Both residential and commercial buildings benefit greatly from their heating and cooling systems. In addition to keeping the occupants comfortable, a heating and cooling system promotes healthy air quality and can protect the equipment kept inside the building.
An outdated or poorly maintained HVAC system can cost a building or homeowner a significant amount of money due to wasted energy from units performing inefficiently. Poorly maintained systems are more likely to break down, putting the building’s residents at risk of illness, injury, and making the items within the building susceptible to damage. Building a relationship with an experienced heating and cooling professional at Naughton Mechanical LLC can ensure that your home or commercial building’s system remains in working order for years to come.
Your home should be comfortable. It also should not cost you an arm and a leg to heat and cool. When you are determining the right HVAC system for your home, think about:
● The size of your home;
● Your specific heating and cooling needs. Do you run a small business from home, such as a recording studio, that uses equipment that must be kept cool? ; and
● Whether you need a new system or if part or all of your current system can simply be updated.
A modern, well-maintained HVAC system should be efficient and quiet.
Heating and cooling a commercial space is quite different from heating and cooling a home. In a commercial space, you typically have a much larger space that needs a larger HVAC system. Commercial buildings are often configured differently than homes, which can necessitate a different type of system or a different layout. You also have to think about who occupies the space in the commercial buildings and their heating and cooling needs. Any occupant that serves or stores food needs to run multiple refrigerators and freezers, which means that occupant’s space needs sufficient power and to be kept at a cool temperature. An occupant that has many computers or other electronic equipment also must have a sufficiently cooled space.
In a commercial building, different occupants may require different HVAC configurations. Do not just think of your building’s current occupants, think of the occupants who might move into the building in the coming years to determine the right system. As the building owner, you are also responsible for ensuring that the HVAC system operates correctly and that the air quality in the building is safe for its occupants. Otherwise, you could be subject to a premises liability claim if somebody becomes ill because of the poor air quality.
At Naughton Mechanical LLC, no job is too big or small. Our team of heating and cooling professionals are equipped to install, service, or replace any type of HVAC system in a residential or commercial building. Contact us today to set up your free consultation with one of the HVAC professionals on our team. We proudly serve communities in Northwest Indiana and Illinois any time they need us.