Multi Family HVAC Construction
We Provide Multi Family HVAC Systems
Finding the perfect HVAC system for a single-family home is tough enough – now imagine trying to find one that suits the needs of a duplex or an entire apartment or condo building! If you think this process sounds complicated, you’re right – as the construction of a multi family HVAC system requires many decisions along the way.
The good news is that Cair Heating & Cooling takes the guesswork out of finding the right air conditioning and heating system for your building. How many units need to be outfitted? What material should be used? We’re able to answer all of these questions and more.
All in all, we’re able to answer the one question that’s crucial to the long-term success of your project: Which HVAC system is the right one?
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Choose the Best HVAC System for Your Multi Family Building
Choosing the best HVAC system for your multi family building is a challenge that many developers and building owners face. Not only is there the short-term cost of HVAC installation involved, but there are long-term implications to consider – such as energy efficiency and required maintenance.
Cair Heating & Cooling is here to help you choose the most cost effective yet long-lasting option for your building. Fortunately, there are plenty of options available when it comes to finding the right HVAC system for your multi family building.
Centralized HVAC systems consist of a single unit located in the building’s basement or attic.
These systems are typically more energy efficient than decentralized systems, but more expensive to install.
- The four-pipe vertical stacked fan coil system carries the highest initial cost but generally provides the highest degree of comfort.
- The two-pipe vertical fan coil system is similar to the four-pipe system described above, except there are only two pipes to deliver either hot or chilled water. Because hot and chilled water share the same piping and pumps, cooling and heating cannot be provided simultaneously.
- The water source heat pump system is one of the most popular centralized systems for mid to high-rise residential HVAC because it offers some flexibility for simultaneous heating and cooling, but is a lower initial cost alternative to the four-pipe system.
Decentralized HVAC systems consist of separate units designated for each family/unit. While these systems lack the energy efficiency of centralized systems, installation and maintenance are more affordable.
- The fan coil unit with integral pump system is one of the most economical decentralized HVAC systems. The fan coil unit uses an integral pump to circulate heated water from the domestic hot water heater through the fan coil, thereby utilizing that domestic hot water heater to provide both hot water and heat for the unit.
- The gas fired furnace with a coil and remote condenser option is very similar to the system described above, except instead of getting heat from the hot water heater, it uses a gas fired furnace within the fan coil to heat the air, which is then distributed through-out the unit.
- The Magic Pak is fully self-contained: all the cooling and heating equipment, including the compressor, comes complete in one unit. It requires mounting on an outside wall with an exterior louver for air supply.
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Multi Family HVAC Contractors Near You
Looking for multi family HVAC construction services in your area?
Cair Heating & Cooling is available for residential multi family HVAC installation projects in:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Your designated technician will be able to assess your space (or future project) to determine the right layout for your building. Then, we will provide an accurate, no-obligation quote for materials and labor before we start the project. No hidden costs, guaranteed!
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