Test, Adjust, Balance Company, Inc. (T.A.B.CO.) is an independent NEBB Certified
Firm, established in 1995 by Charles Chinnis and James Paxton. T.A.B.CO. is dedicated
to providing superior testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) services on heating,
ventilating and air conditioning systems. Our purpose is to ensure client satisfaction
with quality, integrity, and value, as well as to provide unbiased, accurate test
and balance data. With our extensive experience in the mechanical contracting and
service industry, we are confident in our ability to provide high quality service
and technical expertise.
T.A.B. CO. utilizes state of the art calibrated digital and analog equipment for
air and hydronic testing. Our certified technicians are meticulously trained in
accordance with NEBB Procedural Standards. T.A.B.CO.’s President is a long-term
active board member of Texas NEBB. The National Environmental Balancing Bureau
(NEBB) is the premier, internationally recognized organization that establishes and
maintains industry standards, procedures, and specifications for Testing, Adjusting
and Balancing of HVAC Systems.
T.A.B.CO. is committed to principles of energy efficiency and conservation. T.A.B.CO.’s
services enable clients to run their equipment in the way it was designed to improve
their systems efficiency and reduce energy costs. Buildings use 70% of all electricity*,
most of which comes from fossil fuels with abundant carbon emissions polluting the
air. In addition, energy costs represent about 20% of a building’s total expenditures*,
with about half of that for heating, cooling and ventilation. The HVAC equipment
for a facility also represents a significant capital investment in itself. If the
equipment is not performing as designed, inefficient operation is likely the result.
Building managers across DFW are utilitzing T.A.B.CO. to improve building energy
performance, reduce carbon emissions, and save money. Maintaining a comfortable environment
for building occupants is vital. Balancing that comfort with your energy consumption
and cost is equally important. Returning the system to its design operating conditions
can save money month after month. Likewise, anything you can do to extend the working
life of this equipment will reduce your replacement costs over time.