Commercial HVAC Options: Why Choose a Rooftop Unit
Whether you’re talking about clients visiting your eatery on one of the hottest days of the year, or a team of workers diligently doing their jobs one of the chilliest days of winter, those individuals deserve a comfortable environment upon entering and patronizing your commercial property. That is why it is so important that you have a great commercial HVAC system in place. If the time has come to install or replace your commercial HVAC system, you should give the rooftop unit some serious consideration.
Rooftop units offer commercial properties some unique benefits, a few of which we will discuss in today’s post. Just keep in mind the fact that even the best commercial heating and air conditioning equipment will fail to impress if you do not schedule your commercial HVAC services with trained, experienced professionals. Our Durham, NC HVAC technicians are some of the finest in the industry, and they have the training and expertise to handle your commercial HVAC services properly.
Why Use a Rooftop Unit?
There are numerous setups that commercial HVAC systems may use, but the rooftop unit is definitely one of the most popular. While not every property is going to be suitable for such an installation, those that are can benefit greatly from the rooftop unit. Consider the following perks, and you may just realize that you’ve been missing out!
- Free up space. If your commercial property is like most others, then space is probably at a premium. While ground-level commercial HVAC system installations are certainly common, the space that they take up—along with the additional area of clearance surrounding the equipment—can be problematic. Keeping everything up on the roof keeps it out of the way, allowing you to use that space for parking, outdoor seating, and other enticing applications.
- Maintain the scenery. You’d have to be nuts to think that you could get away without a commercial HVAC system on your property. Just because the equipment is an absolute necessity, however, does not mean that it’s very nice to look at. If you want to maintain a certain level of visual appeal on your property, particularly if foot traffic navigates around the entire property, then moving the equipment up to the roof will eliminate a considerable eyesore.
- Make access easy. Our technicians are a great crew of people. However, we understand that you may not want them coming in through your dining room during dinner service in order to fix or tune up your commercial HVAC equipment. It can be disruptive, even with a team as considerate as ours. Putting your equipment on the roof, largely bundled together in one unit, helps us to access your systems easily and to make scheduling service around your business’ needs simpler.
If you decide to use a rooftop unit in order to heat and cool your commercial property, then you need only dial our number in order to have the job done right. Contact us with any questions that you may have.
You can always count on exceptional service from Raleigh Heating & Air.