Considerations for small commercial AC systems
Most modern business and retail premises these days have air conditioning installed at the time of the build or during major refurbishments. It is as well to be aware of what is required and to know a little about commercial air conditioning before you go ahead. Your builders and architect will need to work with your air conditioning engineers and suppliers to make sure a timely installation and any compatibility issues are addressed before commissioning the system.
The system chosen for the building should be discussed with your air conditioning engineers and suppliers to choose the most environmentally friendly option within your budget. Your supplier will be able to provide you with all the information you need in order to make an informed choice.
Professional air conditioning companies such as ourselves who install your heating and ventilation system will always adhere to relevant standards and recommendations for installing AC systems. This is why it is important to be sure of your supplier, follow up on testimonials, and make site visits to installations from your chosen supplier. Any genuine company will gladly supply information and arrange site visits for you.
Find out about noise regulations. The professionals will help you choose a system that not only complies with standards but also a system where the noise level is not obtrusive. You do not want to be working in premises where workers and customers cannot hear themselves speak!
Your supplier will be able to advise on the energy consumption of your new system. Depending on the size of the installation, and additional features required, some systems will be more appropriate for your needs.
Consider if you will have to expand the system if your business grows or increases the number of staff or even needs an extension on the building. Future proofing always makes sense and our engineers will supply you with options for this type of installation.
Be aware of the size and output of your air conditioning system as new legislation means that air conditioning systems over a certain output are subject to TM44 legislation air conditioning inspections and certification.
Our company prides itself on having top quality professional staff that are accredited with many industry and government bodies. We operate to all industry standards in compliance with legislation and regulations while adhering to a code of conduct.
Finally remember to plan and budget for a maintenance schedule to protect your investment. You will need a service level agreement to ensure that your heating and ventilation systems will be fixed within a certain timescale, so that you do not suffer any productivity losses.
Find out more about commercial air conditioning including air conditioning design, installation and maintenance, from us today, as the leading HVAC company in Yorkshire, we will ensure your solution is the most economical, energy efficient and suitable for your usage.
Posted in: Latest News - On: 12th of September, 2012