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NEBB Certified Testing, Adjusting and Balancing
With instant access to preliminary reports as work is completed!
Building owners, national brands and the overall construction industry demand performance and energy efficiency from today’s complex HVAC systems. As a NEBB (National Environmental Balancing Bureau) Certified company, Air Solutions & Balancing will balance your system – maximizing comfort and ensuring proper airflow, while delivering substantial savings and bottom line efficiencies. Our company has extensive and diverse experience from new construction to owner-occupied structures. We established a responsive and reliable reputation through efficient coordination and collaborative teamwork with owners, general and mechanical contractors, HVAC controls installers, and factory authorized service representatives and engineers to successfully balance HVAC systems and equipment. We issue NEBB certified reports and TAB submittals that are job specific and committed to completing our projects safely and on time.
Easy access to view preliminary reports as work is completed from your jobsite!
Our unique capabilities eliminates the frustration of waiting for reports and provides you convenient options. Our proprietary web-based portal allows you to log in and access preliminary reports at your convenience. If preferred, our project managers are available to easily download and email your reports.
NEBB`s Quality Assurance Program
Air Solutions & Balancing`s NEBB Certified technicians apply their HVAC testing, adjusting and balancing experience to your project. This, coupled with our engineering and certified energy management expertise ensures your project is properly commissioned and meets the owner`s project requirements. NEBB Quality Assurance Program.
Balance can add value, efficiencies and cost-savings to existing space.
Most construction and remodel projects specifically require a NEBB Certified balance in their specifications. But what about an existing space? There are several rules of thumb that may indicate a balance is required. They include:
- Changes in your demand load due to a change in the use of your space
- After work has been done on your HVAC system
- Doors that are difficult to open or don’t close properly due to air pressure
- Kitchen odors in the dining area
- Uncomfortable areas due to temperature changes
- Increase in your energy operating costs (utility bills)
If you have noticed any of these, contact us to find out how we can help!