When it comes to heating and cooling, the main difference between a commercial space and a residential space is their actual demands. In a residential space, it is often enough to have just one thermostat to communicate with the furnace to heat the whole house. The thermostat is usually placed in a neutral room to determine the average temperature in the home. If things get too cold, the furnace heats up. If things get too warm, the air gets cooled down. Unlike a residential space, a commercial space has many more rooms, each with its own unique set of demands, or in HVAC terms, “load”. For example, a room with many people and machinery produces a heavy “load” and therefore has a unique set of HVAC needs. Whereas there could be a space in the same building that needs a complete opposite temperature. That is why commercial HVAC produces a unique set of demands that have to be met with creative solutions. At Ecolife Heating And Air Conditioning, we are always up for the challenge of coming up with unique solutions that are completed on time and within budget for each and every one of our clients.