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MEP Engineering Services

Posted by wpengine on June 8, 2017 9:22 pm
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As an increasing number of states legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational use, the cannabis industry is poised for massive growth. In preparing to meet the anticipated demand, growers must pay close attention to cannabis cultivation facility design. Proper climate control engineering is essential to ensure you’ll get the highest possible yields in the most energy-efficient manner. This means choosing mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems that are designed and installed by experienced professionals. Surna is a top MEP engineering company that can provide you with the equipment and the engineering expertise you need. We can create a comprehensive and carefully engineered HVAC solution that will give you the level of performance required for maximum production and efficiency.

Combining Know-How and Can-Do

Setting up a commercial cannabis growing facility inevitably requires engineers to help design the space and find the best possible equipment, among other tasks. We’re very fortunate to have an amazing staff of educated and experienced professionals who design our equipment and our clients’ facilities, and help maintain the system components after they’re up and running. With our expertise in HVAC systems, we’re the best resource for industrial climate engineering and other engineering services for cannabis cultivation facilities that can help you rise above the competition.

Our customers love having the same company that designed their equipment also provide their facility engineering. There are many shared issues in both phases of engineering. Our deep understanding of your equipment needs and the unique challenges of indoor cultivation puts us in the best position to design an appropriate and efficient environment for your specific needs. With our help, you’ll achieve the most efficient and reliable system for your facility — one that will deliver healthier crops, reduced energy bills and less downtime.

Choose Surna to Help Your Business Grow

Since 2006, we’ve been helping growers in the cannabis industry find solutions for their indoor cultivation needs. Growing marijuana requires specific knowledge because it is unlike other commercial growing operations. Too many cannabis growers rely on cobbled-together systems that don’t provide the exact balance of humidity and temperature control that is so important for these plants. As a result, the growers can experience crop loss and frequent maintenance issues. Because we’ve been in the cultivation engineering business longer than most of the other players, we can help you avoid these problems.

Our cannabis facility engineering and design capabilities allow us to create the ideal solution for your operation. Unlike many of our competitors, we know this equipment inside and out. Reach out to us and gain the benefits of our detailed understanding of the industry, and its requirements, for yourself.

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As an increasing number of states legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational use, the cannabis industry is poised for massive growth. In preparing to meet the anticipated demand, growers must pay close attention to cannabis cultivation facility design. Proper climate control engineering is essential to ensure you’ll get the highest possible yields in the most energy-efficient manner. This means choosing mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems that are designed and installed by experienced professionals. Surna is a top MEP engineering company that can provide you with the equipment and the engineering expertise you need. We can create a comprehensive and carefully engineered HVAC solution that will give you the level of performance required for maximum production and efficiency.

Combining Know-How and Can-Do

Setting up a commercial cannabis growing facility inevitably requires engineers to help design the space and find the best possible equipment, among other tasks. We’re very fortunate to have an amazing staff of educated and experienced professionals who design our equipment and our clients’ facilities, and help maintain the system components after they’re up and running. With our expertise in HVAC systems, we’re the best resource for industrial climate engineering and other engineering services for cannabis cultivation facilities that can help you rise above the competition.

Our customers love having the same company that designed their equipment also provide their facility engineering. There are many shared issues in both phases of engineering. Our deep understanding of your equipment needs and the unique challenges of indoor cultivation puts us in the best position to design an appropriate and efficient environment for your specific needs. With our help, you’ll achieve the most efficient and reliable system for your facility — one that will deliver healthier crops, reduced energy bills and less downtime.

Choose Surna to Help Your Business Grow

Since 2006, we’ve been helping growers in the cannabis industry find solutions for their indoor cultivation needs. Growing marijuana requires specific knowledge because it is unlike other commercial growing operations. Too many cannabis growers rely on cobbled-together systems that don’t provide the exact balance of humidity and temperature control that is so important for these plants. As a result, the growers can experience crop loss and frequent maintenance issues. Because we’ve been in the cultivation engineering business longer than most of the other players, we can help you avoid these problems.

Our cannabis facility engineering and design capabilities allow us to create the ideal solution for your operation. Unlike many of our competitors, we know this equipment inside and out. Reach out to us and gain the benefits of our detailed understanding of the industry, and its requirements, for yourself.