If you're remodeling your commercial building, it's time to take a closer look at your HVAC system. HVAC systems aren't designed to be one-size-fits-all. These systems should fit the specifications for individual buildings. That's why you should change the system from time to time. Remodeling projects are the perfect time to update the HVAC system. Here are four reasons you should install a new HVAC system when you remodel your building.
Some new air conditioning (AC) technologies are worth taking notice of. A good example is variable refrigerant flow (VRF), which is slowly becoming a favorite of homeowners across the country.
What It Is
The refrigerant is the medium of heat transfer in most ACs, including VRF ACs. In a traditional AC, the compressor either runs at full speed or doesn't run at all — there is no middle ground. If you need cooling and turn on the AC, the compressor starts pumping refrigerant to transfer heat out of the house.
The bulk of a new air conditioner purchase involves the physical air conditioner unit itself, but your system as a whole is made up of several components, many of which could benefit from some attention. When it's time to buy your replacement air conditioner, here are three services that can help your new system work even better.
Duct Inspection, Repair, and Replacement
If your ducts are as old as your previous air conditioner, there's a chance they may need some serious work to get them in proper working order for your new air conditioner.
If your boiler seems to run out of hot water every time you need it, you may choose to replace the appliance rather than repair it. Before you purchase a new boiler, try to repair it instead. Learn why your boiler's isn't heating water below.
Why Doesn't Your Boiler Produce Enough Water?
Over time, the mechanisms, valves, temperature monitors, and other components in your boiler can wear down, break, or stop working altogether.
No one wants to hear unsettling noises from their furnace. Here are four of the most common reasons for furnace noises that you'll want taken care of.
1. Delayed Ignition
One of the most common noises made by an unhappy furnace is heard only when it starts to turn on. Delayed ignition causes a loud boom or bang as the furnace starts up, which can be startling in the middle of an otherwise quiet winter evening.