Keeping your business cooled down during a long summer is vital for protecting your revenue. An overheated building means unproductive employees and unhappy customers and clients.
Searching for the right commercial air conditioning in Norwalk, CT may seem intimidating, but you only need to find the right professional commercial HVAC installer to handle the work (contractors who only do residential installations are not suitable) and most of your worries will vanish.
Call Celco Heating and Air Conditioning today and talk to our commercial air conditioning specialists about how we can cool down your business.
One of the options you have is modular air conditioning, and we’ll explore this possibility here.
What is modular air conditioning
Modular ACs are commercial units that come in separate modules able to integrate in a variety of ways and sizes. The purpose of these systems is to shift away from the traditional installation style of putting in a system from the ground-up at a business. Instead, the modules are created off-site, and the installers select a configuration of the different modules to fit with a business’ size and layout, all without sacrificing customization.
What are the advantages of modular ACs?
- Fast, phased installation: Putting in a modular air conditioning system does not have to be done all at once, causing a shutdown of your business while the work is done. You can easily tailor the installation schedule around your work, and not the other way around. Because the modules are smaller than a traditional central system and already completed off site, they can be quickly installed.
- Easily increase the cooling load: Modular systems come in units of 12-ton, 15-ton, 20-ton, and 25-ton modules to fit your cooling requirements. These can be put together into units up to 50 tons of cooling power. You don’t have to replace a smaller system for a newer one if your business grows and needs additional comfort levels.
- Efficiency: The individual modules of modular ACs are extremely durable, capable of dealing with weather extremes. Because of their rooftop location, they are easy for repair technicians to access out of the way of your workspace.
Although modular commercial air conditioning for a Norwalk, CT business may sound like the ideal answer for your comfort, it isn’t perfect for every company. You will need to consult with commercial HVAC experts; they will survey your workspace, make important heat load calculations, and recommend which systems can provide you with the comfort you and your employees/customers need.
Celco Heating and Air Conditioning takes pride in the service we offer for commercial heating and cooling. Since 1976, we’ve kept businesses in Fairfield and New Haven counties shielded from the weather outside.