Residential HVAC

Rogers & Sons are experts in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning designs for custom homes, renovations and new additions for the discerning home-owner with a desire for the highest quality of air and air circulation and comfort.

Comfort for your family and friends is as important to us as it is to you. We will thoroughly analyze the construction of your home to determine the best HVAC solution possible. We will help tailor a solution around your budget while still delivering the utmost quality that our existing customers have come to expect.

Our highly skilled and experienced team of mechanical engineers develop HVAC air duct design and HVAC load calculations, no matter the complexity of the system. We provide Residential Design / Build Services Including:

  • HVAC Design for Custom Homes, Renovations and New Additions
  • Heat loss/gain Calculations
  • Computerized Duct Design Calculations
  • HVAC Troubleshooting
  • Ventilation Sizing and Assessments
  • In-floor Heating Design calculations and sizing
  • CADD Design Drawings
  • Revit Snowmelt design calculations and sizing
  • Domestic hot water with boiler
  • Pool and hot tub heating with boiler
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HVAC Energy & Economic Analysis

As leaders in the complete Design and Build approach to Comfort systems, Rogers & Sons prides itself on applying its 40 years of history to providing a dedicated service for energy and economic analysis, ensuring that our clients have the most energy and cost efficient installations.

Our team utilizes and applies building energy simulation tools to analyze building energy efficiency, evaluate cost effective design and retrofit options for improving energy efficiency, comparing alternative building heating, cooling, refrigeration and power generation alternatives on the basis of annual energy cost and life cycle costs, and identifying markets where new technologies can compete with conventional building energy systems.

These analysis are very extensive, requiring parametric analysis techniques where large numbers of building and equipment simulations are performed to evaluate local, regional and national impacts of new technologies or new building energy codes and standards