Humidification System Installations and Repairs
Your business may want to consider adding an air filtration system, commercial humidifier, or air purifier, especially with the smoke many faced over the last summer. Even without wildfires and pollution, air quality is important. Keeping humidity in the healthy range between 30 and 50% is a challenge.
Indoor air quality in your commercial building affects the health, comfort and productivity of your workers. Constellation is here to help you with installation services and repairs of a variety of commercial air quality systems.
Types of Humidification and Dehumidification Systems for Commercial Buildings
In many areas, dry air is an ongoing or seasonal issue. It may make sense to add a commercial humidifier to your central HVAC system. Considered a whole building humidifier, a bypass humidification system distributes air with the proper moisture level through the building’s ductwork.
Like a bypass humidifier, steam indoor commercial humidifier systems serve the entire building. It uses a humidistat to sense air moisture levels and then injects steam into HVAC ducts as needed.
Evaporative units are commercial humidifiers that blow air across a wet wick and then into the air. Generally, these types of systems are added to your commercial building’s central HVAC system. Modern humidification systems also filter water to ensure pathogens don’t spread.
Dry air isn’t the only problem your building might face. Air that is too moist also has a downside. High humidity can damage furnishings and equipment and promote mold growth. Don’t make the mistake of thinking your HVAC system can handle the task. Investing in an energy-efficient dehumidifier that removes excess moisture from the air can save you from potentially costly problems.
Constellation provides humidification systems services throughout the state of Maryland, including Baltimore, Hagerstown, Elkton, Rockville, and Annapolis.
Commercial Air Filtration System Repairs and Installations
Constellation can install, maintain, and repair a variety of commercial air filtration systems. If your business is in an area that has been affected by wildfire smoke, you know how important it is to have clean air. Dramatic orange skies are not the only reason to invest in an air filtration system or an indoor air purifier. Removing indoor pollutants, allergens, and pathogens will benefit everyone.
Air cleaners and air purifiers sanitize the air in your building. Air purifiers use filters to remove dirt, pathogens, chemicals, and other kinds of pollutants as air passes through them. Air cleaners use ionizers that create charged particles that attach to and remove pollutants. Ozone generators are another way to remove odors, mold and bacteria.
UV Filtration Systems
UV filtration systems capture and push air through a chamber where it is exposed to ultraviolet light to kill mold, bacteria, and viruses. Because it doesn’t remove particles or volatile organic compounds or chemicals, you will probably need an additional indoor air filtration system in your building.
Commercial Properties We Serve
Constellation has the experience you need to install and maintain a commercial air filtration system or add commercial humidification to your HVAC system. The air quality challenges and needs vary for different kinds of businesses and structures. That is why it makes sense to work with Constellation professionals who have experience with these kinds of facilities:
- Business offices
- Restaurants and bars
- Food retailers and grocery stores
- Motels, hotels, and resorts
- Clubs and meeting halls
- Gas stations and convenience shops
- Schools, colleges, and other educational institutions
- Manufacturing facilities
- Healthcare clinics and hospitals
- Gyms and sporting venues
- Malls and movie theaters
- Repair shops
- Government buildings
- Airports and other transportation hubs
Frequently Asked Questions About Commercial Humidification and Air Filtration Services
What is the difference between commercial and residential air filtration?
The air in commercial spaces presents a bigger challenge to air filtration systems. Larger spaces with more people and more traffic mean you are dealing with a higher volume of dirt, pathogens, and pollutants. Some businesses, from manufacturers to restaurants, are putting pollutants into the air. You need an air purifier or indoor air filtration system that has the power to handle the challenge.
Are Constellation’s indoor air quality technicians licensed and insured?
The quality of our professionals is our priority. We provide specialized training and make sure every building automation control specialist is fully licensed and insured. Among the licenses we require are:
- MD HVAC #10605
- MD Master Electrician #13060
- MD Master Plumber/Gas Fitter #89794
- WSSC #72758
What types of businesses do you offer commercial humidification and air filtration services to?
You are assured of working with a professional who has experience with building control systems in your specific type of commercial building and business. We list some examples of the types of projects we have taken on in the section above “Commercial Properties We Serve.”
Where in Maryland are your commercial air filtration and humidification services offered?
Whether your business is across the bay on the Eastern Shore or in Annapolis or the DC metropolitan area, up to Baltimore, or west from Hagerstown to Cumberland and beyond, Constellation has seasoned professionals who can help you with the right air filtration system or commercial humidifier system.