Greenleaf Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for the ‘Commercial HVAC’ Category

Why Most Businesses Choose Rooftop HVAC Systems for Their Space

Monday, May 16th, 2022
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It’s no secret that HVAC equipment isn’t the prettiest thing to look at. And depending on the size of your business or the commercial space you’re in, you may not even have the space for a large HVAC system. Plus, who really wants to see your HVAC unit when they walk into your business?

Fortunately, there is another option–rooftop units. These are packaged HVAC systems that are installed on rooftops that tie directly into your building’s ductwork. We’ve highlighted a few of the main benefits of installing rooftop units for your business below–read on!

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Caring for Your Business’s Server Room

Monday, August 23rd, 2021
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When you run a business, you obviously have many things to think about. There’re your profits, the cost to run your establishment, your employees’ morale, your customer service, etc. So the last thing that’s probably on your mind is your office’s server room, right? Unless you are an IT company, you likely don’t give it much thought at all.

Unfortunately, neglecting this area of your business can have terrible consequences, which we’ll get to below. Read on to learn more, and turn to us when you want quality, reliable, server room cooling!

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Here’s Why Your Commercial AC Needs Maintenance

Monday, July 26th, 2021
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Whether you’ve been a residential customer of ours, previous commercial customer, or this is the first time you’ve seen our name, you’ll quickly find that something we promote pretty heavily is air conditioning maintenance. Let’s face it, it gets hot around here this season, and you need to make sure your air conditioner is prepared. This is true for any building with an air conditioner, but especially commercial properties, which often have extensive needs.

We’re guessing that you want to ensure your building’s occupants are healthy and comfortable, whether it’s employees, tenants, customers, or visitors. Maintenance will accomplish this, plus it will protect your commercial HVAC equipment from overheating or experiencing other problems that can lead to a business interruption. Read on to learn more!

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