If living and working in Manhattan for decades has taught us anything, it is how unbearably hot and uncomfortable summer can be, especially when working in a building with an old or inefficient commercial air conditioning unit. Without a proper cooling system in place, your business could be losing potential income from customers avoiding a hot and stuffy establishment.
Here at Cool Works, we pride ourselves in our ability to respond to our clients inquiries and requests within a two hour window. We are dedicated to providing our clients with high-quality commercial ac installation services to ensure business continues to run smoothly and effectively.
Types Of Commercial Air Conditioning Units
Every building and project is different, which means when it comes to commercial ac units, there is no one size fits all solution. Our commercial air conditioning contractors are highly experienced in determining the proper commercial ac unit size and type. Following the evaluation, our professional commercial air conditioning contractors will recommend the installation of one of the following types of units:
Rooftop Packaged Units
Rooftop packaged units provide an efficient solution to commercial cooling needs. These units typically include the air conditioner, heating system, and ventilation all in one convenient package. The unit is mounted by a crane and brought into the conditioned space along with the ductwork. Rooftop packaged units represent some of the industry’s most innovative technology.
- Retail Buildings
- Industrial Buildings
Indoor Packaged Units
Commercial indoor packaged units consist of an air conditioner, heating system, and ventilation equipment for a complete HVAC package. This type of unit is conducted through a window or outdoor wall to release heat. These units are perfect for buildings with a finite amount of space, by eliminating the need for a dedicated equipment room typically required for commercial HVAC systems.
Water Cooled Packaged Units
Like the previous unit types, water cooled packaged units also contain an air conditioner, heating unit, and ventilation. What makes this equipment unique is that it requires water piping for cooling. This is achieved through a roof mounted cooling tower. All components of a packaged air conditioner come pre-assembled and the unit is transported to the site where it can be installed quickly.
Split AC systems consist of two separate pieces of equipment: an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit is typically mounted on the roof or ground. The inside unit is often mounted in a closet or in ceiling ductwork. Energy performance is similar to packaged rooftop systems. These systems are reliable and require minimal maintenance. You can find split systems in office buildings, schools, hotels, industrial facilities, and elsewhere.
Pumps & Cooling Towers
Pumps and cooling towers are critical components for water cooled AC equipment. These components are typically brought onto the roof disassembled via crane where they are then reassembled. Cooling towers work by dissipating heat from recirculating water used in AC systems and other HVAC equipment. When a cooling tower is used to adequately serve your air conditioner, you can achieve peak performance.
Upgrade Your Commercial AC Unit Today
Installing commercial air conditioning units is no easy feat, especially for buildings in Manhattan which typically have a restricted amount of space compared to commercial buildings outside the city. That is why it is imperative that you work with a professional HVAC company that has decades of experience working and installing commercial air conditioning units in this type of environment.
At Cool Works, we excel at providing our commercial clients with high-quality air conditioning unit installation services. Through professional installation of commercial equipment, business owners can achieve improved efficiency and performance. For more information about our commercial air conditioning installation services or to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified technicians, call our office today.