The InsideIQ™ Building Automation Alliance, an international alliance of independent building automation contractors, has expanded its global reach by welcoming Airmaster Australia as its newest member firm. Headquartered in Melbourne and with seven branch offices across Australia, Airmaster is a full service technical solutions, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and building automation specialist whose customers include many of Australia's largest companies.
"Airmaster Australia is an industry leading, technologically advanced and customer-service focused company, which makes it a perfect fit for InsideIQ," said Mark Balent , president of InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance. "With its impressive customer list, highly-skilled workforce and solid financial performance, Airmaster encompasses all the qualities that define InsideIQ member companies."
Airmaster provides leading edge professional services in HVAC, industrial and process cooling, electrical services and building automation throughout Australia. Airmaster's services include installations, retrofits, design, maintenance, building automation and remote monitoring systems, energy management, energy efficiency reviews, smoke management, essential services maintenance, audit and certification, water treatment management and total facility maintenance.
"Airmaster is known for innovative and creative solutions, from cutting edge technologies that reduce chiller power usage and carbon emissions to protecting and extending the life of HVAC equipment," said Noel Courtney , managing director, Airmaster Australia. "Our customers appreciate the range of services we provide. For example, with in-house direct digital control capabilities, we can monitor and control a customer's indoor environment to optimize efficiency while our own boiler/chiller specialists are experts in large capacity heating and cooling. Airmaster also supports customers with value-added services focusing on total cost of ownership such as seamless service solutions and continuous improvement strategies to extend the life and efficiency of their equipment."