At PCPM, we’ve built our reputation on the supply, install and project management of air conditioning, refrigeration and heating and ventilation projects.
But, did you know that we can also help you scope out your project to ensure it’s a success?
We can provide a full consultancy service prior to any project we undertake, to help you make your plans a reality.
Good planning is the cornerstone of every successful HVAC project.
Fully investigating the scope of the install beforehand – including the suitability of premises, location and any existing plant or equipment – can maximise the chances of success.
However, even the most detailed designs and plans can fall apart as unforeseen problems crop up along the way.
At PCPM, we offer a full property surveying and consultancy service at the start of your project.
We can help you identify and address any potential pitfalls and avoid unexpected problems once your install has started, or resolve plant problems by carrying out surveys of existing systems.
By engaging us at the start of your project, our expert team can survey your premises, your existing plant and ductwork and provide insight and feedback on any potential problems or challenges which may need to be addressed.
Identifying such issues right at the start, ironing out the details and building them into the plan can save you a lot of pain in the long run.
We can help you to consider issues like noise criteria, energy consumption, access and styling within your premises and provision for future expansion.
We can also help to ensure that your designs, equipment and install are fully compliant with all relevant environmental and building regulations, to keep you on the right side of the law.
We can help with plant design, commissioning and re-commissioning to optimise the operation of your chosen equipment.
We can provide advice on the safe application of all refrigerants and how to reduce the environmental impact of your system.
We can also carry out on-site troubleshooting, providing advice and practical solutions to unforeseen issues or problems, often identifying them before they arise.
To find out how we can help you plan your next HVAC project to make sure it’s a success, get in touch.