Commercial Heating & Cooling
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- refrigeration service including walk-in coolers, walk-in refrigerators
- rooftop heat/cool units – service, repair & installation
- yearly preventative maintenance agreements (service contracts)
- air balance reports on ventilation, including exhaust grilles
- exhaust grille repairs, installation
- fire wrapping on grease ducts
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What a good HVAC system can do for you?
An HVAC system that is not functioning properly can cause significant discomfort on a hot summer day and could be dangerous during the freezing winter months. That is why we always want to ensure that your HVAC system is running top notch before we call it a day. We are always here to answer your questions about heating and cooling systems to help you decide which system best fits your needs.
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It is important to purchase an HVAC unit that can accommodate your home, but isn’t too big. A unit that is too small for your home can’t handle the work load of cooling the area properly and a unit that is too big will leave you paying an outrageous energy bill. With that being said, before purchasing a new unit there are home improvements that can be done to increase your homes energy efficiency. Since about one-third of a home’s total heat loss is through windows and doors it is imperative to seal all cracks and edges with caulk or weatherstripping. Making sure to seal and insulate your home properly reduces air flow and leaks, in turn decreasing your over all energy bills.
There are many types of HVAC systems available today, but choosing one doesn’t have to be difficult as long as you take into consideration the different components that make up a system. The level of efficiency should be considered when choosing a new unit. It is recommended that a new system have a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of at least 13 and a HSPF (Heating Season Performance Factor) of 7.7. These systems initially cost more, but over the course of time have a cheaper operating cost. Another aspect to consider when purchasing a new unit is your geological location. For colder climates it is recommended to purchase a back up boiler of furnace instead of an electric split system, which can be used for year round heating and cooling.
Yes! It is highly recommended that you purchase all new equipment at the same time. Purchasing only half of a new system could cause expensive service problems down the road. When all of your parts to your unit do not match up this could reduce the efficiency of the unit and affect the performance.
Regular servicing and maintenance is the best way to ensure a long life expectancy out of your unit. This ensures the effectiveness and proper functionality of a unit, because a units coils, filters and fins need constant care and tuning. We offer a variety of maintenance plans to fit your family’s needs and budget.
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Average life expectancy for central air conditioners units are about 14 years plus or minus. Furnaces usually go a little longer. Well maintained systems last longer than systems that are only serviced occasionally or serviced only when a breakdown occurs.
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