It’s hard to imagine a commercial building these days without a good HVAC system in place. With climates around the world becoming more intense and unpredictable, it only makes sense for anyone who owns and runs a commercial property to ensure the comfort of the people who work, do business and shop in their building.
If you’re in the market for a new commercial HVAC system, you need to consider a lot of things to find the perfect match for your needs. Here Richardson Air Systems, one of the leading HVAC contractors in the region, shares four critical factors to take into account for your commercial HVAC installation.
Building size and layout – The size of your building will have an impact on the type of HVAC units you’ll need. If the system is too large for your space, it could short cycle and increase your energy bills. Too small, and it won’t have enough power to do its job.
Foot traffic – The more people that are on your property, the more indoor heat will increase. If you constantly have a large number of people inside, you’ll need more powerful air conditioning to regulate the indoor temperature. If your property doesn’t have a lot of foot traffic, you won’t have to deal with this kind of heat output.
Windows – The windows in your commercial building let in the sun’s rays, particularly if they face south. Naturally, this increases the indoor temperature, requiring a more powerful cooling system for your structure.
Equipment – Restaurants will have higher heat output with their equipment than an office would, which influences how powerful the HVAC units have to be.
Richardson Air Systems is the most trusted HVAC contractor for air conditioning and heating repair in the region. We’ve been servicing local homeowners and building owners for over 15 years. If you want to schedule a FREE installation or repair consultation, give us a call at (609) 385-2423 or complete our form.