Commercial HVAC Services in Clearwater Including AC & Heating Repair and Installation
Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning Repair
Time is of the essence when a commercial HVAC system breaks down. In many instances, commercial cooling and heating equipment is a critical part of core processes, so your HVAC contractor must be accessible, efficient and cost competitive. This is especially important for industries that work within tight humidity and temperature parameters.
To ensure the work is done right the first time, we only employ technicians equipped with the most advanced diagnostic equipment. Commercial service techs are required to have a deeper understanding of the refrigeration cycle compared to their residential counterparts. Our techs can repair virtually any brand of equipment, and we offer emergency service for catastrophic situations.
Commercial Air Conditioning and Heating Installation
Light commercial cooling and heating equipment generally ranges from 5-15 ton capacity. Commercial buildings are far more complex when compared to residential dwellings since the load requirements are significantly affected by occupancy rates and machine-generated heat. Our design experts engineer every new and replacement system to maximize efficiency. The right amount of conditioned air is delivered into every area of the building, so employees and customers stay comfortable in all weather conditions.
System engineering is important, but the installation process must be done properly to ensure the equipment performs according to the manufacturer’s specifications. The ductwork should always be sealed to eliminate leaks caused by loose connections, breaches, and porous seams. The contractor must know how to work with other trades to eliminate delays and costly change orders. At Advanced Cooling Systems, our mechanics meet scheduling obligations and only request a change order when it’s absolutely necessary.
As a manager or administrator, you understand the important role your HVAC system plays in the success of your business. The best way to avoid expensive downtime is to purchase a commercial maintenance agreement. Our technicians make periodic visits to your business and perform a variety of important services designed to enhance comfort, lower operating costs and identify small problems before they cause an unexpected outage. A 15-ton, 3-phase package unit is far more complex than a 3-ton residential split system, so always choose a contractor who employs technicians who have experience servicing commercial equipment, including make-up air units, economizers, and commercial controls.