You’ve decided to do it.
Weeks, months, possibly years of increasing heating costs and occupant comfort complaints have led you to replace your building’s commercial heating system.
Now that you’ve made the decision to replace, what heating system should you choose for your building?
What will give you optimal performance for your dollar while providing maximum comfort and efficiencies for the people and operations in your building?
In this post, we’ll review when you should consider replacing your commercial heating system and discuss five common options for your building.
Reasons to Consider Replacing Your Commercial Heating System
In our previous post, we discussed when you should replace your building’s heating system, with reasons including equipment age, energy use, and comfort and safety issues.
We also pointed out that heating commercial buildings account for 25 percent of total energy use – much more than lighting (10%), ventilation (10%), or cooling (9%).
Naturally, you want to choose wisely.
Consult a building professional first before making any decision, since your choices will have a profound effect on you, your building, and its occupants for years to come.
With this in mind, let’s examine your options.
Commercial Heating Options for Your Building
As a building owner, you have a variety of options for replacing your commercial heating system.
The benefits of a new system often include increased occupant comfort, reduced energy use, and fewer disruptive repairs.
With so many choices available, reach out to a commercial heating and cooling company you trust to discuss what system makes sense for your building.
Once the replacement has been finished, you can feel confident knowing you’ve done all you can to position your building for optimal performance for years to come.
For more information, please email Jonathon Goering by clicking here or call 316-265-9655.
Knipp Services works with commercial and industrial building owners to lower operational expenses and increase building comfort. We provide services that enable owners to have high-performance buildings. “Making Buildings Better” sums up the mission statement of Knipp Services.