Whether you have a small retail establishment, office complex, large industrial warehouse or a local entertainment venue in the Washington, Idaho, or Oregon Areas. Apollo Heating and Air can provide for every aspect of your light commercial HVAC needs. We understand that HVAC issues can halt the productivity of your business. That’s why we offer personalized service, highly trained and knowledgeable commercial HVAC technicians and the ability to serve your HVAC needs quickly and efficiently so that your business can continue as usual.
Rooftop Unit Light Commercial HVAC Services
Packaged rooftop HVAC systems are the most common HVAC systems for commercial buildings. A rooftop unit contains all the same components found in a conventional HVAC system such as the:
- Evaporator coil
- Heating unit
- Supply fan
- Exhaust fan
A wide number of sizes and rooftop unit designs are available that are found on the rooftops of most of the Tri-Cities office buildings, retail stores, malls, schools, manufacturing plants and a host of other commercial facilities. Single rooftop units can cover all the heating and cooling needs of a facility, or they can be configured to manage only cooling. The major advantages of rooftop units are their simplicity and relatively low installation and maintenance costs.
Routinely scheduled Planned Service of rooftop units is the key to their longevity, performance, and ability to deliver proper indoor air quality. Unfortunately, rooftop units are often “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” and completely neglected to a point where the unit is no longer providing adequate cooling. It is very important that you schedule preventative maintenance to maximize the lifespan of your rooftop unit.
Planned Service Includes (but not limited to):
- Changing the filter
- Inspecting/replacing the belt
- Checking fan bearing and lubricating if necessary
- Inspecting the condensate drain
- Inspecting electrical systems
- Checking economizer motion
Light Commercial HVAC Split Systems
Commercial HVAC split systems consist of two key parts: the outdoor unit and the indoor unit. The outdoor unit is installed on or near the wall outside of the room or space that you wish to cool. This unit houses the compressor, condenser coil, and the expansion coil or capillary tubing. The indoor unit contains the cooling coil, a long blower, and an air filter. HVAC split systems do not require much installation time because these systems do not require ductwork. The indoor and outdoor units are connected with a set of electrical wires and tubing, which is beneficial both for your wallet and the environment.
HVAC split systems offer a variety of advantages to your business operations. The most obvious benefit of split systems is their quiet performance, which is because the compressor and fan for the condenser are located outside of the room being cooled. No component of your business operations will be disrupted due to noise with HVAC split systems. Also, you can opt for a multi-split system, where you can have more than one indoor unit connected to a single outdoor unit. This makes it very easy to cool multiple rooms in a large commercial facility. Additionally, a split air conditioner is an efficient and highly cost-effective way to cool your business.
For your light commercial HVAC system installation, repair and replacement needs in or around the Greater surrounding Tri-Cities Area, please call us today! 509.987.1500
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