Having the proper commercial HVAC system for your Cedar Hill, Texas, business is vital for comfort. However, choosing an HVAC system may feel overwhelming because of the many choices. Let’s look at the pros and cons of three different HVAC systems for your commercial application:

Split Systems

Split systems are quite common and have three major components. The outside unit houses the condenser and compressor, which are vital for the air conditioning part of your HVAC system. The evaporator coil, also part of the AC system, sits inside the air handler in the interior of the building. The third part of the split system is the furnace cabinet where the heater sits. A split system is good if your building already has a furnace and cabinet, but the system requires more maintenance and space.

Packaged Systems

Packaged systems, also known as unitary systems, are ideal for commercial use. That’s because all the components of the HVAC system sit in one unit either on the rooftop or concrete slab next to the building. With a packaged system, there’s no need for a separate indoor furnace cabinet, since it’s already in the unit that houses the air conditioner. Maintenance is a bit more straightforward with a packaged system. Both the split and packaged systems require ducting to deliver treated air, though.

Ductless Systems

If you have multiple rooms that require different temperatures, a ductless split-system is a viable option. Tubing connects the outside unit directly to an indoor air handler without the need for extensive ductwork. These systems are efficient and a great option if you can’t install ducting. They’re perfect in apartment buildings where each occupant has different temperature requirements.

Give our friendly team at Freedom Heating & Air a call today to schedule an appointment to have a new commercial HVAC system installed. You can reach us at (214) 306-8456.

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