Air Conditioning System Designs
Each building is different, and each building needs its own air conditioning system design. We make sure that your AC system suits your needs while also ensuring it is efficient and reliable. Creating the best AC system for your home or commercial building is a multi-faceted task – but at the end of the day, you can be sure that you are getting the best in quality air conditioning service and installation.
There are many factors responsible for determining the perfect design of your AC system. The building architecture has the biggest impact on the finished product. We need to consider the purpose and use of the building; the type of structure; its location and shape; its walls; heights of roofs and ceilings; and its windows and ventilation. We also evaluate how much space is available for the system’s equipment and ducts.
This is just the beginning of an extensive list of components that we keep in mind when giving you the best AC system for your needs and your building. In this article, we provide a glimpse into how air conditioning system designs work as well as the different requirements for different spaces.
No matter where an AC unit is needed, we always focus on how the system will heat, cool, ventilate, and filter the air in the building. All these functions must be able to operate optimally to do their jobs well, and for the system to have a long lifespan.
Split Air Conditioner System Design for a Home
Most home AC systems will have a component inside the house and a part outside (split system). The former includes a filter and an evaporator coil, while the latter has a fan, compressor and condenser coil. The outdoor condensing unit and the indoor air handling unit work together to provide ultimate comfort and peace of mind. The split air conditioner has high efficiency and performance levels, with the ability to conquer South Florida’s most sweltering days.
Centralized Air Conditioning System Design for a Commercial Building or Warehouse
Commercial spaces or warehouses can be huge, with multiple levels, high ceilings, and large rooms. This means you’ll need the power of central systems. These use ample ductwork to distribute air around different rooms and large spaces. Centralized AC has a big compressor (cooled by water and comprised of multiple cylinders) which can handle the vast cooling loads that commercial or industrial buildings require.
It is important to keep in mind that with AC systems, size matters! A smaller building such as a condo will not need a massive system. If your AC is too big for the space, it will constantly be cycling on and off. This means the temperature will never remain consistent and even, the AC will be strained, and it will waste electricity turning on and off. On the other hand, if the AC system is too small, it will be overworked, short-lived, and unable to properly provide the desired temperatures. A licensed, knowledgeable professional will assist you with the AC in your residential, commercial or industrial building.
At Art Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electric, we care about your comfort, health, and safety. This is evident in the quality of our work and products. Our personalized service will leave you stress-free and happy. Call us now for the best in AC system installation and AC maintenance.