On the roof-HVAC

As section of our task, I oversee the operations & management of the corporation building.  I keep up with maintenance needs, make sure all systems are up to code, & keep track of energy usage.  When I first took over this position, I had no system what a packaged rooftop unit was. While it was obvious that the equipment was located on the roof of the facility, I had no clue what purpose it might serve.  After a bit of research, I l received that this was the commercial heating & cooling system. The rooftop packaged system centralizes all heating & cooling units into a single location for easier repair & maintenance.  At our identifiable facility, the rooftop unit includes an air conditioning unit, gas furnace, humidity control & air circulation system. For a conventional Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system, there are indoor & outdoor components.  The rooftop unit provides one location, making it much easier for a professional to diagnose & repair any problems. This reduces downtime & there is less disruption within the facility. Plus, rooftop packaged systems are designed in modules, making it much easier to expand.  There’s no need to upgrade the older equipment. Instead, the design allows for the addition of modules to accommodate growing demand or an expanded workspace. Determining the right capacity of rooftop Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system for the requirements of the supplier is essential.  The system must be built to meet the size of the building while minimizing energy use. Like any type of commercial heating/cooling system packaged units require official professional maintenance to operate reliably. Now that I think more about the heating & cooling system, I’ll do a better task of optimizing its performance.

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