If you’re looking for a commercial HVAC unit, there are some things that you should consider before making your choice.
You shouldn’t base your entire decision around the cost of the unit, but of course it does have to be a factor. After all, if it’s for a commercial application, then the money spent on the purchase is coming out of your bottom line.
The cost of running the unit is ongoing and should be considered before the initial purchase. Maximizing your energy efficiency is just one of the ways that helps a business to survive in today’s economic climate.
While purchase cost is no longer a guarantee of quality, taking expert advice on the reliability of each brand or unit can pay dividends. Saving a few bucks on purchase cost isn’t ideal if you’re going to be spending those few bucks on maintenance or other problems every couple months.
Getting the correct unit size for your application is crucial to maximizing efficiency. A unit that is too small just won’t be able to cope with the demand. Conversely, a unit that is too large just won’t be efficient and won’t be able to condition the air correctly. Again, some expert advice can really help out with this decision.
If you’re unsure as to the specifications needed, always take advice from the experts, such as our friendly and professional team at Robert B. Payne. They will be able to give you expert and unbiased advice to suit you and your needs, not just some sales pitch for something totally unsuitable.