For commercial business owners, finding new ways to cut energy costs can add up to significant savings over time. Additionally, you need to comply with ever-tightening government regulations concerning waste management and environmental discharge. Here are the latest trends and technology in commercial HVAC systems that Newnan, Georgia, business owners are using to save money and reduce waste.

Increased Connectivity

HVAC systems now have a measure of AI integrated into their design for improved energy savings and ease of use. These systems can be automatically set or controlled remotely via the internet with self-diagnostic checks performed automatically and relevant suggestions or alerts sent to the administrator. These systems self-regulate, directing heat or cooling exactly where you need it.

Ductless HVAC Systems

Ductless HVAC systems are becoming increasingly popular due to their ease of installation in large commercial buildings. They are also more energy efficient because their compressors regulate their speed based on the system’s needs; traditional HVAC systems have compressors that shut off entirely, using additional energy when they restart. Plus, with ductless systems, if there’s a malfunction, the issue affects only one room instead of the entire commercial space.

Green HVAC Systems

With alternative power sources becoming increasingly affordable, large commercial operations can take advantage of energy savings. Sustainability regarding building design means HVAC systems are more efficient than ever before. Sustainability coupled with smart connectivity means a lower overall carbon footprint. Your system is working at peak capacity while using the least amount of energy to do so.

Commercial HVAC systems are evolving rapidly. In many cases, existing systems can be retrofitted to take advantage of the latest in energy efficiency. To discuss which option is the most suitable for your commercial building, call us at 770-282-5061. Our team can give you a no-obligation consultation.

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