With the arid to humid climate in Texas, people can actually feel the summer all year long. Good thing the indoors don’t have to suffer the same uncomfortable fate. With an air conditioning or a commercial HVAC system, Texans should easily solve this problem and won’t have to sweat it out.
Additionally, having offices or commercial buildings with a comfortable temperature is one cool and easy way to attract a lot of clients and customers. In such a case, a heavy-duty air conditioning system is the typical choice of many commercial establishments. But, we recommend something far better—a complete heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
Why HVAC for Commercial Buildings?
Air conditioning is just one part of the commercial HVAC system. To make it more efficient, the commercial building has to have other systems, too, like the heating and ventilation.
The heating system, as the name implies, is used in areas with cold weather. Although most parts of Texas are arid to humid, there are also parts with seasonal snow fall. So, if your commercial space lies in the northern and western sections of the state, you should strongly consider adding the heating system.
The good thing about a heating system is that it can be easily turned off if the indoor air needs to be cooler. The air conditioning system is there to remove the heat and to encourage circulation of cool air.
Ventilation is always a must whether the space is currently using a heating or an air conditioning system. This system changes and replaces the air in the enclosed place so it will remain fresh and healthy. However, this can only be achieved if it is installed by a certified commercial HVAC installer.
When we install HVAC system for commercial clients, we guarantee that we use only the right ventilation system. The HVAC can either have the mechanical or the natural ventilation. The latter is the more cost-efficient, trouble-free, and environmentally friendly choice. But there are cases when the space can better enjoy the mechanical ventilation.
Efficient Commercial HVAC Installation
Aside from commercial HVAC installation, we also recommend a HVAC audit to know whether you have an efficient HVAC system. Our company has
been in this industry for decades and we are more than skilled and experienced to assess your current HVAC system. It is normal to have a deteriorating system over time; but, it is not normal to leave it that way forever.
Leaky valves, worn motors, ineffective heat exchangers, and incompetent compressor are the common problems of commercial HVAC installations. But, don’t worry. We can skillfully improve or repair your currently installed HVAC system to lower your electrical consumption. That’s not a promise but a commitment.
Not All HVAC Systems Were Created Equal
Air indoors is now regarded as more polluted than the air outdoors. This is because contaminants inside, like viruses and other allergens can be easily trapped in and spread disease. But, this can be avoided if the installed commercial HVAC system promotes a healthy indoor environment.
With over 25 years in the business, our company has already seen the best and the worst techniques of building commercial HVAC systems. We have the know-how, equipment, and manpower necessary to build the best system for commercial and even industrial purposes. And by “best,” we mean economical, healthy, and comfortable heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. Eco-Air can guarantee the highest quality of commercial HVAC services because all of us in the company are dedicated to bring you quality and reliable services to ensure your total comfort.