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What Should I Look for When I am Choosing a New Air Conditioner for My Business?

Commercial Air Conditioner and Technician

When you are in the market for a new HVAC system for your business, it makes sense to check in with the commercial services professionals to learn which models and systems are right for your business needs. Cooling a business is costly, but when you have the right HVAC system you can cut costs on the monthly energy bill and have fewer repair expenses down the road.

What’s more, the enhanced comfort a new HVAC system brings can improve business performance and production, which makes the extra upfront investment worth it. The biggest concern business owners have when looking to purchase an air conditioning unit or to upgrade a current unit is determining which size unit best fits the workspace. If the unit is not big enough, it will not adequately cool off the office. Purchase a unit too big, and the air flow might become restricted if the ductwork is inadequate.

Before buying or replacing an air conditioning unit, shoppers should educate themselves on the different air conditioning unit types, including single and multi-stage units. They should also determine which design fits their needs. While one business might benefit from a rooftop unit, another might do better with a cooling tower. If you are uncertain, a commercial services expert can help to guide you in the right direction.

When determining which air conditioning unit to buy, make sure to calculate the total floor space that needs cooling. Remember to keep in mind the number of windows and doors, as well as the ceiling height, when figuring how many BTU’s are required to sufficiently cool the area. Also factor in the number of workers in the workspace, as more workers means an overall higher BTU count and thus a bigger-sized air conditioning unit.

If you are ready to purchase a new HVAC for your business, click this link or call 615.746.6390 to contact the commercial services pros with Haskins Heating and Cooling.

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When you are in the market for a new HVAC system for your business, it makes sense to check in with the commercial services professionals to learn which models and systems are right for your business needs. Cooling a business is costly, but when you have the right HVAC system you can cut costs on the monthly energy bill and have fewer repair expenses down the road.

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What’s more, the enhanced comfort a new HVAC system brings can improve business performance and production, which makes the extra upfront investment worth it. The biggest concern business owners have when looking to purchase an air conditioning unit or to upgrade a current unit is determining which size unit best fits the workspace. If the unit is not big enough, it will not adequately cool off the office. Purchase a unit too big, and the air flow might become restricted if the ductwork is inadequate.

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Before buying or replacing an air conditioning unit, shoppers should educate themselves on the different air conditioning unit types, including single and multi-stage units. They should also determine which design fits their needs. While one business might benefit from a rooftop unit, another might do better with a cooling tower. If you are uncertain, a commercial services expert can help to guide you in the right direction.

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When determining which air conditioning unit to buy, make sure to calculate the total floor space that needs cooling. Remember to keep in mind the number of windows and doors, as well as the ceiling height, when figuring how many BTU’s are required to sufficiently cool the area. Also factor in the number of workers in the workspace, as more workers means an overall higher BTU count and thus a bigger-sized air conditioning unit.

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If you are ready to purchase a new HVAC for your business, click this link or call 615.746.6390 to contact the commercial services pros with Haskins Heating and Cooling.

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