Commercial HVAC Repair
Heating and air conditioning systems are a big investment, but they’re also a necessity no matter the size of your commercial property. Not only do you need to have a good system in place, you need to make sure it works the way it’s supposed to at all times. To give you peace of mind you need to have a qualified commercial HVAC company available to perform any service you might need on your system.
From cooling towers to fan coil units, Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating has the knowledge and training to install, change out, repair and maintain commercial heating and air conditioning systems of all shapes and sizes. Consider us your commercial HVAC repair experts in San Antonio, TX.
Prior to an installation or change out, our team can properly size commercial air conditioning systems based upon the number of occupants and calculating the heat load in a building in order to provide your establishment with uniform indoor comfort. Subjected to extreme wear and tear, often operating during peak cooling times and for periods up to 24 hours a day it important to conduct regular maintenance on commercial HVAC systems. Not doing so can lead to system failure, a detriment to business operations.
A cornerstone of our preventative maintenance program is our annual cleanings. During these cleanings we check refrigerant levels and pressures, clean evaporator and condensing coils, lubricate moving parts, check all electrical connections, monitor amperage and voltage draws, and change filters.
Common AC Installation Questions:
- How many AC units do I need?
- What size AC units are needed?
- How much money will I save?
- What brand do I select?
- How long will the AC installation take?
Commercial HVAC Services
Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating offers a full range of commercial heating and air conditioning services to customers throughout the Tampa area. We have the expertise to handle commercial projects small and large, and our technicians are always available to handle your emergency calls and answer any questions you may have about your system.
When you decide on the type of system you’d like to have installed, there will still be decisions to make. For one thing, you need to check the energy efficiency ratings on the brands and models you’re considering to make sure you’re getting the one with the lowest operation cost.
It’s also important to purchase a commercial heating and air conditioning unit that’s the right size for your building. This is a complicated process, so our experts use the latest technology to measure the capacity of your building and match it to the right model heating and air conditioning system.
The last thing you want to do is spend a ton of money on a system that’s poorly sized for your space. Systems that are too large will obviously cost more. It’s likely that because an oversized system will cycle on and off constantly to maintain the right temperature. Additionally, its parts will wear down more quickly and the system will require more frequent repairs.
A unit that’s too small, on the other hand, will work constantly to keep the temperature at the right level and it may never even be able to do so. In this case, you’ll pay way more in monthly heating and cooling costs than you should and likely still won’t even get the results you’re looking for.
Commercial Air Conditioning Repair
Let the experts at Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating help you select the right HVAC air conditioning system for your commercial building. Selecting a HVAC unit that is too large for your commercial space can create problems with humidity control. Commercial HVAC units that are too small will also run constantly, making it expensive to operate. Not to mention, smaller units may leave your building uncomfortably warm.
Our commercial sales and installation crew will ensure that you also have the correctly sized ductwork for your facility. Air ducts and register returns should be based on heat loss/gain load calculations. Additionally, you should take into consideration the size of your commercial HVAC air conditioning unit. Incorrectly sized air returns or duct supplies can cause the compressor in your commercial HVAC units to work harder than expected, resulting in early equipment failure.
Commercial HVAC Repairs
If you’re looking to have a commercial HVAC unit put in for the first time or you need to replace your existing system, you have many options to consider. It can be tempting to simply go with the type of system you had before, but it’s important to learn a bit more about alternatives on the market before you make your decision.
Each type of commercial system has its own advantages and disadvantages. Evaluate the strengths of the various units in relation to your particular needs and the specs of your building. Just because someone you know uses a rooftop unit doesn’t mean that a packaged air conditioner isn’t a better option. Also, consider things like chillers and cooling towers that might save you some money on monthly cooling costs.
Many businesses rely on Tex-Pert’s knowledge and reputation as a commercial HVAC repair and installation specialists. To keep your systems running at peak efficiency in the San Antonio area, call the commercial HVAC repair experts at Tex-Perts Cooling & Heating.