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It’s time to install a new HVAC system in your West Palm Beach, Florida, office! You’ve started looking at new systems, but you’re not sure what’s best for your business and budget. Here are three types of HVAC systems that might be best for your business:

Standard Split Systems

A standard split heating and cooling system is likely what you’ve used in your home for years. But they’re also used in many businesses.

These systems have separate air conditioner and furnace units, and they rely on a ductwork to move air throughout the office space. One part of the unit, the indoor air handler, sits inside your building. The outdoor condenser unit sits outside. When well-maintained, these systems are powerful and reliable at providing comfort and maintaining healthy indoor air quality. They can be less efficient than other systems, though.

Ductless Mini-Splits

Maybe you don’t need to heat or cool an entire building with your HVAC system. If that’s the case, consider a ductless mini-split system.

These systems are split like standard systems, with an indoor air handler inside and an outdoor condenser unit outside. What sets mini-splits apart, though, is that they don’t require ductwork. Instead, ductless indoor air handlers sit on the walls of your office and push air directly into the room. Ductless units are easier to install and more efficient than traditional units when installed in the right office space.

Packaged Systems

Are you worried about having room for your HVAC system in your office building, even though you know it’s absolutely necessary? Packaged systems work much like a standard system. But instead of splitting the furnace and air conditioner, both units come in a single cabinet. Since packaged units are a two-in-one deal, they save space and consequently improve energy efficiency.

Which system is best for your business? That depends on your needs. All of these systems can provide adequate comfort and indoor air quality. To learn more or have any of these HVAC systems installed, call Mechanical Air Conditioning at 561-899-4587. We can help you pick the perfect HVAC system.

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