“For example, the apartment complex could’ve relied on a water source heat pump system which can provide both warm and cool air at the same time. As the name implies, this system relies on water held between 60 to 90°F, which is then pumped throughout the complex and into individual compressor units in each room. The compressor units provide cool air by “rejecting” the heat from the water and give warm air by “withdrawing” heat from it. Only the best Denver HVAC contractors would know how to install such a system in a multi-family dwelling.
That said, the availability and equal distribution of warm and cold air is just one thing that the apartment managers need to worry about. Building pressure control, leakage testing, and overall maintenance are other factors that come into play if they’re looking for the right HVAC system for their property. However, the idea that their tenants won’t have to rely on their sweaters and ovens to stay warm should be enough motivation for the apartme