We have been helping New Jersey residents and business owners with their HVAC needs for over 40 years, and we have learned the important aspects when it comes to heating and cooling your space. Here are a few of the most important things you should be considering when it comes to keeping your commercial space warm this winter...
The most important part of your decision when it comes to commercial heating equipment should be the most obvious part. Make sure the system you are installing gets the job done! Purchasing equipment that doesn't do the job properly will only cause uncomfortable people and frustration. The worst thing that could happen after putting in a brand new heating system is to have cold spaces and people in your commercial space!
Making sure that the equipment is the proper size and technology for the space is extremely important. Installing the wrong equipment can result in overrunning it, running up energy bills, and causing your system to have a shorter life-span than it should. If you have a space where it's not necessary to have every zone the same temperature may mean a different type of system or set-up.
Making sure the system does the job properly for the space you have is the most important thing when it comes to heating. One of the things people don't take into consideration though are the operating costs of their new system. It's easy to only worry about the initial cost of a heating system, but if you don't take into account what it costs to run it, you may be in for a big disappointment later!
If you invest in a system that is energy efficient, and you keep it properly maintained, you should be able to run it at the lowest possible cost, while making sure it lasts you as long as possible! Inversely, if you decide to go for the cheapest system, or you don't have it serviced regularly, you'll run high energy bills, and eventually your system will fail and need to be repaired or replaced.
Finding a HVAC Contractor like Bovio, who can give a recommendation on the proper system, install it, and perform regular service on it can go a long way to keeping your system efficient, cost effective, and operational for years to come!