Consult with your mechanical engineer to make any necessary changes to the HVAC design, such as additional HVAC equipment, changes to capacity, ductwork modification, air diffuser relocation and airflow changes.
Assess the current condition and performance of your existing HVAC equipment to determine whether any repairs or replacements should be performed during the remodel. During construction, protect the HVAC equipment from dust and debris, which could contaminate air handling equipment, coils, fans and ductwork.
After construction, remember to have your contractor start the HVAC equipment and clean or replace the air filters. Then contact your TAB firm to rebalance the building as needed.