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Commercial HVAC installation starts with determining the commercial HVAC system that will best serve your air conditioning and heating needs. The following list highlights some of the pros and cons of the most popular HVAC units:
Heat Pump Package Unit
The HVAC components, including the evaporator coil, the condenser and the compressor, are all housed in one cabinet. The unit is installed on the roof. The interior duct work is connected to the exterior unit through the roof.
Heating and a/c can be provided by one unit, with no need for an indoor furnace.
There's no need to run a gas line.
It's less costly to install because it requires less labor.
It's ideal for small commercial buildings that have limited interior space.
Outdoor exposure provides the opportunity for deterioration by the weather.
The heating capacity is limited.
Gas/Electric Package Unit
Commercial heating and air conditioning from one HVAC unit.
There's no need for a separate furnace.
Optimal energy efficiency.
No issues with venting, condensate or operational noise.
Duct work connects through the roof.
Everything is housed outdoors. If installed on the rooftop, it can be difficult to check out a problem at night or during bad weather.
Gas line/supply is required.
Heat Pump Split System
There are 3 primary components:
An outdoor cabinet houses the condenser and the compressor
An indoor cabinet houses the evaporator coil
An air handler, usually combined with the heat pump or the furnace, that sends the conditioned air through the duct work.
Design flexibility: split systems can utilize directional (up/down/horizontal) flow, as needed.
Higher installation costs due to having to install two components (outdoor and indoor), running electrical for both, etc.
Heat Pump Mini Split Ductless Unit
This system is comprised of one interior and one exterior unit that are connected through an opening in the wall. Individual line sets or refrigerant pipes are plumbed between the units.
Economical, quiet operation.Ideal choice for retrofitting and room additions.
Design flexibility as the interior units can be suspended, recessed or completely concealed in ceiling installations or they can be installed on a wall.
From one to four indoor units are served by one condenser (typically one unit for each room).
Highly economical because all of the indoor units can be used as needed and independent of each other.
Installation can be higher, although the cost is offset by the lower operating costs and any energy-saver rebate programs.
If installing on an interior wall, a condensate pump is required to drain the excess condensate to the outside.
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