If you are a business owner or commercial property owner who is looking to install a heating and air conditioning unit in your commercial building, you shouldn't make a rushed decision. Instead of going with a standard commercial central unit, you may want to look into installing multiple single-split systems so that you can enjoy these benefits and more.
They're Typically Affordable
Affordability is a big concern when it comes to installing a commercial heating or air conditioning unit. Depending on the size of your building and the type of unit that you choose, you might find that installing a central heating and air conditioning unit is pretty costly. When you look into single-split systems, on the other hand, you might find that pricing is pretty affordable. Plus, if you're on a budget, you can purchase just one system at a time, which you might find is easier for budgeting purposes.
They Provide More Control for Heating and Cooling
When heating and cooling your building, you might find that some areas of the building are hotter or colder than others. You might have preferences for keeping different areas of the building heated or cooled, too. For example, to save money, you may not want to bother with heating or cooling stock rooms or other areas where people don't spend a lot of time. If you run a restaurant, you might find that the heating and cooling needs vary between your kitchen and your dining room.
If you have multiple single-split systems in place, you can keep different rooms or areas at different temperatures. Then, you can make sure that your entire building is kept at optimal temperatures.
Issues are Self-Contained
A properly installed single-split system that is properly taken care of should hold up well overall. However, issues might still arise from time to time. With a standard central unit, you have to worry about the heating and air conditioning going out in your entire building if something goes wrong. If you install multiple different single-split systems throughout the building, on the other hand, you can enjoy the perks of each of those units being self-contained. Basically, if one unit breaks down, you only have to worry about it impacting one room or small area in your building. Then, you can still enjoy heating and air conditioning throughout the rest of the building while you are waiting to have your damaged unit repaired.
Reach out to a commercial HVAC contractor to learn more.