Commercial HVAC System Design
It has been proven that the HVAC systems in commercial buildings are responsible for 39-percent of all energy costs that all types of businesses encounter in the United States. This means that when these companies are concerned about operating an energy efficient business they need to keep a focus on their heating, air conditioning, and ventilation systems in every way possible. At Edgerton Heating and Air Conditioning, we understand these concerns and have worked diligently to provide commercial air conditioning design services to maximize the savings of businesses we work with.
Important Considerations When Creating a Commercial Air Conditioning System Layout
Here at Edgerton Heating and Air Conditioning, we take three major factors into consideration when building a commercial air conditioning system design for our customers. By operating in this manner, we have been able to help our customers save as much as 30-percent on their average energy costs encountered in their business facilities. These factors include:
1. A clear understanding of the HVAC design goals that are expected by the customer.
By providing a pre-service consultation for air conditioning design, our team is able to gather all necessary information to determine the goals our customers are hoping to achieve through their system installation services. This gives our system design team the ability to create accurate diagrams for our technicians to follow when installation is completed. Some of the more common concerns include reducing materials needed installation without jeopardizing the overall cooling coverage of the buildings, as well as trusted equipment and controls to gain the most functions and benefits from the air conditioner’s operation.
2. Consider the building’s design for most accurate results.
When creating an air conditioning system design for commercial building facilities, it is important to look at the unique aspects each building has. This includes points of the building that may be more susceptible to overload such as areas where sunlight may be heating the area or extra ventilation is required to provide circulating capabilities of the air.
3. Equipment size has a direct impact on energy efficiency and comfort.
While some believe that they save the most money by purchasing smaller HVAC equipment, this is not accurate. It is important to have a system that is sized to meet the output needs for the specific size of the buildings. At Edgerton Heating and Air Conditioning, we work diligently to ensure that each of our customers has the full listing of information for the different HVAC options they are provided. This gives them the necessary data to make the most informed decisions possible for purchasing the equipment and supplies needed to complete their commercial air conditioning system design services.
We encourage you to contact the team here at Edgerton Heating and Air Conditioning when you are considering the installation of an air conditioning system for your business. We work quickly to ensure you are able to enjoy the benefits of these cooling systems to the fullest and get the most for your investment in them.