Commercial HVAC - Boiler and Chiller Installation
There is no question that chillers are big-ticket items. In most facilities, they are one of the most expensive pieces of equipment. They also are the single biggest users of electricity in those facilities.
Combine these factors with a chiller’s relatively long service life of 20-25 years, and it is easy to understand why engineering and maintenance managers move cautiously when it comes to making decisions on chiller replacement. Some managers move too cautiously, however, believing that as long as a chiller is running, it is not worth the expense of replacing it.
But these managers fail to understand that just because a chiller is operating does not mean it is operating efficiently. And with operating costs over the life of a chiller greatly exceeding its initial cost, replacing an older chiller with one that delivers higher efficiency can greatly reduce overall electricity costs.
While reduced operating costs is a strong motivation to replace older chillers, managers also must weigh other factors, including the chiller’s condition, age and reliability, how building loads have changed, and a chiller’s maintenance requirements. Only by considering the impact chiller replacement can have on these factors can managers determine the true value of replacing their facilities’ chillers.
As your heating and cooling system ages, it can lose efficiency and suffer system failure, and choosing just any contractor can lead to a costly and prolonged operation.
So when you need any service for your Heating, Ventilation or Air Conditioning Systems, you can count on DFW Air Conditioning and Heating to get the job done right. Our highly experienced, licensed contractors, we do our own work, and provide a free consultation to help you decide on the best system for you. We control the project along every phase of the process to guarantee quality results.
We offer a wide selection of commercial HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) products, including:
Variable Frequency Drives
Heating Systems (Gas, Electric, Solar, Forced Air, Hydronic)
Ventilators (Humidifiers, Electronic Air Cleaners)