Fan Coil Retrofit

April 21, 2023

Fan Coil Retrofit

Extend the Lifespan of Your HVAC System

Typical fan coil units have a lifespan between 20 and 25 years. Depending on the age, condition, and efficiency of a building’s boilers and chillers, it may be time to consider replacement or refurbishment of fan coils. Fan coil units in poor condition and/or with improper maintenance may lead to serious issues, such as mold growth, drain pan overflow and flooding, odor, and health issues for occupants.

Moreover, refurbishing fan coil units is a more cost-effective solution than completely replacing them. It can help prolong the lifespan of your existing HVAC systems, saving you from the significant capital investment of installing new equipment. At Rimkus, we provide the designs for a range of refurbishment options tailored to your needs, including deep cleaning, repair of damaged components, and replacement of worn-out parts. By opting for our fan coil refurbishment services, you can avoid the expense of buying new equipment and benefit from improved comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency.

What Causes Fan Coils To Need Refurbishment

  • Component Failures
  • Corrosion of Piping
  • Increased Condensation Caused by Inadequate Ventilation
  • Insulation Deterioration
  • Maintenance and Occupant Lifestyle Issues
  • Mold Growth

Benefits Of Fan Coil Refurbishment

  • Antifungal Coatings Can Improve Air Quality
  • Extended Equipment Life
  • Fully Programmable ECM Motors Can Increase Energy Savings
  • High-performance Coils Improve Heating and Cooling
  • Incentives from Local Energy Distributors
  • Programmable Thermostats Can Improve Temperature Control

Fan Coil Refurbishment Services

  • Air Quality Testing
  • Current Codes and Standards Compliance
  • Fan Coil Condition Review and Studies
  • Fan Coil Equipment Design
  • Recommendations and Cost Estimation
  • Sizing and Boiler Selection Review

Our expert services can help avoid flooding, mold growth, and water damage while maintaining a building’s indoor air quality and lowering energy usage. Contact Pierre El Khoury or Nick Jackson to learn more.

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