How is your commercial HVAC system treating you these days? Is your business consistently cool in the summer and warm in the winter? Are your energy bills reasonable and affordable? If the answer to either of these questions is no, it might be time to bite the bullet and invest in an upgrade. If you’re like most business owners, you might be hesitant to take the plunge due to the cost. The good news is, it might cost less than you think.
You May Be Spending Too Much Using Your Old System
Before looking at the cost of new equipment, let’s consider your old system. Is it cost-effective to keep it chugging along? You might spend more over time to keep an old commercial HVAC system running than you would to install a new one. Excessive energy use from older equipment, ongoing repairs to keep it working, and inconsistent temperatures that lead to lots of thermostat adjustments are just a few things that cost you monthly to keep using your aging system.
What to Expect from a New Commercial HVAC System
The cost to buy and install a commercial heating and air conditioning unit depends entirely on the size of the building. The smaller the space, the smaller the unit required to keep it comfortable, and vice versa. You can count on the increased energy efficiency and effectiveness of new equipment. You’ll see savings immediately on your monthly utility bills, and likely an increase in productivity from employees who will be more comfortable.
A reliable HVAC technician can guide you in selecting the best unit for your business based on your needs and budget. You’ll find the most experienced team in the area when you reach out to the commercial HVAC team at G+S Heating and Air.