Roth Heating Company—Ready to Meet Your Commercial Needs
Roth Heating Company can offer many solutions for commercial buildings. Whether you are trying to heat a 50,000 sq. ft. warehouse with multiple unit heaters or air condition the smallest computer room in the middle of winter with a mini-split, there is a solution for every building and we will find it.
From start to finish of your commercial project, we can meet your needs at every step. Replacing an exact commercial heating system requires an HVAC permit with the local municipality, but a redesign, addition, or remodel requires plans be drawn and stamped by a mechanical engineer, and then reviewed by the state of Wisconsin or a local building inspector. Roth Heating can arrange for this engineering to take it off of your plate, as well as walk the plans through for approval to obtain the necessary permits—your commercial job is our priority.
Getting Commercial Jobs Done Correctly
At Roth Heating, we love hydronic systems and customizing ductwork. We have performed many jobs where one big, inefficient boiler is removed and replaced with multiple smaller boilers which are piped together for more efficient heating. When it is really cold and more BTU’s are needed to heat the building, all the boilers will operate together. Otherwise, they are staged to provide as much heat as necessary while using as little fuel as possible for optimal efficiency.
Hydronic systems can also provide individual zones controlled by a separate thermostat for each part of the building. High efficiency, condensing boilers often qualify for rebates for their exceptional efficiency providing a quicker payback to the business owner.
If hydronic heating isn’t viable, take note that commercial ductwork can provide an attractive interior to a bar, restaurant, or open concept office. The exposed spiral ductwork can be left natural or painted to blend in or complement the décor. In unheated attic locations, duct board is often used in place of metal ducts. We custom fabricate it to fit the particular job—it is insulated, lightweight, and easy to fit into place. Plus, if an adjustment or customization is needed to properly service your ductwork, we can do that on the job without having to head to a warehouse—we save time and money however we can!
Commercial Maintenance Agreements Make a Difference
Commercial maintenance agreements are the simple way to guarantee that your equipment is kept in proper operating condition. The filters and belts, if necessary, are changed regularly, and the equipment is tuned up at the appropriate time for heating and cooling. Problems with the equipment can often be detected before a breakdown occurs. This peace of mind allows the business owners time to spend time running their business and not dealing with problems.