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The Basics Of Commercial Air Conditioning in St Paul MN

By: Phineas Gray
Category : Heating And Air Conditioning
June 19, 2012

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When you think of air conditioning you often think of a unit that is suitable for the home but there are many units that fall under the category of commercial air conditioning in St. Paul MN. Some of these units are quite large and others are small depending on the space in which they are being used. In most cases, all commercial air conditioning refers to the units that are used in places of business and warehouses. Regardless of the type of air conditioner that you are talking about it is important to note that all air conditioners have their own specific use. Most commercial air conditioning units are referred to as central air and they can be used in both the home and business. Outlined below are some of the basic things that you should know about your air conditioning unit before installing it.

Most units of commercial air conditioning in St. Paul, MN are so large that they often run from a central location in the building. The air conditioning and the heat are often run through the same duct work and you simply use a switch on the wall to change from one to the other. The heating and the cooling systems will work independently of each other and you never have to worry about the heat and the air conditioner running at the same time. The great thing about this is that if run properly, the air conditioning can be adjusted so that it does not have to be at the same level in all rooms of a building or warehouse.

Many people are not even aware of how commercial air conditioning in St. Paul MN works. Most people simply think that an air conditioner works like a huge fan that blows out cold air into a room but this is not even close to what happens. A central air conditioning unit works to actually remove the warm air from a room and replace it with colder air. The warm air that was once making a room very uncomfortable has now been removed through the duct system and is placed outside of the building all together.  When the air conditioner is turn off the cold air leaves the room and the temperature once again begins to rise.

Recent changes have been made to commercial air conditioning in St. Paul MN, and some businesses have been forced to change their central air conditioning units all together. As more people become concerned with protecting the environment, manufacturers are air conditioning units are working very hard to make units that are less harmful to the ozone layer. This means that restrictions have been placed on the type and style of refrigeration units that can be used in commercial air conditioning in St. Paul MN and throughout various part of the United States.

Twin City Mechanical provides commercial air conditioning services, sells and installs all major brands, makes and models in St. Paul MN. To know more visit their website.

Twin City Mechanical -- Saint Paul, MN