With a Hotter-than-Normal Summer Expected, Glenwood Springs Keeps Cool with AC System Options

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CCC BlogThe summer of 2015 is expected to be hotter than normal, with above-normal rainfall. The hottest periods will be in mid and late June, early July, and mid to late July. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, July’s high temperatures will average out at 75 degrees, while August will see an average of 73 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to call Climate Control Company forAC services in Glenwood Springs is now, before these hot temperatures arrive. Whether you need air conditioning service, installation or repair for your residence, your business, or you have a unique set of needs, we can help you find the best solution for your set-up and your budget.

AC Solutions for Any Type of Project

There is actually quite a variety of unique solutions available to install a great air conditioning system in any type of structure. For instance, one story recently explains how a ductless system was an ideal fit for a space-constrained multi-family building. As just about any HVAC expert will tell you, one of the biggest challenges in HVAC is working with small spaces, because equipment has to be minimized and sometimes, the designs and layouts have to get creative:

The Ductless Solution

In Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, owners of the Fahnestock House were engaging in renovations for the small four-story facility, which has very small apartments within. The closed quarters needed a compact air handler, and due to the design of the historic building, long runs for copper lines were in order. There was an air conditioning system found to meet these needs, which is a ductless design fromMitsubishi Electric.

The building is run by the Pennsylvania Interfaith Community Programs, Inc., and offers housing to the disabled and the elderly – so air conditioning is vital to the comfort of the residents as well as their health. The system chosen as the ideal solution for this case also improved the building’s façade and cut the energy bills of the building by 40% as well!

The Variable Refrigerant Flow Solution

The Fahnestock House isn’t the only unique structure that has been in need of a unique air conditioning solution, either. TheJesuit Spirituality Center at St. Charles College in Grand Coteau, Louisiana, is located in a building that is more than 100 years old. Recently the building was undergoing renovation, which included a complete overhaul of the HVAC system. The project called for an HVAC solution that would provide the old facility with comfort, flexibility, and cost savings. The ideal solution was a Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system from Mitsubishi Electric. The system would provide all of the needed benefits, as well as discreet operation; it also was less expensive than a chilled water and hot water system, which was the original choice for the project.

With this building’s spread-out floor plan, there was a limited amount of ductwork that could be run due to many necessary paths being blocked. The small refrigerant pipe size of the VRF system was an ideal fit for the needs and demands of the project.

Contact Climate Control Company for All Your AC Service Needs

No matter what your needs might entail for Glenwood Springs air conditioning this summer, rest assured that Climate Control Company has the ideal solution for you! Whether your best option is a standard central system, a VRF, a ductless design or any other system, our expert team can deliver.Contact us today and schedule an appointment to see what we can do for you and your AC needs.

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