Commercial HVAC Efficiency

Whether it is a chilly winter day or a summer heat wave, you need a commercial HVAC system that will help keep your business running smoothly.

A lot of time is spent at work, and those eight to ten hours can be miserable if the HVAC system is not working correctly. Yet, energy efficiency is equally important. An HVAC system that runs continuously or turns on and off frequently can be money down the drain. Ensuring your system is installed correctly and maintained efficiently will keep your budget in check without sacrificing comfort.

If you have questions regarding your commercial HVAC system, call Call Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning & Heating.

Different Facilities Have Different HVAC Needs

Heating and cooling a commercial business is different than heating and cooling a home. The increased number of people, equipment, and electronics can all tax the system if it is not fully functioning. This means there often needs to be dual heating and cooling and regulation.

Additionally, different facilities have different HVAC needs, so there is no one size fits all system. However, an HVAC system that is fully functioning and efficient will include components like ducts that are sized correctly and appropriately sealed, proper insulation, and an HVAC system that is fine-tuned to your business needs and size requirements. This means that in an office setting, the rooms need to be heated and cooled to an appropriate temperature that does not leave employees uncomfortable. Additionally, a business with a large open warehouse space should efficiently be heated or cooled throughout.

How an Experienced Heating and Cooling Company Can Help

A good heating and cooling company should be able to work with you regarding your needs and concerns. Some business owners may be more geared towards sustainability, looking to learn more about solar power or heat pumps, while others may simply be looking for a way to save as much money as possible.

Due to the potentially high costs of heating and cooling a business, it is generally a good idea for business owners to consider the benefits of installing a programmable thermostat. With programmable thermostats, you can avoid having all system components turn on simultaneously, as these peak demand moments will typically be more expensive.

Another crucial component of an efficient commercial HVAC system is ductwork. Ducts need to be inspected and tested to ensure there are no leaks and that the system will ultimately be as efficient as possible. Many buildings change owners several times, and there is a chance the building your business is in was originally intended for a different purpose. Discussing the ductwork and efficiency of the system with an HVAC professional who can customize a system to meet the requirements of your particular business should be a top priority. You may want to do some work on the ducts, especially cleaning and sanitation, to ensure the air is clean before you set up shop.

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At Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning & Heating, we pride ourselves in being a locally owned and operated HVAC company. With more than 30 years of experience and a master technician and mechanical engineer as our owner, we can replace, repair, and provide maintenance for your business or home’s HVAC system.

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