HVAC Design

A heat gain and heat loss analysis is a process by which the amount of heat entering (or exiting) a building is quantified.  The reason that the total heat entering (or exiting) a building must be determined is to properly size the heating /cooling equipment for the building.  A properly sized HVAC system will maintain indoor temperature and moisture levels at a given design condition.  HVAC systems that are too small for a given application will have trouble maintaining indoor set point temperatures during peak load times.  HVAC systems that are too large for a given application will have trouble maintaining indoor moisture levels within an acceptable range.  Both cases can lead to different forms of occupant thermal discomfort.  Right sizing ensures the heat and cooling system matches the actual load of the house which reduces energy cost and maximizes energy comfort.

Clearsphere has the skill to perform heating and cooling load calculations, equipment selection, and air distribution design for residential buildings to custom builders and renovators.

 

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