Are you thinking of upgrading your Maurice, LA, facility? Consider upgrading your HVAC system. Most upgrades to your HVAC system will lower your energy bill, improve your indoor air quality and even increase the value of your property. Therefore, you should consider these beneficial upgrades for your commercial HVAC system:
Replace Your HVAC Equipment
Firstly, one of the best ways to improve efficiency is by replacing your old or broken commercial HVAC system. Operating an HVAC system past its recommended lifespan could lead to excessive energy and repair costs. Replacing such a system or upgrading its equipment won’t only save you on daily operating costs but also prevent unexpected breakdowns.
Upgrade to a Programmable Thermostat
A programmable thermostat will lift the burden of readjusting temperature settings every time the weather changes. It’ll automatically adjust the temperature settings as the need arises. As a result, it’ll allow you to focus on your business.
The ability to automatically adjust temperatures can prevent energy wastage. You can conserve energy by remotely controlling the thermostat. That way, wherever you are, you can decide when to switch it on and off. Automatically readjusting settings as the weather changes also results in energy savings.
Upgrade to HVAC Zoning
Zoning helps you change the temperatures of a single area without interfering with the rest of the premises. Some of your employees would prefer more heat, while others would like less. Upgrading your HVAC system provides solutions for everyone.
Each zone in your business facility will have a thermostat that’ll allow you to save on energy by not using the HVAC system in an unoccupied area. Some HVAC systems upgrades can communicate with motion sensors or cameras to adjust settings based on the daily routine.
Lastly, properly sealing your ductwork is one of the beneficial upgrades you can make to your system. If your facility is old, the compressed duct insulation becomes ineffective over time. As a result, it leads to loss of conditioned air. Consult an experienced HVAC service technician for additional insulation to your ductwork.
For more information about HVAC maintenance and upgrades, contact Desormeaux’s Heating & Air Conditioning. Our team of NATE-certified professionals will help with all HVAC upgrades and help you get the best performance from your system.
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