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How Rooftop HVAC Units Benefit Your Business

As a business owner, you want your commercial location to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. When you choose the best HVAC system for your business, you may not know that a rooftop unit is an option. And it may be the best option!

More and more business owners are investing in rooftop HVAC units because they take up less space and are often more efficient than their more traditional alternatives. If you are interested in a rooftop commercial HVAC in Smyrna, TN, give our team a call. Below we’re highlighting the key ways that rooftop HVAC units benefit your business.

Benefits of a Rooftop HVAC System

You may not have noticed rooftop HVAC systems before, but now that you know about them you’ll see them everywhere you go. So why are business owners choosing rooftop units for their commercial locations? 

Rooftop HVAC Systems Save Space

Rooftop HVAC systems originated because of a lack of space in businesses. If you have a small retail space, every square foot is precious. You don’t want a large HVAC system in the way of your workers, delivery trucks, or customers. In other cases, your business may be side by side with another building on a downtown street leaving you without the space for an outdoor unit. Rooftop HVAC systems solved these space problems.

They Offer Better Energy Efficiency

Rooftop HVAC units are often more efficient than their traditional counterparts. The design is newer, allowing it to provide an all-in-one packaged design along with higher SEER and HSPF ratings. A unit that sits on your roof has more room for ventilation because it isn’t restricted by interior or exterior walls. Altogether this means that using a rooftop unit helps with improving energy efficiency which translates to lower energy bills. 

They Produce Less Noise

A traditional HVAC system isn’t loud by any means. But if you have a large commercial location then your larger unit might be louder because it produces more power. Having a rooftop unit eliminates this additional background noise. In many cases, when you have a rooftop HVAC, the entire system is housed inside a single cabinet, reducing the level of noise it creates. Even if the system does create noise though it is far enough out of the way that it doesn’t bother anyone in the business.

Modular Design

If your commercial space grows, it’s easy to add to your rooftop HVAC system. You don’t have to get an entirely new HVAC unit if your space grows. Instead, it is designed so that you can easily add additional capacity in the future if you need to.

Comfort is a must, call the experts you trust. Contact Precision Air, Inc today for your commercial heating and cooling service needs.

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