Commercial Replacements

Mead Commercial HVAC Replacements

The Highest Quality HVAC Solutions in Loveland & Boulder

An HVAC system is a must-have for any commercial property. When it comes time for replacing this essential unit, it’s important that the job be done right. DNI Heating AC Refrigeration is the company to trust for quality commercial HVAC replacements in Mead. We’ve been dedicated to delivering the best solutions since 1997, and we ensure every job is completed correctly. 

Our experienced team is ready to install your new HVAC system. Call (303) 622-3383 or fill out our online contact form today to get started with a free estimate!

Priceless Service That Fits Your Budget Calling in an HVAC expert doesn’t have to break the bank! We offer financing options with approved credit so your home repairs and upgrades won’t set you back, and you get to stay cool and comfortable all year long.

Which HVAC System Is Best for Commercial Buildings? 

There are three primary types of commercial HVAC systems on the market. Each unit has its own advantages and choosing the right system for a particular building is an important aspect of any commercial HVAC installation. 

The three main types of commercial HVAC units include: 

  • Split HVAC system – A split system is made up of several components, including an indoor air unit (air handler), an outdoor unit (condenser), a thermostat, a filtration or humidity control system, and ductwork. There are two types of split HVAC units: single-split and multi-split. The single-split system is easy to install and suitable for small spaces such as shops, cafes, offices, and server rooms. One disadvantage is that each internal unit requires its own outdoor unit, which causes it to occupy a lot of space. A multi-split system, on the other hand, takes up less space since one outdoor unit can be used for several indoor units. Multi-splits are more costly and take longer to install, and they are usually found in larger spaces such as restaurants, doctor’s offices, and retail shops. 
  • VRV or VRF system – The Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) or Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system heats and cools using a refrigerant that is controlled by an Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV). This system has one condenser that can be used for multiple evaporators, making it ideal for medium and larger commercial properties. The two main types of VRV systems are heat pumps, which are more efficient for open spaces, and heat recovery systems, which work great in commercial buildings with several rooms. 
  • CAV and VAV systems – The CAV unit uses a compressor that runs at full capacity until the appropriate building temperature is reached. This system is a great solution for properties where temperatures remain constant for long periods such as warehouses and manufacturing facilities. A VAV system is best suited for spaces that have varying heating and cooling needs. The compressor or fan speed of this energy-efficient unit varies based on the temperature of the room, and it offers superior control of temperature and humidity. 

How Long Does a Commercial HVAC Unit Last? 

The lifespan of a commercial HVAC system depends on several factors. Those units that are correctly installed and properly maintained can be expected to last 15 to 20 years. When an HVAC system is not well cared for, it will wear out more quickly and require replacement sooner. 

Discover which HVAC system is right for your property by calling DNI Heating AC Refrigeration at (303) 622-3383 today. Our Mead commercial HVAC replacements are top quality!

  • “DNI has amazing customer service. Immediate after hours response, professional and efficient workmen and quality work product.”

    - Linda T.

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