Commercial Heating Systems

heating systems in Saint LouisAmerican Services Cooling and Heating maintenance near Glen Mills knows that commercial heating systems come in many forms, your specific commercial heating system needs will require you to research the systems available. This will cost time and expense but there will be a pay-off in the long run. Because of the assortment of heating systems available to you, maintenance costs should be a factor and play into your decision making process.

Here are a few commercial heating installation systems available:

1.  From a consumer’s viewpoint the number 1 system will be the natural energy systems. These systems are not only good for the environment, they are also more efficient.

Due to the high initial installation expense of these types of commercial heating systems, they are many times used for the larger businesses.

One of the most long term methods of heating is the oil and or gas steam commercial HVAC system. This system operates when oil or gas  are used to heat, then condense and eventually pass steam through pipes. Commonly known in the industry with the least effective and efficient commercial heating system, steam takes longer than most systems to circulate heat. This is because of the delay between boiler start and steam heat circulation.

The third option is the gas or oil water system.

This commercial heating system using water based HVAC, though similar to the steam heating concept, the steam will pass through to radiators positioned throughout the commercial building site. The downside with this commercial heating system is that water systems are extremely inefficient, and an air clearing system must be initiated each time the heat is engaged.

Heat pumps are another option available.

This is an extremely efficient means of heating a commercial installation project. This is a technology used in refrigerators, extracting heat from cold air in this application using a refrigerant and pumping the heat generated through a commercial property. It should be noted this system does not require a fuel source.