It is truly amazing how far the industry has come with the efficiency of the units nowadays.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are used to regulate the temperature and air quality in a given space. While residential HVAC systems are designed for smaller spaces, commercial HVAC systems are much larger and more complex. As a result, commercial HVAC systems require regular maintenance from qualified HVAC technicians. Additionally, commercial HVAC systems often feature more advanced features, such as quality air conditioning and HEPA filters. Finally, commercial HVAC systems typically have a higher SEER rating, which means they are more energy-efficient than their residential counterparts. Ultimately, the choice of HVAC system depends on the specific needs of the space it will be used in. My dad had such a big house that he needed two commercial AC units and two air handlers in his house. I remember him having power bills as high as $1000 a month at one point when he had some less efficient units installed. He finally got rid of them and put in ultra high efficient HVAC systems and now his power bills are closer to $200 a month. It is truly amazing how far the industry has come with the efficiency of the units nowadays. I can run the air in my house almost nonstop and my power bills are at the most $120 a month. About 30 years ago if I did the same my power bills would be almost as much as my rent! I am very grateful for all of the hard work the HVAC techs and engineers have done over the last 30 years. They have really made them so efficient now.