If you’re in the market for a new commercial heating system, you have a few different options to choose from – including a commercial heat pump. While it is important to have your commercial HVAC contractor evaluate your building’s requirements to make the final decision, it is just as important to get a brief overview of these systems yourself.

Commercial Heat Pumps – Heating and Cooling in One System

Commercial buildings need heating and cooling systems to maintain a comfortable environment as the seasons change, and this usually means investing in a commercial air conditioning system as well as a commercial heating system. With a heat pump, you actually get a 2-in-1 solution. While they are similar to air conditioning systems, heat pumps can reverse their refrigerant flows, allowing them to act as a heating or cooling system depending on what you require. This makes them a great year-round option. And, it means you only have to install a single system and a single set of controls.

This is the most significant benefit of a heat pump, but there are a few others to consider. Not only are you saving money by only installing a single system that can be used year-round, these systems are also more energy efficient than most other commercial heating systems, as there are no fuel costs associated with the system.

So, are there any downsides? Firstly, a standard heat pump can struggle a bit in very cold weather which compromises their efficiency. However, they still cope well with heating the building even under these circumstances. It is important to have the system inspected and serviced twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, to ensure it is in working order for the most demanding seasons of the year.

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