Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for the ‘Commercial HVAC’ Category

Does Your Commercial Heater Need Repair?

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

Business owners have plenty of things to worry about on a daily basis, and your commercial heating system shouldn’t be one of them. A good way to stay ahead of potential breakdowns is to be aware of the signs that indicate a problem has developed. Getting ahead of a problem is the best way to avoid dealing with a bigger issue, so as soon as you detect any kind of anomaly with your heating system, call the commercial HVAC pros from Bartels Heating & Cooling to help.

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It’s Getting Chilly – Have You Scheduled Your Commercial HVAC for Bi-Annual Maintenance?

Monday, October 12th, 2015

You may still be running the air conditioning in your commercial space, but the cool weather will be here shortly and the last thing you want to deal with is a heating problem. A poorly working commercial HVAC will directly affect your business. One of the best ways to avoid problems, particularly when the seasons change, is to schedule your 6-month commercial maintenance appointment. The commercial heating and cooling experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling are ready to help you – just give us a call!

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Should I Consider a Package Unit for My Commercial Space?

Monday, August 31st, 2015

Your commercial space can’t operate without having the right cooling or heating it needs during the year. If you have determined that your existing commercial HVAC system needs to be replaced in the imminent future, you have a number of options from which to choose. One of these options is a package unit. Any commercial HVAC replacement is a big decision and should always be undertaken with the help of a trained commercial cooling and heating expert, like the ones at Bartels Heating & Cooling. We can help with all of your commercial HVAC needs in Fairfield, OH, so give us a call today!

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Commercial Air Conditioning: Why You Should Consider a Packaged Rooftop Unit

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Air conditioning is critical to your business throughout the summer months, keeping your commercial space cool and comfortable so that business can move forward. If you are in need of a new air conditioning system for your commercial space, you may want to consider a packaged rooftop unit. The commercial AC experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling can help you with your entire installation, including sizing, so give us call today!

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What Makes Commercial HVAC Repair Different from Residential?

Monday, July 21st, 2014

When you need to have repair work done for the HVAC system that keeps your business comfortable throughout the year, it is vital that you only call up technicians qualified for commercial work. No matter how talented a residential repair technician may be, no matter how experienced, if he or she has not done extensive commercial work or received the proper training, the job will not be done right, and your comfort and budget will suffer.

We will look at the ways that commercial HVAC repair in West Chester, OH is different from residential. Our team at Bartels Heating & Cooling has worked with both since 1973. We have high qualifications to handle any type of repair work you may need for commercial HVAC. We offer 24-hour emergency service, so we are always ready whenever your commercial heating and cooling encounters trouble.

The Differences in Commercial Repair Work

The most obvious difference between commercial and residential heating and cooling is size: the heating and cooling capacity for a commercial system must service a larger space and more people. But how does this affect repairs? One way is that commercial systems are modular, and often contain multiple packaged units to accommodate the needs of a large work space. A residential repair technician only has one unit to check, whereas a commercial repair technician must perform more extensive inspections to find which of the various units—and it might be more than one—is malfunctioning. The size of the system also means a more complicated series of dampers and thermostats; this intricacy of the system calls for specific training to remedy problems.

The majority of commercial units are packaged units, which means they contain all the components of a residential indoor and outdoor cabinet inside a single cabinet. Packaged units are configured much differently than other systems and require special training for their repairs and maintenance.

When doing repairs for a commercial system, a technician must have more in mind than maintaining comfort for the people inside the building. The system must also stay within local electrical codes. This is one of the reasons that you need to hire commercial specialists for your repairs, as you cannot take the chance of your building failing to stay up to code.

Schedule Service as Soon as You Need It

Don’t risk a breakdown in the comfort system that keeps your workplace viable for both employees and clients around the year. When the heating or cooling in your business appears in jeopardy, give us a call for commercial HVAC repair in West Chester, OH from Bartels Heating & Cooling. We can take care of your commercial comfort needs, any time of the day or night.

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Why Are Package Rooftop Units Popular for Commercial HVAC?

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Commercial HVAC systems in West Chester and other local towns have very different needs than residential air conditioning systems. They must handle a larger amount of space, for instance, and keep many more people comfortable. In addition, the demands on them will shift depending upon the particular business occupying the space. An office with a lot of computer hard drives, for instance, will need more air conditioning power than one used solely for paper storage. That creates different needs for office-based HVAC systems that can usually be solved by package rooftop units. Why are package rooftop units popular for commercial HVAC? We’ve provided a brief breakdown below.

In the first place, package units usually mean modular HVAC systems: multiple individual units all connected to the same system which can be added or removed as needed. This provides the building manager with maximum flexibility in terms of how much cool air is provided. He can divide the units between individual tenants according to their needs, and add or subtract units as appropriate. If one floor of the building is vacant, he can simply turn off the modular units providing that floor with cool air: saving money on monthly bills without disrupting the service for the rest of the building’s occupants.

That’s a big part of why such units are placed on the roof. Depending upon the size of the building, all those modular units can take up a lot of space. Putting them on the roof means that you don’t have to sacrifice any square footage that can go to cubicles, office storage or parking. And the rooftop still provides easy access in the event of repairs.

All of that combines to make package rooftop units very popular for commercial HVAC systems. If you’re a business manage or have a similar vested interest in commercial HVAC systems in West Chester, contact the experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling. We have the specialized training to handle commercial systems and we’re dedicated to your complete satisfaction every step of the way. Give us a call today and let us show you what we can do!

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