Equipment changes can occur as part of a growth strategy or they can be the result of an emergency situation. No matter the reason, Enervise’s team of engineers, project managers and technicians will provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your current system followed by the most cost- and energy-efficient options to upgrade your facility’s mechanical equipment.
Our industry veteran engineers, sheet metal workers, plumbers and pipe fitters use their depth of expertise to tackle anything from small rezoning operations to central plant modifications. Whatever scope of work your situation might require, we have the knowledge, skills and expertise to address any problem your current building system may be having.
Our Design Build Guarantee
If your requirements go beyond direct replacement of your mechanical systems, we offer complete design build services for renovations, building additions, the re-purposing of a space or the adjustment of comfort levels through modification of the original design. We bring innovation and a resourceful approach to your design-build and design-assist projects, whether it’s a new system, expansion or retrofit.
We balance your business objectives and building goals with our innovative design approach to improve the lifecycle of your building. Our goal is to always empower you to make the best informed decision by offering recommended options for lowest first cost or lowest life cycle cost.
Single source responsibility – we manage your project from start to finish.
Design – Our engineers work with you during pre-construction to design innovative solutions, establish conceptual estimates and determine your project budget.
Build – Our project managers ensure proper equipment selection, precise scheduling and quality installation of your new mechanical systems.
Service – Our service team provides certified factory start-up, and extended labor and parts warranties.
Our design build guarantee – the right design solution will ultimately deliver comfort, save you money, and increase your facility’s value and performance. A thorough step-by-step process of pre-construction/construction management/documentation, communication and coordination will deliver your project on budget and ahead of schedule.
Our proactive approach includes the following design elements:
- New technologies
- ASHRAE standards
- Energy savings
- Building codes
- Changing market conditions
- First cost vs. lowest lifecycle cost
- Maintenance accessibility
- Safety considerations
- Sustainability objectives
- Contract financing & incentives
- Comfort & environmental conditions
Boiler and Chiller Retrofits, and Mechanical Central Plant Upgrades
When properly maintained, chillers and boilers satisfy critical comfort needs of your occupants and positively influence the process of other equipment in your facility. Our EPA and factory-certified technicians are your resource for high-quality chiller and boiler upgrades and replacements.
Our experts are equipped to perform emergency replacement and planned upgrades on all commercial and industrial equipment. We work closely with you in order to recommend the best upgrade for your system. We provide design, engineering, and construction project management from inception to completion. Our goal is to deliver your requirements (while reducing energy costs) and install and commission your equipment for long-term operation.
Through effective planning and project management, there is little to no impact on production or comfort throughout the upgrading process.
For all manufacturers, we provide upgrade and replacement on the following boiler types: heating, water, process, low- and high-pressure, sectional, and fire and water tube.
For chillers, we service and upgrade the following types: centrifugal, water/air-cooled screw, scroll air-cooled, reciprocating, absorption and medical.
Now providing Industrial Combustion burner products and parts designed for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications, assuring customers have the most technologically advanced burner systems available. Industrial Combustion is the burner-of-choice when upgrading existing boiler installations for maximum fuel efficiency.
We are an authorized distributor of Industrial Combustion Parts and Burners
Enervise is the area distributor of Industrial Combustion (IC) burners and aftermarket parts. Our market stretches the states of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. If you want OEM parts for your burner, please call us and we will be happy to assist you.
If you need specialty inventory we can provide a full line of replacement parts for all Industrial Combustion burners available for immediate delivery. View IC’s Quick Product Reference Guide.
Warranty services: We work directly with Mechanical Contractors and specifying engineers to assist you with selection and delivery of IC components and equipment, and support for warranty service if required. You can rest assured we will support your service group, or in-house maintenance staff to meet the warranty service needs of your customers.
How Soon Do You Need Your IC Part or Burner?
We can have special order burners in our shop within 3-5 weeks. However, please call for lead time if you need to special order a burner.
Are You Sure You Are Getting OEM Parts?
When purchasing an Industrial Combustion burner, it’s important to look for the highest quality in the market.
To keep your IC burner operating like new and at peak performance, we recommend genuine Industrial Combustion Parts. Imitation aftermarket parts exist in the market, but in our experience they don’t provide the best operation. In order to maintain the highest integrity of your burner and boiler systems, it’s important to consider the following:
- Imitation components have not been built to the same time-tested and precise OEM specifications of factory authorized and genuine Industrial Combustion components.
- Imitation parts can actually cause a loss in burner performance, lower combustion efficiencies, decrease burner and boiler reliability and up-times, and can ultimately increase your overall fuel consumption.
Enervise is an authorized distributor of Industrial Combustion burners & parts. If your service company is not buying parts from Enervise, or an authorized Industrial Combustion distributor, then they are probably not supplying you with authorized, genuine Industrial Combustion Parts.
