Commercial

Your commercial heating and cooling systems are vital for the survival of your business. It is important that you hire a reliable HVAC company to keep your systems running in maximum performance all the time. We offer the following services for your commercial comfort systems:

MAINTENANCE

Priority Customer Club Rewards

Regular maintenance is important to keep your heating and cooling system running efficiently. Unfortunately, due to busy schedules, many business owners are guilty of negligence of this vital procedure. As a result, your units are faced with expensive repairs and early system breakdown. Luckily, we offer a maintenance plan that can help you in taking care of your system and boosting your savings.

We offer a yearly maintenance plan “Priority Customer Club.”  If you are a member of our PCC, you will receive the following perks:

  • 10% discount on all replacement parts
  • Guaranteed same day service
  • Priority service over customers without the PCC plan
  • Discounts on equipment replacement

Commercial Maintenance Services

We offer the following maintenance services for your commercial heating and cooling systems:

  • Maintenance
  • Yearly maintenance services
  • Quarterly maintenance services
  • Monthly filter services

COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

  • -Inspection of the evaporator coil (clean if needed)
  • Cleaning/inspection of the condensate drain and condensate pumps
  • Inspect belts and pulleys
  • Inspect duct and sheet metal connections
  • Inspect systems blower assembly (clean if needed)
  • Lubricate any unsealed motors
  • Clean and flush condenser coil
  • Check all HVAC electrical controls
  • Check the amps/voltage on all motors
  • Check the refrigerant charge

COMMERCIAL HEATING MAINTENANCE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

  • Inspection of the evaporator coil (clean if needed)
  • Inspection of the complete venting assembly
  • Clean and inspect the heat exchanger
  • Inspect belts and pulleys
  • Inspect and clean systems blower assembly
  • Lubricate any unsealed motors
  • Clean and inspect the burner assembly
  • Check operation of systems safeties, limits, sensors, and controls
  • Check systems gas pressure (adjust if needed)
  • Check systems electrical components and controls
  • Check for carbon monoxide
  • Inspect duct and sheet metal connections
  • Check the amps/voltage on all motors