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Commercial Air Conditioning in Baton Rouge

Commercial Air Conditioning in Baton Rouge

HVAC, (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) is equipment that heats and cools residential, commercial, or industrial spaces. The system moves continuously, circulating air throughout the building. The function of commercial HVAC in Lafayette is to provide thermal comfort as well as to exchange interior air that is contaminated with pollutants such as odor. Commercial air conditioning, when correctly designed, installed, and maintained, provides a comfortable environment and air quality. Commercial air conditioning equipment is complex and contains a large number of components.

To ensure the comfort of building occupants, the air conditioning system must work properly and efficiently. The first choice when choosing a commercial HVAC system is the evaluation of the fundamental characteristics of the space and cooling expectations. Included in the decision-making process are several other determiners, including the type of fuel that will be used and the space ventilation system. When you chose Calcasieu Mechanical Contractors, Inc. as your installation and service contractor, you can rest assured that the system will work as intended, with minimal energy consumption and no unforeseen system failures.

Single split systems are one of the most popular types of commercial air conditioning systems. This type of air conditioner is affordable and most appropriate for small commercial buildings. A single split system is ideal. It can control the cooling of small offices, shops, computer server rooms, restaurants, and more. Commercial HVAC companies in Baton Rouge know from extensive experience that single split systems are less costly to install. Moreover, they are self-contained. In the event a single split unit should fail, all the others continue to function. Multi-split units have all the same features, but they also have one very significant difference. Up to nine indoor units can be connected to a single outdoor unit. These systems also use inverter technology, meaning the compressor can function at variable speeds, which saves considerable energy.

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