Creating the Perfect Environment for Your Space
WaterSpark Group is home to some of Ireland’s best Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Specialists, assuring that your spaces’ indoor air quality is maintained through careful equipment installation and fitting of the highest quality systems.
Working closely with you to achieve your desired results, our team will help you create the HVAC layout for your new build or refurbished space.
Supply and Installation
We have partnered with the most trusted Irish brands to supply your HVAC systems with A-grade material. Each of our installers is nationally qualified and has years of experience under their belts.
Repair and Maintenance
Proper care and maintenance of your HVAC system not only assures a longer lifespan but also helps you avoid emergency situations that cause stress and waste both your time and money.
If you do find yourself in either situation, our team of specialists is on hand and more than happy to help. Contact us today to learn more.
What goes into an HVAC system and how does it work? To maintain ambient indoor air quality and thermal comfort, each component is hard at work.
The thermostat is the main control for the cooling and heating components of your system. It also helps with zoning, letting you control the temperature in each section of your space.
In the more recent years, the thermostat has become an integral part of “smart homes” wherein programmes can be set on a timer, motion sensors, syncing with other devices depending on usage, and conveniently through mobile apps allowing for multiple user controls from anywhere there is a mobile phone signal.
The return air is the air’s first point of contact with the HVAC system. It pulls the air in and delivers it into the heating or cooling compartments to be circulated back to maintain the area’s desired temperature.
The filter blocks as much debris and dust particles from entering the HVAC system to assure that it continues its optimum function.
The exhaust outlets expel excess heat produced by the HVAC system to prevent it from overheating. The outlet must be checked regularly to assure that nothing is blocking its vents.
The ducts are the passages of the hot or cold air that the HVAC produces.
The electrical element is what powers the HVAC system and keeps everything running.
The evaporator coil cools the air pulled in by the air return with a refrigerant and is distributed through the air conditioning unit.
The condenser coil does the opposite; it releases the hot air produced by the process and expells it through the outdoor unit to ensure it does not overheat.
The blower motor moves the cool and hot air throughout the ductwork, using a fan to circulate the air.
The compressor can be found in the HVAC’s outdoor unit and it converts the refrigerant from a gas to liquid and sends it to the coils to be processed and recirculated into the ductwork.
The heat exchanger or combustion chamber is responsible for heating air through electric coils or burner, depending on what your system uses.
Why Work with WaterSpark
At WaterSpark, we consistently provide efficient concepts, installations, and maintenance of your essential mechanical, electrical, and renewable energy needs. Our highly-skilled team is more than capable to get the job done no matter how big or small the project is.
WaterSpark Group provides you with effective and cost effective solutions to create a safe and comfortable environment for your systems to operate at its best.
Get in touch
If you’re looking to have your plumbing system serviced or want to know more, fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!
Office: 01 5038204
Mobile: 085 7570727
Digital Office Centre, Block B
Maynooth Business Campus
Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Saturday: 9am – 3pm
We are WaterSpark
WaterSpark Group is an Electrical, Mechanical & Renewables Company.
Our mission is to bring the latest in affordable, energy-efficient innovations to the homes and businesses of Ireland.