To assure you have maximum up time and burner-boiler availability contact your authorized IC – distributor to verify you are receiving genuine Industrial Combustion parts.
How Do I Learn More or Place an Order?
Please call Enervise at (800) 845-4839 and ask for Tracey Allen to be referred to a product specialist. We will be happy to explain the various ways you can ensure you are receiving genuine Industrial Combustion Parts.
About Industrial Combustion
Industrial Combustion is a leading manufacturer of burners designed for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications. The history of the product line is a long and enviable one. For nearly 70 years, IC burners have been part of virtually every major boiler manufacturer’s packaged products.
Superior design is the key to the products’ ongoing popularity. Industrial Combustion was the first company to introduce air-atomizing systems to burner designs. Since then, Industrial Combustion has led the industry in the development of new burner technologies. Industrial Combustion’s commitment to research and development assures industrial customers of having the most technologically advanced burner systems available.
Today, IC’s wide range of products has enabled Industrial Combustion to become a leader in both domestic and international markets. Industrial Combustion burners are still standard equipment in virtually every leading boiler manufacturer. IC is the burner-of-choice when upgrading existing boiler installations for maximum fuel efficiency. View IC’s Burner Solutions.
Variable Refrigerant Flow, VRF for Renovation and Retrofit Projects
Enervise is your VRF expert for your next commercial HVAC renovation and retrofit project. Our team has the experience for projects utilizing Ductless VRF technology. We work closely with you and your design team to recommend and select the best equipment options to help your building run better.
We provide design, engineering, construction project management and installation of your VRF system from inception to completion. Our goal is to deliver your requirements (while reducing energy costs). We fully commission your equipment and integrate building and VRF controls for long-term operation, and offer ongoing warranty and repair services. “Do it Right” with Enervise as your single source for VRF technology.
Design – Our VRF engineers work with you during pre-construction to design innovative solutions, establish conceptual estimates and determine your VRF project budget.
Build – Our VRF project managers ensure proper equipment selection, precise scheduling and quality installation of your new VRF System.
Service – Our VRF service team provides certified factory start-up, and extended labor and parts warranties.
Why Variable Refrigerant Flow?
Variable Refrigerant Flow, or VRF HVAC systems, have been the HVAC system of choice in other parts of the world for quite some time. Over the past 5 to 10 years, VRF HVAC technology has gained popularity and acceptance here in the US for many reasons.
“Installed performance of Variable Refrigerant Flow, VRF systems have proven to yield considerably less energy consumption when compared to conventional HVAC systems to include standard air-to-air heat pumps, packaged RTU, rooftop unit HVAC systems, and chiller/boiler systems.” “Projections are for the use of these system to double within the next 10 years” (the News, “VRF Gaining Mass Appeal in the US”. Publication date: 11/23/2015)
Delivering just the right amount of comfort to every area
Ideal for renovation and retrofit projects, these systems move refrigerant to the zones requiring heating or cooling. They can simultaneously heat some zones and cool others. Zones are single or multiple spaces that are a set temperature and operate independently from other spaces within the same building making them ideal for environments with specific comfort needs.
These systems have fewer components reducing initial equipment costs. Installation labor charges are reduced due to smaller diameter refrigerant lines that are easier to install than long duct runs going through walls in existing buildings. Service costs are reduced in water source applications over systems served by water cooled chillers requiring water treatment. In a word, once installed these systems are simple to operate and provide precise comfort to each space.
Consulting, Building Assessment and HVAC Surveys
As your mechanical services company, we are uniquely positioned to advise you on decisions regarding repairs and/or replacements for all of your mechanical equipment and building controls.
Enervise provides research, experience and recommended options, so that every design is an informed decision inclusive of the latest product offerings, maintainability, and energy considerations. We free you to focus on other aspects of your business while assuming responsibility for the optimal operation of your facility—for the life of your building. We keep your occupant’s comfort, productivity, and safety as well as low energy/operating costs and sustainable practices as our top priorities.
- Certified Energy Managers
- Mechanical & Professional Engineers
- Test & Balancing Professionals
- Commissioning Technicians
- Building Controls Integration Technicians
- Technical Audit Managers
With this proprietary program, we help you budget capital for equipment replacement projects instead of appropriating emergency or operating funds repairing or replacing obsolescent equipment. We’ll inventory your assets in order to develop projections that prioritize assets for retro-commissioning, refurbishment or replacement.
Not only does this make sense from a budgetary standpoint, it can actually increase positive cash flow for investments when you consider additional cost savings from rebates, new energy efficiencies and avoiding other unnecessary repairs.
Surveys and Reports
We offer a number of survey options conducted by our service technicians and engineers to help you answer specific questions about your service or equipment, such as:
Is my HVAC maintenance actually being done?
What’s the condition of the equipment in the building we’re about to buy or lease?
