Some upgrades are needed to the HVAC units at the East Annex office building

Some upgrades are needed to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning units at the East Annex office building as multiple issues are facing the county commissioners. The issues appear to stem primarily from software issues in the units, and also appear to date back to when the units were initially installed in the building, according to Zach Andres, county maintenance chief, and Dean Beamont, owner of Beamont Heating and Cooling, of Archbold. Nine county agencies are in the building. Commissioners directed Andres and Beamont to work with the manufacturers of the units – Trane and Mitsubishi – and come up with a plan to fix the problems, along with cost estimates. Commissioners purchased the 32,120-square-foot building, at 1425 E. High St., in 2008 for $975,000, and renovated it in 2013 at a cost of $4.2 million.

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