How Extreme Winter Temperatures Affect Your Commercial HVAC System

It’s not unusual for winters in the tristate area to take a turn for the worse, and locals are well-aware of the toll of harsh weather. Large commercial structures like office buildings, apartment buildings, schools and retail centers are hit especially hard when it comes to climate control and energy efficiency. Here are some factors to keep in mind during the winter, from commercial HVAC specialists.

Snow and Ice Buildup on Rooftop Heat Pump Units 

Not all snow or ice on your rooftop unit is an emergency, heat pump units have a defrost cycle in place to handle normal winter operating conditions. When extreme weather hits, however, heavy snow and ice buildup can block outdoor coils to the unit, causing the defrost cycle to run longer. This will strain the system and spike energy usage. It’s therefore important that the area around your rooftop unit is kept clear of ice and snow as much as possible.

Need s Commercial HVAC Contractor? Speak to Commercial HVAC Ductwork and Commercial HVAC Ductwork Insulation Specialists 

Tri-Tech Energy is an established commercial HVAC and commercial heating systems company in New Jersey with a reputation for professionalism, expertise and competency. We’ve been working on commercial and industrial projects, including new builds and renovations, for decades. For more information on our company or services, which also include commercial HVAC control systems, custom ductwork and maintenance plans, please contact us today and speak to a qualified commercial HVAC contractor or visit our website at https://www.tritechenergy.com/

Original content posted on https://www.tritechenergy.com/blog/commercial-ductwork/extreme-winter-temperatures-affect-commercial-hvac-system/

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