Do you own or manage a commercial property? Has the time come to assess the condition and viability of your commercial HVAC system? Are you opening up a new commercial space, and are wondering what your comfort system options are? If so, then today’s post is definitely for you. You’ve got a lot on your hands, so why don’t you leave guaranteeing the comfort of your tenants, employees, and/or guests to us? We excel in all manner of commercial HVAC services, and we’ll keep your property comfortable.
However you may want your property zoned out, for instance, is something that we’re definitely happy to talk about and more than capable of handling. First things first, though, what type of system will you use? We often recommend a commercial rooftop unit in Canton, GA. This is going to depend upon the design of your property, of course, but in many cases it is the most logical pursuit.
What Is a Rooftop Unit?
As you have probably deduced on your own, a commercial rooftop HVAC unit is an HVAC unit that sits on the roof of a commercial property. Straightforward, right? With a packaged rooftop unit, you can actually keep all of the major heating and cooling components in the system packaged together in just one unit up on the roof. There are a lot of benefits that you’ll enjoy in doing so.
Why Opt for the Rooftop Unit?
Imagine that it’s a busy day in the office, and you have some important clients or investors coming in. Or that you are just finished seating the first round of patrons at your dining establishment for an exceptionally busy dinner service. Now imagine that your HVAC technicians show up at just this time.
When you have issues with your HVAC system, you are going to need to have them resolved as soon as possible. Sometimes, that is going to mean that the service must take place during regular operating hours. By keeping everything up on the roof, you can avoid any issues with technicians coming through with their equipment when you are in the middle of conducting business. It will cut down on noise, as well.
Plus, chances are that parking is something of an issue on the property. It certainly is in many areas, anywhere. Now, if you had the choice between keeping your HVAC equipment up on the roof, where it is totally out of the way, or sacrificing precious space on the ground level, why would you choose the latter?
Of course, there is also the aesthetic factor to consider. The truth is that, necessary as it may be, commercial HVAC equipment is not particularly nice to look at. When you take advantage of a commercial rooftop unit, you don’t have to worry about sullying your property with this type of equipment. Customers and patrons take everything into consideration, and it only makes sense to make your commercial property as visually appealing as possible, right?
Schedule your commercial HVAC services with Moody Heating and Air Conditioning.