Is Your Commercial Heating and Cooling System Running Optimally?

Is Your Commercial Heating and Cooling System Running Optimally?

by | Dec 2, 2019 | Commercial HVAC, Commercial Refrigeration, Energy Efficiency, Facility Maintenance, Facility Management

Your commercial heating and cooling system not only has an impact on the comfort of your office building, but this system plays a role in the money that is spent on utility costs each month.

As a business owner, you need to be sure that your employees and customers are comfortable throughout the year. At the same time, it’s smart to invest in the right HVAC system to manage overhead costs.

Every business owner needs to consider two important factors: the installation of a quality heating and cooling system, as well as an ongoing maintenance plan to ensure the performance of the equipment.

Different Systems to Use for Heating and Cooling

The most important thing to keep in mind is that different businesses require different commercial heating and cooling systems. Each system needs to be designed based on the size, layout, and shape of the building.

Additionally, the unique needs of the business should be considered to ensure optimal performance at all times.

If you are preparing for the installation of a new heating and cooling system, there are a few components you might consider:

  • Why Use Chillers: Chilled water can be used for both cooling and dehumidifying the air for mid- and large-size industrial or commercial buildings. The benefit is that water-cooled systems provide efficiency, which helps to reduce the impact on the environment.
  • Why Use Cooling Towers: This component is used along with a chiller, working to remove the heat from the condensed water. The heat in the water can be dissipated so it can be used to cool the building.

  • Why Use Boilers: If a building needs to be heated, then commercial boilers can be used for the heating system. Boilers are fueled by either oil or gas. Either steam or hot water is generated, which is then circulated through fan coils, radiators, or baseboard units to provide heat.

  • Why Use Rooftop Units: A rooftop system offers many benefits and versatility compared to other heating and cooling systems. These modular units create less noise pollution, save space within the building, and run on electricity or natural gas.

One of the best ways to choose the unit required for your building is to work with an experienced HVAC installation team. If you are looking for personal recommendations, then you are welcome to contact the experts here at CMI Mechanical for more information.

Preventative Maintenance Program

Regardless of the type of commercial heating and cooling system you are using, it is critical that you have a good preventative maintenance program in place to ensure the ongoing performance of this system. Do you already have a heating and cooling preventative maintenance program? If you don’t, then right now is a great time to get started!

At CMI Mechanical, we are just a phone call away.

Not only is our team here to help with a new installation, but we are also happy to answer your questions about HVAC upgrades and repair work. We provide full-service solutions for commercial heating and cooling.

Contact us anytime to learn more: (303) 364-3443

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