Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
It’s what we specialise in and what our business is founded on. We have an in-house network of specially trained HVAC engineers who understand all technical aspects of mechanical systems, and have years of experience of delivering it to our customers.
We work with a panel of carefully selected, credible manufacturers and suppliers that offer innovative products and technical expertise. We are able to take advantage of the cost efficiencies that each relationship brings, and ultimately pass on real value to our clients.
ID Scotia's cooling, heating and ventilation systems range from single unit to grouped installations and full VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) ducted systems, where each unit operates to heat or cool the environment as dictated by the client’s location. We utilise the latest ground source heat pump, heat recovery and heat exchange systems, and clients benefit from our Free Cooling technology, which utilises the ambient temperature and has saved over 60% of energy usage against the traditional air conditioning system.
In January 2003, legislation came into force in the form of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). The EPB regulations require an air-conditioning inspection if the effective rated output of systems within a building is more than 12kW, with the first inspection required by January 2013.
The establishment of the EPBD is pushing businesses to assess their property’s performance whilst imposing a legal obligation upon owners, landlords and property managers to retain the relevant Energy Performance certification and inspections for their buildings.
When buildings are non – compliant, those in charge who have failed to commission, keep, or provide an air conditioning inspection report when necessary can be punished with prosecution and a fine.Read more about Air Conditioning Inspections here