How about the condition of our company’s mechanical assets?
How much should I budget to repair or replace my equipment in the coming year?
Enervise HVAC surveys offer the answers for you. We will sit down with your team to determine your needs and recommend a specific survey or report that will help you make informed decisions.
1. HVAC Equipment Inspection Survey
Who would benefit from this survey and report?
- Customers buying or selling property who need to know the condition of mechanical systems
- Property management companies for due diligence to building owners
- Property management companies preparing spaces for new tenants
- Customers requiring detailed information on equipment because of budgetary concerns
What is in the report from the Equipment Inspection Survey?
- Nomenclature, age, size and photo documentation for each piece of equipment
- Roof Map and equipment position
- A validation of the condition of all mechanical equipment on the premises
- Executive summary snapshot of all conditions found and recommended repairs/replacements and budget costs
- Maintenance procedures needed
2. Engineering Heat Load and Comfort Audit:
If you are experiencing hot and cold spots in your building, our engineers can data log actual design conditions and run HVAC load calculation along with general review of the drawings to determine a course of action to restore comfort.
3. Start-Up and Commissioning:
If your building has a brand-new unit, we can inspect the equipment as a third party to make sure units were installed properly, started-up by a certified, knowledgeable technician and are operating correctly.
4. Portfolio Energy Benchmarking Report and Energy Audits:
If you want your building to be Energy Star certified or you simply want to reduce your carbon footprint or cut the cost of wasted energy, we can also analyze and assess your systems to deliver recommendations based on sustainability and conservation strategies.
How can you improve your building in three easy steps?
STEP 1 Energy Star Benchmark
We encourage you to compare your building’s energy use against your peers to see if you can avoid utility costs. Our approach includes benchmarking the energy use of your individual buildings utilizing the US EPA’s Energy Star rating system for your type of facility. We then create a baseline and develop strategies that often produce an average energy savings in the range of 5 to 20%.
Our Energy Benchmark report includes:
- Energy Performance from actual utilities usage
- Energy Cost Comparison vs peer building of similar type
- ENERGY STAR Rating – 75 or better is best of class
- Carbon Footprint & Sustainability index
- Recommendations to avoid utility costs
STEP 2 Survey and Capital Planning Guide
We conduct an HVAC Equipment Inspection Survey that will provide an in-depth analysis of your existing mechanical equipment, rating condition, budgeting for repairs and maintenance history. In conjunction with providing that survey, we often provide a five-year budget plan. Our financial modeling helps you anticipate when prudent investment in replacement equipment brings value verses repair utilizing your financial criteria.
Also, you can contact one of our experts in order to set up a consultation and help guide you to make the right decision for your situation.
STEP 3 Energy Assessment*
Our team and a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) will walk through your facility or building to:
- Review 24/7 operations
- Measure lighting levels
- Check comfort temperature and carbon dioxide levels
The Energy assessment follows the Level I ASHRAE energy audit process and includes detailed steps that our experts will be happy to address with you during a consultation.
* Fees are waived for Steps 1 and 2. Energy advisory fees may apply for Step 3, an Energy Advisory Assessment.
Emergency Retrofit and Equipment Rental Services
Enervise’s strength in commercial and industrial HVAC/R retrofits is coupled with our exceptional levels of service. We quickly uncover the root causes of building system failures before offering resourceful and innovative HVAC/R replacement or upgrade solutions you can trust.
When a sudden retrofit is the solution, we have emergency response teams ready to evaluate the technical details and needs, design a plan of action and address safety concerns at a moment’s notice. Our program is geared to get you up and running quickly. We also focus on helping you reduce costs, improve communication among all parties involved, provide expert technical project management, adhere to codes and permits that will minimize risk and manage rebates to reduce costs.
Our standby installation team can work quickly to replace chillers, boilers, rooftop units, or other equipment with a fully-commissioned system even on second and third shift, or over a weekend.
Sometimes equipment fails and the only way to keep things running until repairs and/or replacements are made is to employ a rental. Beyond these unexpected failures, you may also need to utilize rental equipment for seasonal spikes in production or if you have a scheduled shutdown looming or have indications that equipment is about to fail.
We partner with major rental companies and manufacturers to bring you the best turnkey equipment solutions for chillers, boilers, RTU’s on flatbeds, move-in-cool units for individual spaces, pumping systems, and cooling towers. We can have a rental replacement ready to install within hours of your call.
How can retro-commissioning pay you a dividend? We will make minor adjustments after troubleshooting an existing system, which could improve its overall energy efficiency with minimal financial investment. This provides you with a low-cost solution before any recommendation is made to repair or replace the existing equipment. Our commissioning teams are led by a project leader to assure that Functional Performance Tests (FPT) uphold equipment operation per design. Your team includes: test & balance, controls, and service technicians trained to adjust and optimize your HVAC systems for peak performance and comfort.