Commercial HVAC Design and Heat Load Calculation Services
Getting a professional heat load calculation is important to make sure the HVAC system for your residential or commercial project is the right size. Balanced Comfort will work with you or architect to determine your heating and cooling load calculation. Our ASHRAE certified mechanical engineer is ready to assist you with your next project. Whether you need a home or business load calculation, you can trust us for professional and reliable service.
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Commercial Heat Load Calculations
Often times, commercial buildings have large open spaces or rooms similar in design and size. This makes the design of the HVAC system much simpler. A manual N load calculation helps gauge the correct HVAC unit required to run efficiently.
Residential Heat Load Calculations
However, when it comes to residential buildings, you find the most complex layouts from room to room. The HVAC system will, therefore, need to be more complex to ensure proper temperature regulation in every room, which makes harder to gauge the system. Add to this the fact that alongside bedrooms you find kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces, and all other sorts of variables, and the importance of getting a professional manual J calculation is shown even more.
Difference Between Heat Load Calculations
Another important difference between commercial and residential buildings is that the former is used normally only during working hours, while the latter is used to live in. This has two important implications. In residential buildings, the occupants will be sleeping, and you will also find young children and older people dwelling there as well. Because of this, it is important that the quality of the air is at its healthiest, and also that the temperature does not become too cold or too hot. A professional heat load calculation is therefore recommended for residential buildings.