HVAC Design

We provide high quality residential HVAC Designs for $1000.00 for all building permits in Ontario (per system + HST).
 

Municipalities in Ontario require a signed HVAC Design from a Professional Mechanical Engineer or a Licensed Mechanical Designer with a BCIN to obtain a Building Permit

 
 

Included in your Residential HVAC Design:

  • A ventilation calculation report
  • A heat loss and heat gain report
  • Ductwork design
  • Ductwork schematic drawings (shows duct sizes and cfm)
  • The reports show total btu’s and cfm

 
Commercial projects and residential projects featuring in-floor heating require further pricing, please call for information.
 
Completed construction blueprints are required to start any HVAC drawings. View our Custom Homes page to view a description of our custom home design services. 
 

Don’t hesitate to Contact Us us with any inquires regarding HVAC.

"Thanks for all of your help Hank. I look forward to doing more business with you in the future. I know that house plans are difficult to come by here in Parry Sound, and I will be referring you guys as much as I can!"
- Mark U.Parry Sound, Ontario
"Cathy and I could not be more satisfied with the professional service that we received from Hank Nauta. Nauta Home Designs has architecturally transformed our simple cape cod house into the home of our dreams. We cannot recommend highly enough the professional services offered.”"
- Gary & Cathy, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario
"I would recommend your firm to anyone building a home. I am still baffled at how many people have probably been declined their dream home because they didn't have your vision and tenacity for you clients."
- Shirley
"Thanks to you and your staff for the great design work on our new home. Construction is well underway and we were very pleased with the professional manner, quickness, and courtesy with which it was delivered."
- Vi and Scott K.
"Everything worked out great with our addition. We will send you some photos when we get a chance. We have taken lots along the way. People walking and driving by stop and admire the house often commenting to us on how good the house looks. They ask when are you moving in? No one can believe it is an addition."
- J & L M