Commercial Air Balancing

At Whiting Services, we’re not only dedicated to adding efficiency and efficacy to your HVAC system, but we’re also certified by the National Comfort Institute (NCI) to perform commercial air balancing on HVAC systems. Commercial air balancing is a crucial part of commissioning or diagnosing any commercial HVAC system. After a thorough and comprehensive air balancing procedure, our company will provide you with a Stamped NCI Certified Air Balance Report that can be submitted to local municipal inspectors, project managers, and facilities managers.


Without air balancing, the HVAC  installation is not complete. Air volumes will be off and airflow will take the path of least resistance, sending excess air to random diffusers. This will cause hot and cold spots in the conditioned space, which will lead to discomfort of the occupants and possibly even machinery breakdown.

An air balancing test can also be used on existing equipment to diagnose problems, such as:

  • Dirty refrigerant coils
  • Clogged or improper air filters
  • Improperly sized fan belts and fan pulleys
  • Blockages in the duct system.
  • Dysfunctioning or improperly set outdoor air equipment.
  • Positive or negative pressure problems in the conditioned space
  • Low refrigerant charge
  • Improper fan speed settings
  • Hot and cold spots in the conditioned space
  • Lack of proper outside air makeup to the building
  • Load capacity calculation
  • Over/under pressurization of the space

Our technicians rely on their many years of field experience and classroom training in commercial air balancing to ensure your HVAC equipment is operating at peak efficiency. Our goal is to make your equipment run as long as possible, as efficiently as possible.

We can travel outside our normal service area for commercial air balancing jobs — reach out to us on more information. We can get you an air balancing report fast to pass that final inspection.

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