Air Creations, Inc. Blog : Archive for the ‘Commercial HVAC’ Category

What Does “25 Tons” Mean for Commercial Air Conditioning?

Monday, July 10th, 2017

rooftop-havac-unitAt Air Creations, we’re proud to offer superb air conditioning service not only for residential homes but also for commercial buildings. We specialize in installing commercial packaged units and split systems up to 25 tons.

We’re going to stop right there, because there’s often some confusion about what “tons” means when it comes to air conditioning, commercial and otherwise. It sounds like it means the weight of the air conditioning system—so perhaps an air conditioner with high tonnage might not be able to be installed on a roof without causing structural damage?

But that’s not what tons means when talking about an HVAC system; it has nothing to do with the system’s weight or mass. The tonnage of a commercial air conditioner is a measure of how powerful it is, how much cooling it can provide per hour. Systems 25 tons and under fall into the field of “light commercial” HVAC.

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Remember Your Commercial Air Conditioning Maintenance This Spring

Monday, May 1st, 2017

servicing-rooftop-unitAt Air Creations, Inc., we do much more than extensive work on residential air conditioning and heating systems. We’re also experienced with providing HVAC services for small businesses in the area. Our technicians are NATE, EPA, and ACCA certified, and they stay current with new technologies and procedures for light commercial HVAC by attending regular industry and manufacturer training.

All our credentials, as well as our 30 years of history serving New Jersey businesses, is why you should arrange for your commercial air conditioning maintenance this spring with our team. We offer maintenance plans to make it easier to have all your business’ comfort and environmental needs taken care each spring and fall. And we have 24/7 emergency service for when you need repairs to get your operations running once again.

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How Proper Ventilation Is Crucial for Your Business

Monday, February 20th, 2017

commercial-ventilation-tubingAt Air Creations, Inc., we’re proud to offer assistance to businesses in the area as well as homes. We handle heating, air conditioning, and ventilation for small businesses (ones that need HVAC systems 25 tons and under). Today, we want to focus on the ventilation part of our service, because proper ventilation and air balancing in a business is something that’s easy to overlook. Here in New Jersey, with cold winters and warm summers, business owners tend to focus on their heating and air conditioning systems. That’s natural, and of course it’s vital that these comfort systems remain in top shape. But poor ventilation can lead to serious problems.

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Is It Time for a New Commercial Heating System?

Monday, January 9th, 2017

If you run a business in New Jersey, one of the nightmare scenarios for winter is a heating system that abruptly gives out. A frigid cold building means unproductive employees, complaining clients and tenants, and customers who will simply go elsewhere. No matter what type of commercial enterprise you run, a dependable heating system is a must.

To help make sure that your heating system continues working, it’s vital to recognize when it’s time to replace it with a new one. Below are some of our tips for when to call us to arrange for a new commercial heating system.

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Starting a Small Business? Consider Ductless Heating and Cooling!

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Starting up a small business is a big deal. There are many decisions to make that the company’s future success may hinge upon. One of those choices is what type of heating and air conditioning system your new location will use. The most common heating and cooling system for businesses is the packaged unit, which is usually housed up on the roof. But if you are looking for something different for a smaller space, heating and cooling that will save you money and give you more room, then you should consider a ductless mini split heat pump.

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