As a business owner, the comfort of your employees and customers is a top priority. That means you need a quality commercial HVAC system installed that is reliable and efficient. Determining which commercial heating and air system is best is going to be different for each business. However, there are certain criteria you can use to guide your decision.
Types of Commercial HVAC Systems
Start by selecting the best type of HVAC technology for your business’ needs and space:
- Water-cooled: Buildings with water-cooled base systems will require you to install equipment to tie into the base system.
- Ducted split system: This type of commercial unit uses traditional ductwork to distribute airflow.
- Ductless: Ductless systems don’t require traditional ductwork and are a great choice for computer server rooms.
- Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF): VRF systems adjust output to meet real-time needs, which results in quieter operation and better efficiency.
- Rooftop Unit (RTU): This type of commercial HVAC system is great for large buildings, both single and multiple story.
Size of Your Commercial HVAC System
The best commercial system is one that is sized just right for the space that is to be conditioned. It’s essential to choose a heating and cooling contractor with experience in sizing commercial HVAC systems in order to correctly determine the capacity.
Air Distribution of Your System
Balanced air distribution is an important factor when choosing and installing a commercial system. Your HVAC contractor will inspect and provide a duct system design that will work best for your business.
Installing and Maintaining Your Commercial HVAC System
The HVAC contractor you choose will provide a professional Commercial Comfort Consultant to assess your business’ comfort needs and recommend the best type and size needed.
Regardless of which reliable brand you choose — which may include: Trane, Carrier, Goodman, Lennox, or Daikin — your commercial HVAC system will need an Energy Savings Plan to prevent downtime and maximize comfort and energy efficiency. So, in reality, choosing the best commercial system starts with choosing the right HVAC contractor.
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