One of the most important parts of installing new commercial and industrial HVAC equipment is sizing it. To people unfamiliar with HVAC terms, this may sound like trying to determine the right physical size of the equipment.
But the “sizing” we’re referring to is the capacity of the unit to provide either heating or cooling (often both in the case of packaged rooftop units).
This sizing needs to take into account numerous factors about the facility.
When you schedule commercial or industrial HVAC installations/replacements with our expert technicians, they’ll go through several steps to size the new equipment so that it matches your facility’s requirements. Undersizing or oversizing equipment will result in inefficient performance and early unit failures.