Choosing the Right HVAC Solution for Your Business
During the planning phase, our Professional Engineers and HVAC technicians will review your review the space, your needs, and any budgetary constraints for the project.
Our team focuses on providing a new system that meets your needs. We aim to recommend a system which:
- Provides consistent comfort every day
- Is energy-efficient for lowered energy costs
- Factors in future service and maintenance
- Performs based on our load analysis
- Meets your performance and automation needs
Depending on your particular western PA business, we offer a wide range of heating and cooling options including ductless AC, traditional central air conditioners, ductless mini-splits, geothermal systems, furnaces, boilers, and heat pumps.
Why Choose Wade Heating & Cooling for Commercial HVAC
When you decide it’s time for a new heating or cooling system for your business, choose Wade Heating and Cooling. Not only do we offer free installation estimates, but our experienced HVAC technicians guide you through the entire process from start-to-finish. As well as installing new HVAC systems, our technicians are also training in retrofitting older systems for a newer, updated unit. By switching to a more modern system, you receive more benefits than you thought possible, including:
- Decreased Utility Bills with Energy-Efficient Technology
- Cleaner Air with Advanced Filtration Units
- Eligibility for Rebates & Tax Incentives
- Evenly Distributed Heating and Cooling Throughout Your Business
Commercial HVAC Design & Build Process
When you choose Wade Heating and Cooling for your commercial HVAC installations, you will first receive a free installation estimate by our commercial HVAC team.
Our Design & Build Process generally follows:
1. Inspect Current HVAC System
Our Project Estimators will review your current system and identifiy any issues with the current unit and if the old system, or design, is hampering the overall performance.
2. Comprehensive Space & Needs Review
Next, we will thoroughly review your space, any updated (or future) heating and cooling needs, as well as any automation controls and budgetary constraints for the project.
3. Load Analysis
We will review the current load requirements as well as any updated space additions, system design flaws, and potential challenges the new HVAC system may encounter.
4. Estimate the Project
Our engineering team will estimate the cost of the project and provide clear explanations of our recommendations.
5. Coordinate the Build
Our team will work with the required vendors such as property managers, zoning, inspectors, and cranes which may be needed to complete your new HVAC build. We don’t leave until the job is done properly and we have answered any questions you may have.