HVAC West Chicago IL

HVAC West Chicago IL – State Automatic Heating & Cooling – Call 630-326-6330

HVAC West Chicago IL

HVAC West Chicago IL

Known in the industry as VRF, variable refrigerant flow is a type of heating and cooling technology. The heating and cooling activity utilizes a refrigerant. Similar to mini-split systems, a single outside condensing unit conditions the refrigerant within VRF systems. The fluid circulates throughout the commercial building to indoor units but without the need for ductwork.

HVAC systems utilize variable motor speed as well as variable refrigerant fluid flow to provide heating and cooling. This is in contrast to conventional units that use a basic off/on operation. VRF systems feature an inverter compressor, a component that operates with less energy consumption.

Other key features of a VRF system include:

-Multiple indoor units that utilize the same loop for circulating refrigerant.

-Partial heating/cooling loads.

-A modular-type design that provides the capability of growing the system.

With VRF systems, the user enjoys individual control over the heating and cooling of each zone. Plus, with some of the units, the user can control heating and cooling functions simultaneously. The advantage of variable motor speeds is that VRF technologies utilize much less energy in order to provide heating and cooling.

That means significant savings on utility bills, which offers a fast return on investment and reliable comfort.

How VRF systems work

An automatic VRF heating and cooling system detects the room temperature set by the user. It also “knows” the exterior ambient temperatures too. The VRF activates the compressor at the same level necessary to attain the indoor temperature setting.

After another interior unit turns on, the exterior unit calculates the requirements from each of the units and raises the compressor load. The VRF system’s capability of adjusting to outdoor temperatures is a major benefit that helps make it so energy efficient.

Eliminate fluctuating indoor air temperature with a VRF heating and cooling system. Without a doubt, preventing major changes in temperature is essential to maintaining indoor comfort.

In traditional HVAC systems, the compressor is either off or on. When the indoor air temperature fluctuates, it causes the compressor to keep starting and stopping. Not surprisingly, that consumes a lot of energy.

With VRF comfort systems, the compressor speed is variable, which enables it to function continually for lengthy periods. Leading-edge compressor technologies monitors the refrigerant flow according to the specific pre-sets in areas of a commercial building.

This enables the system to provide heating and cooling as each room requires – and without temperature fluctuation. Note that VRF systems are ductless, so temperature loss doesn’t occur. (With conventional HVAC systems, the warm or cool air moves ductwork and, subsequently, temperature loss can happen.)

The result with a VRF system is efficient and dependable heating and cooling.

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Another benefit is that VRF systems lower ambient noise levels because they function more quietly than standard HVAC  systems. VRF technologies are available as heat pump systems as well as cooling-only or heat recovery.

A typical VRF system typically consists of an outdoor unit, multiple indoor units, communication wiring and refrigerant piping. A wired panel controls each of the indoor units. With some VRF systems, it’s possible to control each indoor unit from a single location.

Lightweight and compact, the outdoor units do not take up a lot of space. This makes it possible to put an outdoor unit on a rooftop without the need to install supportive structures.

State Automatic offers expertise in the installation and maintenance of VRF comfort systems in the Chicagoland area. Please contact us for a quote or to learn more about the benefits of VRF systems for your commercial location.

Reliable, Affordable HVAC West Chicago IL Service for Your Business

State Automatic has been providing professional heating and cooling solutions to commercial customers for many years. We’re here to assist businesses efficiently maintain and safely operate their comfort systems at cost-effective rates.

In the event of an HVAC West Chicago IL malfunction, the environment for your customers and personnel can get uncomfortable rapidly. That can lead to downtime, less revenue and the need for repairs to restore service.

A maintenance plan with State Automatic will keep your HVAC West Chicago IL system running smoothly and significantly reduce risk of service disruption. We can provide installation and maintenance of your commercial comfort system.

Maintenance appointments allow our technicians the chance to identify and resolve problems before they get worse. For west suburban area commercial locations that sign up for a maintenance plan, we inspect your HVAC West Chicago IL system thoroughly.

In addition, we clean your HVAC system, change air filters and conduct maintenance according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

State Automatic is a reliable, very experienced service provider. From regular maintenance to installation of a whole new HVAC system, you can depend upon us. Our qualified team of technicians have the expertise necessary to ensure your HVAC West Chicago IL equipment, controllers and components remain in good condition.

Commercial HVAC West Chicago IL Repair, Maintenance and New Equipment Installation

Watch for the following common warning signs that your commercial heating and cooling system needs professional repairs. At State Automatic, we’re standing by ready with solutions so you’re able to focus on your core business.

-Abrupt spike in commercial HVAC West Chicago IL expenses. It’s not uncommon for hot or cold weather to produce an increase in heating or air conditioning usage. However, if your energy expenses show a rise that doesn’t correlate to seasonal conditions, it signals a potential malfunction.

Your controls or thermostats might be providing your commercial HVAC system with incorrect readings. Or there could be a refrigerant fluid leak, dirty filters or debris in the system. Any one of these issues will put strain on your HVAC West Chicago IL system and cause overuse.

Also, these common malfunctions result in excessive wear and tear on your HVAC West Chicago IL equipment. This tends to shorten its service life and cause the need for repairs.

-Unpleasant odors coming from the vents of your commercial HVAC system. Take note of any odd odors coming out of your vents. If you detect the odor of mildew, for example, call State Automatic to schedule a service appointment. Mildew or mold can indicate a leak somewhere in the system, which requires immediate repair.

-Inconsistent temperatures and short cycling. An air conditioner or furnace that struggles to work efficiently might be unable to condition the indoor air sufficiently. Areas of inconsistent temperatures indicates a possible problem with thermostats or vent dampers. A problem with an electronic part could also be the cause of uneven heating or cooling.

This can cause what is known as short cycling. This is when the HVAC West Chicago IL system keeps starting and stopping before it achieves the preferred temperature settings.

-Unusual noises. Although some degree of low volume noise while a furnace runs is normal, squealing or clanging sounds are not. As it ages, a furnace may start to become louder. If yours is suddenly making strange noises give us a call for service.

-Check the color of the flame. If there’s a gas furnace heating your commercial location, take a look at the flame. It should be blue. If the flame is yellow, contact State Automatic right away. A yellow flame indicates the furnace might be producing hazardous carbon monoxide.

-Excess debris and dust in the air. If you’re noticing a lot of dust in particles in the air at your commercial location, it’s a likely sign of a furnace problem.

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