Advanced Custom Programming in Chicago, IL
As the owner or manager of a commercial, industrial, or hospitality business, you may be on the lookout for building systems that save time, reduce energy costs, and increase the comfort of occupants. You can find such systems from Building Automation Solutions! We are an industry leader in building automation systems and management, offering a vast array of related services, including advanced custom programming.
Learn more about how we can enhance the performance of your HVAC system with advanced custom programming. Then, contact us to let us know how we can help your business.
Benefits of Advanced Custom Programming
You might benefit from advanced custom programming if you operate non-standard, non-typical HVAC units. Examples include custom air handlers, boilers, chillers, cabinet unit heaters, unit vents, and other equipment that goes beyond basic rooftop units. The benefits of advanced custom programming include:
- More efficient heating, cooling, filtration, ventilation, and humidity control
- Lower operating costs
- Ideal comfort throughout the building
- Less wear and tear for longer equipment lifespan
- Enhanced safety, efficiency, and productivity of your workers
Save Time, Energy & Hassle with Building Automation Solutions
As a full-service building automation company, we are proud to service, engineer, design, install, and program control systems for commercial HVAC equipment. Our services are structured to provide non-proprietary systems so you don’t get locked into working with a single contractor. This also provides the benefit of selecting components that are best suited for your project, regardless of the manufacturer. We even offer USB backups of all programming, drawings, information, and administrator passwords, giving you complete control of your equipment.
If you’re interested in learning more about how advanced custom programming can benefit your business, please contact Building Automation Solutions. We serve clients in the Chicagoland area, Southern Wisconsin, and Northwest Indiana.