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Why Commercial HVAC Matters to Business

Businesses depend on commercial HVAC heating and air units to keep operations running smoothly.

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Should the air conditioner break down in the middle of a heat wave operations will be interrupted, regardless of your industry. Furthermore, you may have to shut down your commercial HVAC system for repair. Whatever your industry, reliable heating and air units keep everyone happy.

LES Facility Service, a division of Lloyd’s Electric Service, Inc., are licensed HVAC contractors and maintenance technicians who have the experience and expertise to help you keep your cool.

The Difference between Commercial HVAC and Residential HVAC

Two types of HVAC systems are available, commercial, and residential, and while both systems provide warmth in the winter and cool air during the warmer months, there are some differences.

Size Matters with Commercial HVAC

Residential HVAC systems are smaller than commercial units because larger facilities require bigger systems. As a result, commercial systems require more power and are more complex. LES Facility Service understands the complexity of commercial HVAC systems so you don’t have to.

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Larger HVAC systems need more space. Residential units are usually installed on the side or in the basement of a home or in the crawlspace. Commercial HVAC systems are installed on the roof to control noise and for easy maintenance. Roof systems are much safer as well, especially if the unit needs to be replaced.

Commercial HVAC Systems are More Complex

HVAC systems are designed and manufactured for the building. Residential units are standalone and split into two locations. The air conditioner sits outside while the furnace is located elsewhere. Commercial systems are modular with every component housed in the rooftop unit. These modular systems can be modified or moved if needed.

Air balance testing, referred to as TAB, is important because it regulates your HVAC system. Air balance testing from LES Facility Service ensures proper operation as well as proper ventilation.

Commercial HVAC matters to business. Call LES Facility Service for a quote today.

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