Commercial heating and cooling are critical to your facility and business operations. If your building has an older HVAC system that has become less effective or is increasing your energy expenses, and repairs are becoming more frequent, it may be more economical for a complete replacement. Depending on the circumstances, retrofitting your existing HVAC equipment to extend its life and increase energy-efficiency may be an economical alternative to replacement. A retrofit involves installing new or modified parts that allow a commercial heating or air conditioning system to continue functioning without a complete replacement. HVAC service and repairs may also require that some components be replaced.
Whether you are replacing existing systems, adding capacity to meet your facility’s needs or exploring solutions to increase energy efficiency and enhance the comfort of your building occupants, planning is key. We help you make informed decisions and get the most out of your commercial HVAC. One of our experienced technicians will evaluate your system and perform a life expectancy analyses that takes into consideration its age, safety, frequency and magnitude of repairs, noise volume, comfort level and energy consumption. Then we will complete a structural analyses and develop an installation plan that includes electrical, gas fitting, rigging, and roofing, and avoids service and workflow disruption. For emergency equipment replacement, we provide 24-hour turnaround.