HVAC Solutions Richmond Virginia

Enhance Your Richmond, VA Facility with HVAC Solutions

Block unwanted noise and secure equipment from the unexpected with high-end solutions that give you peace of mind and improve occupant comfort.

Ensure Occupant Comfort & Your Building’s Infrastructure

Optimal building operations are complex and demand attention to detail. The durability of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems must be prioritized in light of unexpected phenomena such as earthquakes or intense winds; utilizing restraint products that control movement is key to this end.

Also, proactively managing the noise output from such equipment is a must to avoid subsequent financial burdens.

With so much to consider, the expertise of an HVAC and engineered products advisor is invaluable in finding the optimal solution tailored to your requirements.

The Ketchum & Walton Difference

Cost-Effective
Solutions

With your HVAC system protected from the elements, you reduce the risk of incurring unnecessary expenses to replace or repair damaged equipment.

Exceed Industry
Standards

We help to exceed noise control standards set by ASHRAE and the International Building Code.

Maximum Health
& Comfort

Loud mechanical equipment creates a stressful and unproductive environment, both within the facility and in the surrounding areas. With vibration isolation and seismic restraints, you can maximize the health of building occupants and have peace of mind knowing your equipment is secure.

Dependable
Sales Team

We’re always available and carry each project through from start to finish to ensure you receive the highest quality service.

Safeguard Your Equipment with Enduring Solutions

Our Richmond-based team is ready to craft a specialized solution that addresses your distinct needs, from mitigating noise from structural vibrations to securing equipment during unexpected events. Trust us to provide you with a durable fix suited just for you.
Vibration Isolation

Vibration Isolation

We offer a variety of vibration isolation solutions to prevent structure-borne noise from invading areas of your building, including roof curbs, hangers, spring isolators, and more. We also use noise block panels to prevent noise from breaking out through the curb itself.

Louvers

Louvers

Louvers are an attractive option used as part of the intake/exhaust air system to control unwanted noise created by the equipment.

Duct Silencers

Duct Silencers

Ductwork is another common path for noise to travel through. Our duct silencers replace a section of ductwork to attenuate unwanted noise.

Seismic Wind Restraints

Seismic & Wind Restraints

In addition to isolating your equipment, we also offer seismic and wind restraint products that enable it to withstand the elements. Many of these products can isolate your mechanical equipment and keep it restrained at the same time.

Here’s How We Effectively Solve Your HVAC & Building Equipment Problems

Step 1

Schedule a Consultation with Our Richmond-Area Team

Our first step is to visit the job site, identify your HVAC and engineered product needs, and develop a strategy for implementing the solution.

Step 2

Get a Quote

Once we’ve analyzed your problem, we’ll put together a quote encompassing the HVAC solutions that will achieve your goals.

Step 3

Implement the Solution

Now that we have a plan, it’s time to execute the solution. Our team in Richmond will be available during the implementation phase to ensure everything goes smoothly.
Step 4

Analyze Results & Make Adjustments

We want you to be 100% satisfied with the final product, and we’ll make any necessary adjustments to ensure that you achieve your desired goals.

Reliable Solutions to Obtain Peace of Mind for Everyone.

Our premium solutions simplify the path to keeping facilities quiet and occupants safe, giving you the confidence that comes with reliable, expertly engineered-products. Rest assured that our seasoned professionals understand your challenges and are committed to delivering outstanding service and long-lasting, high-efficiency solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

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