Commercial Heating Systems

Commercial Heating Systems

Commercial boilers are pressurized systems that burn combustible fuel or use electricity to heat water that is used to provide heating in your building. … The process creates either hot water or steam, depending on the type of boiler. The hot water or steam is circulated via pipes throughout your commercial facility

Heating a commercial building where people work or relax is important for creating a comfortable environment, preventing condensation, carrying out activities such as cooking and drying, and for industrial processes. Commercial heating systems are different from residential ones because they cover far more square footage and have different considerations to take into account.

A residential heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is only required to heat or cool a small family dwelling with relatively static needs. A commercial HVAC system serves a larger space and may also be divided into different offices or departments that have different heating or cooling requirements. The options for heating a large commercial space come down to two options: radiant or warm air. The following explanations will explain the different types of system in more detail.

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