Complete Mechanical, Inc., has a full range of HVAC services in Bothell. HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation and air conditioning – three aspects of creating a comfortable indoor environment.
HVAC is not a new concept. Historically, humans have developed dwellings that are influenced by the geographical conditions in which they live. Desert dwellings, for example, often centered around a fountain and used thick earthen or stone walls to help hold out the heat. Evaporation cooling was used long before mechanical air conditioning was available. Modern construction, such as the Lusitania Paz de Colombia school in Medillin, often borrows from older architectural styles while introducing new materials. Northern climates also borrow from native cultures. It is well-known that earth-bermed homes are easier to heat and cool than their completely above-ground cousins, and that they are more resistant to tornados, hurricanes, and wildfires. Modern HVAC systems can help smooth out the inconsistencies that prevailed in older buildings that used this primitive geothermal resource to make buildings more secure comfortable by providing better air circulation, mechanical heating, and cooling. During the late 1960s and early 1970s a group that styled themselves “The New Alchemists” experimented with a building style they called Arks, which incorporated active and passive solar, heat sinks and indoor greenhouses. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning are a must in any style of building.
Whatever style of building you prefer, Complete Mechanical has a full range of HVAC services in Bothell to help you, just call (206)337-2360 to learn more. No matter whether you are renovating an older building or developing a modern installation, we can help. HVAC is essentially about evening out temperature changes and helping to ensure good indoor air quality. Those things are our specialty.