custom-designed heating and cooling systems
- Aalberts integrated piping systems provides an integrated design service for installers, easing their work load and creating a custom-designed heating and cooling system
- now offers installers a custom design service, where we take the initial design drawings and help them develop the perfect system that meets all of their requirements
In the commercial building sector in the Netherlands, designing and engineering heating and cooling systems is a complex task. For many installers, already under pressure due to a shortage of qualified technical engineers, preparing drawings and calculating heating and cooling requirements per room can lead to cost over runs, project delays, or poor decision making. At Aalberts integrated piping systems, we provide an integrated design service for installers, easing their work load and creating a custom-designed heating and cooling system.
“We see increasing numbers of installers working on commercial projects who have to calculate how much heating or cooling they need per room, so that they know how much water is required,” says Dennis van Buren, sales director for the Netherlands at Aalberts integrated piping systems. “For some of the small- and medium-sized installation companies, this is a tough task. They don't always have the expertise in-house, or simply struggle to deal with the size of the job. We now offer installers a custom design service, where we take the initial design drawings and help them develop the perfect system that meets all of their requirements. The service is becoming increasingly popular.”
One of the unique elements of the service is that it's totally free, says Dennis. “Customers know us for our high-quality products and systems, so when they discover we offer this service at no extra cost, they're delighted. This also changes the relationship we have with the customer, and helps us develop strong professional bonds. Our aim is to continue offering the service to installers at all levels, from small to large.”