Churches, synagogues and mosques serve many purposes in their communities. They accommodate a wide range of activities and spaces are not always in use. A big crowd on days of worship requires significant heating and cooling, while the entire facility does not need to be conditioned days and times during when staff is minimal. Make sure your house of worship’s commercial HVAC design is adequate to handle all events it may host, keeping your members comfortable at all times.
Estes Commercial offers commercial HVAC inspection to identify system deficiencies and solutions to bring your heating and cooling systems up to speed with your needs. Custom HVAC design delivers tailored solutions to meet the unique comfort needs of activities taking place inside your facility.
Commercial HVAC Inspection
The first step in solving your house of worship’s comfort and energy consumption challenges is to schedule a commercial HVAC inspection with Estes Commercial. Our technicians will evaluate your current equipment as well as the construction of your building and learn about the needs of your facility, schedules and the types of activities and attendance you host. From there, we can determine how your existing system may be underperforming, leaving your congregation uncomfortable and costing the facility excessive energy bills. We will present solutions to fit your budget, meet your needs and help you create a better commercial heating and cooling system for your facility.
Custom HVAC Design for Houses of Worship
Houses of worship are often multi-purpose and host varying crowd sizes depending on the day and season. Your commercial HVAC system needs to be able to handle all the challenges day-to-day activities can bring. Custom HVAC design allows adequate heating and cooling of large, mixed-use spaces as well as comfort control of smaller office spaces and classrooms.
When creating custom HVAC design for a house of worship, here are some of the tools Estes Commercial may implement to ensure your facility is kept comfortable, no matter what is on the schedule of events each day.
- Dedicated heating and cooling units. Depending on the layout and use of your facility, it might not make sense financially and energy use-wise to run a large commercial HVAC system at all times. Heating and cooling large mixed-use rooms and sanctuaries on days of worship may need this, while limited occupied offices throughout the week may benefit from ductless HVAC system installation providing heating and cooling independent of the rest of the facility. Estes Commercial will assess your facility and schedules to help you choose solutions making the most comfort and financial sense.
- Building automation controls. Houses of worship often utilize multiple HVAC units to heat and cool different areas, especially additions to the original structure. Each area of the building is occupied at different times, creating a burden on the facilities manager to ensure HVAC systems are running when they should be and are off and conserving energy when not in use.
Building automation controls allow HVAC units to be controlled easily. Wi-Fi connections allow facilities managers to program temperature settings based on the facility’s activities and change them as needs arise. This allows for improved comfort and precise energy control, helping your facility cut costs.