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Your Commercial AC Needs Care Too

Monday, August 31st, 2020

If you run a commercial space in the area, whether it is an office, a shop, or another business, you are going to need a commercial HVAC system to keep that space habitable for employees, customers, and you. Right about now, your Nanuet commercial air conditioning system is likely getting a run for its money. But that’s okay! Its a commercial system so it is made to last right?

Well, the answer to that is both yes and no. Yes, your commercial AC is meant to see to your space’s cooling needs but that doesn’t mean it will last forever. This is especially true if you don’t schedule regular professional upkeep for your commercial system. A commercial system that is left to run until it runs itself into the ground will become inefficient and ineffective far more rapidly than one that gets the maintenance and repairs that it needs.

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3 Ways to Get a Cost-Effective Commercial HVAC System

Monday, April 1st, 2019

commercial-hvacAn HVAC system is a necessity in your commercial building. Of course, that doesn’t necessitate having to pay an outrageous cost for it. You can still be savvy and cost-effective without having to compromise on comfort. Here are some ways you can make a dent in your monthly heating and cooling bills:

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Commercial Properties Benefit from Rooftop Units

Monday, July 10th, 2017

commercial-ac-unitsEvery building needs a functioning air conditioner in our summer heat, and that includes commercial properties as well as residential ones. Indeed, commercial HVAC systems are often more important than household air conditioners. Most of us spend our time away from home in an office or similar place of business, after all, and a comfortable environment is vital not only for workers and customers, but for maintaining key business components such as computers and perishable product. You want an air conditioning service that knows commercial systems to take care of the one at your place of business, and respond swiftly when trouble arises.

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Why Use Modular Rooftop Commercial HVAC Units?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Commercial HVAC systems differ in a number of ways from residential units, in part because your business is so dependent on a comfortable environment. Whether you run a retail business with a lot of customers or just an office space where employees need to be comfortable, you need a unit that not only does the job, but does so with the maximum attention to resources and efficiency. That starts with a good company who can not only install a commercial HVAC system, but swiftly repair it whenever it breaks down. Part of that efficiency also means using modular air conditioning and heating units: multiple units of a like size, usually placed on the roof of the building to do their jobs. Why use modular rooftop commercial HVAC units? Here are a few reasons.

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Rockland County HVAC Guide: Benefits of Design-Build Services

Monday, April 15th, 2013

As both designer and builder of your customized residential or commercial heating and cooling systems, Design Air is committed to bringing you comprehensive planning and installation services. We work with our clients in Rockland County and the surrounding areas to meet and exceed their expectations.

Before starting to build your project, the HVAC design-build team determines your exact requirements for the project at hand, taking into account your budget, timeframe, heating and cooling volume, and auxiliary devices. We perform an energy audit and load calculation of your planned home so that your heating and cooling systems are appropriately-sized, maximizing their cost and energy-efficiency. Design-build services integrate the various systems in your home so that they work together successfully.

Load calculation is an important part of the design-build process. A comprehensive calculation can assist the homeowner and the design team in determining the necessary size of the heating and cooling system. By estimating fluctuations in energy usage, as well as considering the general efficiency of the living spaces, a load calculation can help ensure the successful operation of your system. Other factors include power sources, fuel utilization, insulation and the design and layout of the home. During load calculation home appliances are known as selectable loads, and estimating their usage helps you to make a decision about choosing to install a renewable “green” energy heating and cooling system, or to opt for a conventional system. Design Air offers accurate and reliable energy load calculations as part of their design-build services.

The design-build approach helps us guarantee customer satisfaction. Not only will your budget have fewer contractors to juggle, but you will also feel good knowing that your heating and cooling systems are in the hands of seasoned professionals. Call Design Air today to schedule an estimate for more information about our design-build services. Contact us for all your Rockland County design-build services.

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