HVAC systems are typically a building’s largest energy user. HVAC first-costs account for just 43% of the life-cycle expense. Maintenance and repair add another 7%, leaving a full 50% of life cycle costs to energy usage.
Wiegmann engineers understand how to design an HVAC system that saves money now, and saves more over the life of your building.
Whether we design your HVAC system or value engineer an existing design, our focus is on simplicity and proven reliability.
“We were awarded the $35 million contract for a state correctional facility in Pennsylvania despite not coming in the lowest bidder because energy analysis demonstrated that our design would save more than $1 million over the difference in the bids over the 20 year life span of the system,” said Gerry Wiegmann. “It is good business to be in the energy business.”