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Why Choose a Rooftop Unit for Your Commercial Property?

No matter what type of business you may be in, you are responsible for ensuring that everyone within your commercial property, including your tenants, clients, and employees, are all comfortable at all times. That is why it is so important that you have a great commercial HVAC system installed on your property. If you have an old, ailing system, or you are just interested in replacing your existing system with something more efficient, give a member of our staff a call. One option that is well worth your consideration is the use of a rooftop unit.

What Is a Rooftop Unit?

A rooftop unit, as you’ve probably guessed, is a commercial HVAC system that is installed on the roof of a property. Generally, a rooftop unit will house most of the necessary heating and cooling equipment in one freestanding unit. There are a number of ways in which opting for a rooftop unit can benefit you and your property.

Accessibility is a major¬†issue, and you may not want commercial HVAC technicians passing through your commercial space on the way to service your system during business hours. By installing the unit on the roof, you ensure that they won’t have to. The integral components of the system are easily accessible in a place that won’t interfere with the activities in your space itself.

Additionally, installing the HVAC equipment on your roof means that you don’t have to use up valuable real estate on your property in order to store these components. This is especially beneficial in areas where parking space is tight, or where an outdoor seating area may benefit from the removal of rather unsightly commercial HVAC systems.

If you are ready to schedule commercial HVAC services of any kind in Fort Collins, CO, be sure to give Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning a call.

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