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Exploring Commercial HVAC options. Brands & Types

Commercial HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems are used in commercial buildings such as office buildings, hotels, hospitals, and schools to control the temperature, humidity, and air quality of the interior environment. Whatever the application, Air Temp Mechanical has you covered with professional installations and maintenance.

The primary function of a commercial HVAC system is to keep the building’s occupants comfortable by maintaining a consistent temperature and providing clean, fresh air. It also provides ventilation to remove the hot and stale air from the building, and purifies the air to keep it clean and healthy for the building’s occupants.

There are several types of commercial HVAC systems, including:

  1. Rooftop units: These are HVAC systems that are mounted on the roof of a building. They typically consist of a compressor, condenser, and evaporator and are commonly used in commercial buildings.
  2. Split systems: These systems have an outdoor unit and an indoor unit that are connected by refrigerant lines. They are ideal for buildings where space is limited or where it is not practical to have a rooftop unit.
  3. Packaged HVAC units: These are all-in-one systems that are usually located on the rooftop or on the ground outside of the building. They typically include the compressor, evaporator, and […]
January 11th, 2023|

5 Ways Commercial HVAC is Saving Energy Costs in 2022 & Beyond

The purpose of energy efficient commercial HVAC systems is to provide heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to buildings while minimizing energy consumption and costs. These systems use advanced technology and design features to reduce energy usage, which can help reduce energy bills and reduce the overall carbon footprint of the building.

Energy efficient HVAC systems can help to improve the comfort and indoor air quality of a building, while also reducing the environmental impact of the building’s energy use. They can be particularly useful in commercial and industrial buildings, which often have large HVAC systems that are responsible for a significant portion of the building’s energy consumption.

By reducing energy consumption, energy efficient HVAC systems can also help to reduce the overall demand for energy and contribute to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

  1. Proper maintenance and cleaning of HVAC systems: Proper maintenance of HVAC systems can help ensure that they are running efficiently, which can help reduce energy costs. This can include regular cleaning of the system, including the filters, coils, and other components, as well as performing regular inspections to identify and fix any potential issues.
  2. Upgrading to energy-efficient equipment: Upgrading to energy-efficient HVAC equipment, such as high-efficiency air conditioners and furnaces, can […]
December 21st, 2022|

Commercial HVAC – Investment Funding

Sustainability is becoming a financial consideration for more and more commercial property owners and managers. A combination of increased interest in ESG investing and new government regulations are driving this shift in thinking. As a result, owners are taking a closer look at their HVAC systems and sometimes spending more. A recent panel hosted at ULI discussed how striving for net zero carbon emissions impacts your HVAC equipment choices. The Federal Insurance Office recently announced a move toward a stronger
position to regulate how insurers prepare all aspects of their business for climate change.

This includes real estate portfolios held by insurers. Some areas of the country are easier to convert to more sustainable construction activities. The availability of renewable energy is becoming a factor in location decisions. Opportunities to increase energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions. With ESG scores and Blackrock investment returns in the billions, the demand for green investments is increasing for projects across the country.

Capital is deployed to improve the efficiency of America’s largest commercial office, industrial, and retails spaces at the highest rate in recent history. Reach out to Air-Temp Mechanical to discuss improving your efficiency and long term savings. We provide commercial HVAC innovations in Cleveland Ohio.

December 2nd, 2022|
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Exploring Commercial HVAC options. Brands & Types

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Commercial HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems are used in commercial buildings such as office buildings, hotels, hospitals, and schools to control the temperature, humidity, and air quality of the interior environment. Whatever [...]

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Commercial HVAC – Investment Funding

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Sustainability is becoming a financial consideration for more and more commercial property owners and managers. A combination of increased interest in ESG investing and new government regulations are driving this shift in thinking. As a [...]

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HVAC Systems Market, US$253 Billion in 2026.

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