during the dog days of summer, you want to get the system repaired as soon as possible. We're experts at HVAC repair - whether it be a water heater, cooling unit, or something else - meaning a quick diagnosis and service and/or repair job you can depend on. Should you be in need of emergency service, please don't hesistate to contact us by the phone number listed below. 


Think of GM Climate Control as your one-stop-shop for all things HVAC. Through years of experience we've acquired not only expertise of the systems themselves (including maintenance and repair) but also developed working, loyal relationships with HVAC suppliers. We advise customers on the best option for their project, and work to offer affordable solutions. Once you select a system, our experts take care of each step of the installation process. Whether you need installation in a residential or commercial structure, we guarantee only superior quality results. 


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