Commercial Heating & Air Conditioning Installation
As a business owner, you know how important it is to have a good commercial heating and air conditioning unit in place. So when the time comes to choose a new system, you want to be sure you get the best one possible. But with so many options out there, it’s tough to know where to start without the assistance of a commercial HVAC professional.
Perco Heating & Air and mechanical services has been installing heating and cooling units for commercial customers throughout the Colorado area for years. Our technicians are up to date on all of the latest developments in the field so you don’t have to worry about the details. And once we’ve guided you through selection, we’ll take care of the entire installation process from start to finish.
Types of Commercial HVAC Systems
Because there are so many types of commercial heating and cooling systems to choose from and they each have their own particular specs, you need to know that the company you hire knows about and can work equally well with any of them. We make sure that our technicians have all of the latest information concerning the various systems on the market, so you can be sure you’re getting only the highest quality installation services when you do business with us.
While you might think that any HVAC contractor could handle a commercial heating and air conditioning installation, these types of projects differ from residential installations in several important ways. Because of this, you want to hire a contractor with experience handling commercial projects so you know the work will be done right and in a reasonable amount of time.
Commercial HVAC Installation Considerations
No matter what type of commercial heating and air conditioning system you eventually choose, the model you pick out must have the capacity to accommodate the size and needs of your building. It’s tempting to choose the biggest one you can find to cover all eventualities, but this is a sure way to spend more money than necessary.
A commercial heating and air conditioning system that’s too powerful for the space you have will cycle on and off more frequently in order to maintain the desired temperature. This means added wear and tear on the system, which in turn leads to more frequent repairs and a shorter lifespan. Larger units also cost more, so you’ll be paying extra for a system that won’t work as well.
Of course, you don’t want to purchase a system that’s too small either. If you do, you’ll probably never get a comfortable indoor environment despite paying extra in energy bills because your system is running constantly. This also leads to unnecessary wear and tear, so whatever savings you gained by purchasing the smaller system would quickly be negated by the added energy and repair costs you incur.