Contact us @ 416 576 6510

Serving most of Southern Ontario

History

Garry Brisbois, owner and HVAC Specialist founded Fuzion HVAC Consulting and Design in 2011, with a purpose of providing energy conscious HVAC designs for residential projects. With more than 25 years in the HVAC field, we incorporate our experience into every design submitted for our clients, ensuring that the integration of the system is professionally designed to provide proper function and comfort.

We currently operate out of Newmarket, Ontario Canada supplying a service area throughout most of Southern Ontario.

Qualification

Garry Brisbois received his Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology Diploma from George Brown College in 2006. BCIN Registered for General Legal and HVAC House. And continues updating his profile with new changes to the building industry such as the new CSA F280-12

Certifications include the following:

  • HRAI RHASDT Certified
  • Heat Loss & Heat Gain Calculations
  • Air System Design
  • Radiant Heating
  • Integrated Combo Systems
  • Mechanical Ventilation Design including HRV’s and ERV’s

Design Process

Our professional service begins with the client’s inquiry, followed by a project analysis, and then our design services. Site visits are also required on some projects. We continue working with the client even after the submittal of the information to the municipality, by dealing directly with local plan examiners and officials to ensure that our client’s submittal is approved in a timely manner.

Fuzion HVAC Consulting and Design utilizes Right-Suite Universal; an industry recognized software, which allows us to provide multiple layers of information to our clients. The information supplied is, but not limited to, air and hydronic designs, mechanical ventilation, HRV / ERV system design, combo systems, heat load calculations, CSA F280-12 summary and all other information required for an HVAC permit submittal

A client’s information can be submitted by email by providing their drawings in PDF or AutoCAD format and/or meeting in person.