Are you opening a new retail store or restaurant in Jupiter, Florida? Or perhaps you’re thinking about upgrading the HVAC system in your commercial space. No matter the case, you must consider how you’ll cool the space to ensure your employees and customers feel comfortable. Here’s what you need to know about a commercial HVAC installation:

First: Pick the Type of HVAC System

There are many options available when choosing a new commercial HVAC system. Which you choose will depend on your budget and cooling demands. Every commercial HVAC system has its own set of pros and cons depending on your specific situation. For example, you can have a packaged HVAC system installed on your roof or on a concrete slab outside to save space inside. A ductless HVAC system doesn’t require ductwork and works exceptionally well when cooling smaller commercial spaces. You also won’t have to worry about duct cleaning or repairs with this type of unit.

Second: HVAC Sizing is Very Important

If you want your commercial HVAC system to operate at peak efficiency, you must make sure a professional sizes the unit correctly. A system that’s too small will struggle to cool your commercial space, and a system that’s too large cycle on and off frequently. In both cases, you’ll increase the risk of uncomfortable conditions, higher energy bills, frequent breakdowns and shortened system lifespan. An HVAC professional will consider the size of your commercial space, the number of people working there and how many windows it has to help pick the right system.

Third: Don’t Forget About Commercial HVAC Maintenance

Your new commercial HVAC system must receive professional maintenance at least twice per week. As a result, you’ll prevent higher energy bills, breakdowns and a premature replacement. Contact North County Cooling Inc. today at 561-288-2063 to learn more about commercial HVAC installation or to book a maintenance appointment.

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