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There are a number of ways to control temperatures inside commercial buildings, but the options for your structure will be determined by the size of the building, your budget, and the level of efficiency you’re looking for. For larger buildings with heavy heating and cooling needs, rooftop HVAC units are an excellent choice, provided you have the roof space to accommodate the unit.
If you own a business in the Atlanta area and are in need of a powerful, reliable and environmentally friendly heating and cooling option to replace your current system, call Wall Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today. Our team of highly trained commercial HVAC experts can have your new system up and running in no time and keep it in peak condition for years to come.
Commercial Rooftop HVAC Unit Options
Commercial rooftop units are designed to house all of the components for your air conditioning and heating systems. They are designed for buildings that have no space on the ground level but have a flat rooftop that can accommodate a multi–ton HVAC system.
Rooftop units vary in size greatly, from 2 tons to 150 or more tons for large commercial spaces, schools and government buildings. Rooftop units provide both heating and cooling along with the air handler needed to circulate the heated and cooled air through ductwork inside the building.
Commercial Rooftop HVAC Unit Installation
During the phase before installation, a professional will perform a load calculation on your space to determine which units are capable of adequately controlling temperatures in your commercial space. This ensures the system you end up choosing isn’t too big or too small. When properly sized for the space, a rooftop unit will work consistently to provide steady, accurate heating and cooling without excess energy bills and without any loss of comfort in any part of the building.
Commercial Rooftop HVAC Unit Maintenance & Repair
If you already have a rooftop unit and you notice a problem or if it simply hasn’t been inspected recently, call a professional right away. Due to the complexity of these units, annual maintenance is highly recommended. During that visit, the system will be thoroughly cleaned, tested and inspected to check for any parts that need replacement.
If the system isn’t properly maintained, its lifespan can be dramatically reduced. Being outside, contaminants and debris as well as weather damage can have a profoundly negative impact on its operation. If something does go wrong, it’s important to call a professional as soon as possible to have it inspected and repaired. A broken rooftop unit left to operate when in need of repair may eventually break down completely. Even if the problem is relatively minor, you’ll lose many years off of its lifespan by ignoring the problem and allowing it to slowly take a toll on the system.
Whether you already have a rooftop unit that needs service or you’re just now considering having one installed, call Wall Heating & Air today. Our highly trained air conditioning technicians have years of experience installing, maintaining and repairing commercial rooftop HVAC units for Atlanta metro area business owners, so you know you’re in good hands when you schedule service with us. Call us now to set up an appointment and ensure you always have the temperature control you need for your commercial space.