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WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING AN HVAC SYSTEM
Picking the right HVAC system for your San Diego property is not easy, especially since there are many factors to be considered, including the following:
- Upfront cost: This is something we are all concerned with. However, when purchasing your new HVAC system, you shouldn’t just opt for the cheapest option. Instead, try to think long-term and invest in the system that will save you money and help your business down the road.
- Energy efficiency: Before making the final decision, ensure to confirm the SEER and HSPF of the unit. They will tell you how efficient it is, and you’ll manage to make a well-informed decision.
- The location of your property: Different climates may require you to buy larger or smaller units. To be on the safe side, it’s best to consult a trustworthy commercial HVAC service company near you since they are familiar with the annual temperature levels in the area and will be able to precisely estimate what type of system you should opt for.
- The design of the HVAC system and your property: Whether you’ll go with ducts or a ductless system, zoned control or a centralized thermostat is often determined by the size and the layout of your space. We will make sure to detect any potential constraints and present you with the options accordingly.
WHAT IS THE PRINCIPLE OF HVAC?
An HVAC system functions on the basic principles of thermodynamics and heat transfer. The abbreviation stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning and its main purpose is to provide comfortable heating or cooling with effective, easy-to-use thermal control. In order to help you better grasp the idea of commercial HVAC systems, let’s analyze some of the main processes that a standard commercial system consists of:
- Cooling or heating: The product of heating energy being extracted and processed from internal or external sources in order to lower or raise the temperature in a particular part of the building.
- Humidifying/dehumidifying: Some commercial structures require specific levels of humidity in order to protect the health of its occupants or keep goods and items safe. This is achieved by adding or removing water vapor.
- Air filtration: Another essential role of HVAC systems is to provide clean and fresh air for its users. This is why these systems are equipped with units designed to eliminate harmful particles such as allergens, smoke, and other harmful elements.
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WHAT ARE THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF AN HVAC SYSTEM?
Every commercial HVAC system is designed differently in order to accommodate the needs of certain businesses or commercial spaces. By getting familiar with the ins and outs of your HVAC System setup, you’ll be able to estimate your replacement and installation needs more accurately. These are the main parts that a commercial HVAC system may consist of:
- Air conditioners: These units represent integral parts of every HVAC system, but unlike domestic units, commercial ones can weigh up to 30 tons depending on the size of the space that they have to cover. Larger units typically cover spacious multi-story buildings, while free-standing ones are good for compact office spaces.
- Condensers: These are parts of the system that transforms gas, or air, into a liquid which is then used to transfer energy to a designated environment. Condenser unit parts like the compressor, fans and coils can deteriorate or break down over time. However, instead of making a common mistake of purchasing an entirely new unit, you can replace these individual parts and spare your bank account unnecessary investments.
- Terminal units: Are elements of the HVAC system that consist of a fan or coil and are used for temperature manipulation of commercial spaces without being connected to ductwork. Typically, businesses can either opt for classic rooftop units or make-up air units which solely utilize outdoor air.
- Chillers: Designed with the purpose of removing heat from the pipe system in a building and then distributing it through the coils of air handlers or other systems. Businesses have the option of choosing between water-cooled chillers or air-cooled units.
Call us today to schedule an appointment with our HVAC specialists so that we can assist you with all your installation and replacement queries.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT HVAC SYSTEMS?
Implementing an eco-friendly and energy-saving HVAC system into your San Diego commercial property design is not only an investment in your business, but also your finances and environmentalism. Here is why you should do this ASAP:
- Reduced energy costs. LEED-certified buildings and properties constructed in accordance with CALGreen regulations can decrease their annual energy costs by 30 to 40%. Action Commercial HVAC follows the above-mentioned guidelines, so you may rest assured that your HVAC system will meet the highest industry standards.
- Improved comfort. If you want your workers, clients, and guests to feel comfortable and appreciated by you, investing in a cutting-edge HVAC system is a great first step.
- Healthier environment. Cleaner air should be your top priority.
- Better budgeting. Investing in an energy-efficient HVAC system will allow you to allocate your funds towards key business goals and operations.
- And much more!