Commercial and Residential Services
We diagnose your home or office Comfort Systems
True Total Home Comfort and Energy Efficiency
Your equipment is only one component of your heating and air conditioning system. A certified Air Balancing service technician has the training and the tools to diagnose problems with your comfort system beyond just the indoor or outdoor equipment. He tests to make sure the “whole” system is working properly.
By measuring and documenting your new or present system’s performance after the installation we make sure it’s fine tuned to make the most of your energy costs while delivering the best possible comfort level it can.
DO YOU NEED MORE HELP IN YOUR OFFICE THAN WHAT YOU CALLED US FOR TODAY?
Even though your air conditioning and heating system may be running, it’s not uncommon for it to be operating at half capacity.
We can now measure the performance of your system and improve your comfort, safety, and energy efficiency.
Briggs Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration is one of less than 3000 air conditioning companies in the world certified in air balancing and diagnostics. Previously, this technology has been reserved for only high-rise buildings and industrial mechanical systems.
Our commitment to your comfort, safety, and proven energy efficiency is unparalleled in the air conditioning and heating industry.
Just as important as our commitment, is our ability to measure and diagnose the elements of comfort in your buildings or offices. The high precision tools we use in our diagnostics are calibrated annually. Our testing procedures combine the latest technology with time-tested air measurement methods.
The certification we hold is from the National Balancing Institute. In order to hold this certification, we must perform testing procedures, diagnostic processes, and system renovations that deliver measured results. Our customers have sought these solutions for decades.
Air is invisible. So are heating, cooling, air pollutants and energy. Briggs Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration will measure the properties of each of these invisible elements, and then present the diagnostics to you in plain English.
Our job is to provide the information to help you understand your mechanical systems, and to recommend performance improvements, if necessary. You will then have the information to decide how much or how little work you want done.
We invite you to begin the diagnostic process by telling us if you find any of these symptoms where you spend your days. Please review the following questions to help us identify comfort problems you are experiencing. You can reach us at (623) 474-5069.
A National Comfort Team Member