Thomas-Young Associates, Inc is Certified by the Associated Air Balance Council ( AABC) and the
AABC Commissioning Group ( ACG).
We are the only AABC Certified Testing and Balancing Agency in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and New Hampshire,
though demand for our high qualtity services takes us on projects around the globe.
AABC and ACG have the most stringent and demanding qualification requirements in the industry for certification. We are often asked why we are the only AABC Certified Testing and Balancing Agency in these states. The answer is quite simple. AABC members must meet the industry's most stringent requirements, which are strictly enforced to ensure that only qualified companies become members of AABC. This is the highest form of quality control in the industry. We meet and maintain those stringent requirements. And our company is very proud of that fact and has been for over 50 years.
AABC has a long and proud history of Independent Testing and Balancing and membership is open to all who meet the stringent qualification process. 173 Testing and Balancing Agencies worldwide are AABC Certified. Being an AABC Certified Independent Testing and Balancing Agency having no affiliation with engineers, architects, installing contractors, or manufacturers assures our clients that they are receiving an accurate and truthful Testing and Balancing report. Engineers and Architects can rely on the report's accuracy to make knowledgeable decisions about a system's performance, or to validate a system's functionality for possible installation on future projects. Owners can be assured they will find no unwanted Testing and Balancing suprises in their systems once they are turned over to them and that they are balanced to the utmost energy efficiency.
Take the time on your next project to have the Testing and Balancing Agency prove their certification. Then take the time to actually find out who is Independently Certified. It really does make the difference between a truly balanced efficient system and one you think might be, only to find out at the most inopportune time it is not.