While, the traditional HVAC systems may seem to be the preferred choice for some, savvy business owners should still consider a high velocity system to completely replace their existing air conditioning systems. Many think that they can reuse their existing ductwork however the duct work used in high velocity systems is very different than the conventional duct work. A high velocity HVAC system becomes a far better alternative, in terms of installation and operating costs.
For those who need a more convenient cooling solution, a high velocity HVAC setup may well be the smart choice. These types of HVAC systems force air into buildings at a high rate of speed. This force creates a multitude of air currents that evenly distribute the cooled air in a much shorter period of time.
High velocity HVAC systems also offer other benefits to users. The ductwork necessary for a high velocity system is considerably less intrusive and installed far more affordably. Due to their smaller size, the ducts can be placed far more advantageously and exactly to a customer’s specifications. Lastly, they take up a much smaller profile in a room and blend in with décor to a far greater degree.
It only takes two visits a year from your local Sears technician to help keep your system running at its best and save you energy. Our heating and cooling 10-point checks can make sure your unit is ready to tackle any harsh temperatures. Make preventive maintenance your new routine today and help safeguard against costly breakdowns in the future. For industrial cooling solutions in Missouri, American
If you’re looking for an HVAC provider of cooling, heating, refrigeration or restaurant equipment, American Services Cooling installation and repair in Missouri can meet your needs. We offer 24 hour emergency service, licensed professionals to handle your service requests and we guarantee you’ll be happy with your American Services experience!
American Services proudly serves the following industries;
National Chain Restaurants
Food Service Industry
National Chain Food Stores
Cold Storage Facilities
Retail Grocery Industry
Truck Stops/Travel Centers
Independent Supermarkets and Restaurants