When shopping for a new commercial air conditioning unit for your facility, you may see that these units have more features and options than you expected. This is good, as it means you're sure to find something that works for your building's or office's needs in particular, but it can also make shopping for such a unit a bit overwhelming. You don't want to overspend on air conditioning features that you might not use regularly, but you also want to ensure you find a unit that offers all the options you need for cooling your space. Note a few important features to look for so you know you'll get the best commercial air conditioner for your storefront, warehouse, office or other such facility.
Wall, ceiling or cassette mounting
A split system unit is a very good choice for commercial facilities, as it allows you maximum control over the operation of the unit. However, since a split system doesn't push air through the building's ducts, you'll need to choose where the vent for the unit will be installed. Wall or ceiling vents can cover quite a bit of open space, but they can also blow air directly onto office workers or customers. A cassette mounted to the ceiling has a long, horizontal opening for the air, which may help to better disperse it overhead. This can be less bothersome in areas that are more crowded with personnel.
A Wi-Fi control for your facility's air conditioner can allow you maximum comfort, while also saving on your overall costs. You can adjust the thermostat while you're still on the road so the building is comfortable when you arrive and then also ensure you don't forget to switch off the system when you leave. A Wi-Fi control also means less risk of employees or customers adjusting the thermostat while you're away, and this can also mean more cost savings!
Slim design for the compressor
Today's compressors are sometimes designed to be very slim so that you have maximum choices as to their location. A slim compressor may also trap less heat and humidity inside the unit, so it will suffer less wear and tear. Consider investing in a slim design for the compressor of the unit you choose so you can easily fit it next to the building or along an area of the building's roof that will protect the unit from wind, rain, leaves and other debris and help to keep it cool as it operates.Share