Last week, we talked about sizing HVAC equipment and why it matters. This week, we are going to dive a little deeper and talk about the importance of properly sizing HVAC equipment for commercial properties.
Just like in your home, your business has to have heating and cooling equipment that can handle the specific requirements of your space.
Residential use is very predictable, whereas there is a lot more to consider when sizing a furnace or air conditioner for a commercial business.
If you have a typical office space, you will probably have a pretty simple HVAC setup. However, if you have a tanning, hair, or nail salon, your HVAC requirements will vary greatly from that of an office setup. With added heat from the tanning beds or added fumes from the chemicals in a nail or hair salon, you're going to need additional measures to ensure your business is comfortable and safe for you and your guests.
Another example would be a restaurant. In bigger spaces like these, you're definitely going to need some serious sizing in order to heat and cool the business effectively and efficiently. This is especially true when you weigh the difference when the restaurant is slower versus when it's a busy Friday night.
Staging is a very convenient thing to incorporate into your HVAC system when you have a business that experiences customer fluxes in this capacity.
If you have a business and you own or rent your space, it is essential to think about the capacity of your HVAC equipment and ensure you have the right equipment for the type of business you do. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule your appointment!