Commercial Air Conditioning Tweed Heads

Do You Need Air Conditioning For Your Business?

At Thermal Air Conditioning Solutions, we understand how important air conditioning can be in a business setting. Not only does it keep your customers and employees comfortable throughout the year, but it also keeps specialist equipment at the right temperature. That’s why we have a specialist division of dedicated A/C technicians who can handle all your commercial heating, cooling and climate control requirements, from Yamba and Byron Bay to Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast.

No matter if you are a small business or a multi-million dollar company, we have the skills and resources to provide you with professional air conditioning solutions that are tailored to your needs. If you would like to speak to us about your commercial heating and cooling needs, use the button below to call our team.

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Types of Commercial Air Conditioning Systems

No matter what your business requires, Thermal Air Conditioning Solutions has the expertise to supply and install the ideal heating and cooling solution for your project. We also know that no two buildings are exactly the same, and that each will present its own unique challenges. Let us guide you through the process of finding the right system for your business.

We offer a range of commercial air conditioning units, including:

Have a project that requires air conditioning? Get in touch today on (07) 5524 7509 to discuss your requirements.

The Importance Of Commercial Air Conditioning

A Comfortable working environment: A comfortable working environment is essential to maintain employee productivity and satisfaction. With commercial air conditioning, you can maintain a consistent temperature and humidity level, providing an environment that can improve employee morale and productivity.

Protection of equipment and inventory: Commercial air conditioning helps to regulate the temperature and humidity levels in your workplace, which is essential for protecting your equipment and inventory. Fluctuations in temperature and humidity can damage sensitive equipment and materials, resulting in costly repairs or replacements.

Health benefits: A well-maintained commercial air conditioning system can help to improve indoor air quality, which is essential for maintaining good health. Poor air quality can lead to respiratory problems, allergies and other health issues, which can result in lost productivity and increased absenteeism.

Energy efficiency: Modern commercial air conditioning systems are designed to be energy-efficient, which can help to reduce your energy bills and lower your carbon footprint. By using less energy, you can save money and reduce your impact on the environment.

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Commercial Air Conditioning Installation

Installing a commercial air conditioning system requires a professional technician who has the necessary knowledge, skills and experience. Here are the steps involved in commercial air conditioning installation:

Commercial Air Conditioning FAQs

Commercial air conditioning is used for business premises. These premises are often larger than residences and often have more people.

These two factors mean commercial air conditioning needs to be more powerful so it can heat larger spaces and offer comfort for more people. Commercial air conditioning often needs a greater variety of zones and often needs a more capacious drainage system.

If you have a large commercial space then a Variable Refrigerated Flow (VRF) system is often best.

This type of system is easy to use, has high reliability and because it’s centralised all the outdoor equipment is in one place. This means less disruption for your team during installation and maintenance, and gives a more streamlined look to your premises.

This is one of those “how long is a piece of string” questions.

A good quality system should last between 10 and 15 years. This will vary according to use and situation of course.

A comprehensive maintenance program will help you get the best from your system.

There are four key things to think about when you’re working out what size air conditioner you need.

  • Room size – the total volume as well as the floor space impact the size of air conditioner you need. If you have high ceilings then you’ll need an air con unit with a bit more oomph to keep the room at a temperature you like.
  • Insulation – ceiling insulation has a big impact on thermal efficiency above and below yours then thermal efficiency will be greater than in a stand-alone unit
  • Location – this sounds like a no-brainer but if you’re in tropical Darwin you’ll need a more powerful unit than somewhere cooler like Hobart.
  • Orientation – which way is your room facing? A north or west-facing room will get much hotter than a southern-facing space.
  • Shade – think about how shady your premises is. If you’re surrounded by other buildings of trees that cast shade then your premises will be cooler overall.

Commercial air conditioning can take between one a day or one week to install.

The size of your premises and the complexity of the system will impact how long it takes to install.

Our team will take care to minimise disruption to your business, and we’ll give you a detailed action plan as part of our survey. This means you’ll know what to expect and how to adapt operations to keep everything running as it should.

These standards are set out to regulate who can have a Refrigerant Air Conditioning (RAC) permit.

These permits relate to regulations set out in the 1995 Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations and cover all aspects of refrigerant air conditioning.

Our team undergo extensive training to make sure they exceed the standard required, and we take great care to stay ahead of any new developments in the air conditioning industry.

You can expect to pay between $15000 and $40000 for a commercial air conditioning system.

This figure is influenced by factors such as the amount of ductwork, the size of the unit and the complexity of the operation. If you need advanced equipment for the installation, this will influence the cost too.

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