Commercial HVAC Repairs

Reader Heating and Cooling technicians completing commercial HVAC repairs.

Commercial HVAC| Repairs

When your commercial HVAC system is functioning at sub-optimal levels or even not at all, it’s vital to have the situation resolved as quickly as possible.  Whether you’re dealing with a malfunctioning furnace, heat exchange or boiler our technicians are trained and certified to remedy your situation as efficiently and effectively as possible.  Our priority is to get your HVAC system functioning again.

Does my unit need service?

Age? 

The average life expectancy of commercial units today can be 20 years or more. Replacing a furnace usually happens in an emergency situation – like in the middle of a cold, long northeast Ohio winter.

Higher Utility Bills?

As your unit ages it can lose its efficiency, especially if routine maintenance was not done.  This may cause your unit to run longer to provide the same amount of heat which in turn can cause the utility bills to increase.   If you find a steady increase in the utility bills your unit may be telling you that it is working harder than it used to.

Strange Noises?

Old furnaces can make some strange noises such as rattling, squealing, squeaking, banging, or popping noises.  Also you can listen for the air blowing for longer than it normally does.

Poor Functionality?

If your unit is not meeting the temperature you have it set at, it turns itself off before it should, or it doesn’t turn on at all are all signs that your unit is in need of servicing.  Or if your blower turns on & off more frequently or blows cold air instead of warm.

Other components that may need service

When your commercial HVAC system is not running properly, it’s important to inspect the entire system as various components work together to either keep your system running efficiently.  Here are some items that a qualified service technician should check:

Disconnect switches

These are separate fuse links for electric systems.  Usually found inside of a service box near the unit. Due to high voltage electricity we recommend that this only be performed by a trained professional.

Condenser coils on A/C

These coils can be contaminated with debris and environmental matter and may need to be cleaned in order to keep your system functioning properly.

Freon or refrigerant

If your air conditioning unit is not cooling properly and is in need of freon it may be because you have a leak.  A freon leak could damage the compressor, which is a very costly part to replace.

Thermostats

If a thermostat is faulty or an inferior quality product that has a short life span this could be affecting the overall functioning of your HVAC system.

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