Commercial Air Conditioning Installation requires professional experience and knowledge. The equipment involved is much larger and more specialized than residential. Typically the configurations are custom one of a kind situations that involve extensive preparation and flawless execution.
AccuTemp has been working with Commercial customers for over 30 years in Arizona. We have done big and small installation jobs all over the valley and can help you as well.
Commercial A/C Installation in Phoenix
An air conditioner for a business is much different than one for a residential space. A commercial system must provide enough power to maintain consistent temperatures for a large space, whether it is an office building, retail store, or warehouse. Accutemp provides top-notch commercial HVAC installation as well as HVAC repair and maintenance services.
The Importance of Professional Installation for Your AC Unit
A commercial AC unit is not inexpensive, and you want to make sure installation is done right the first time around. A competent installation expert also handles the equipment professionally to ensure it is protected from damage or malfunction.
With a commercial unit, not only do you need to worry about proper installation, but also about compliance. As a professional company, we make sure the system is compliant with all energy efficiency laws and job site requirements. We make sure to keep work areas safe and clean, and we schedule installation so there is minimal business disruption.
We understand that every business has unique cooling and heating needs. That is why we create a customized plan for each client. We first perform a consultation to find out exactly what you are looking for and to measure dimensions. This helps us determine your cooling needs so we can recommend the right type,and the correct size of the system for the space. If the budget is a priority, we can suggest modifications or other money-saving solutions.
We get top work long before cranes and forklifts start bringing equipment to the job site.
First, a load test needs to be done by a qualified professional to determine what equipment is going to get the job done.
Once we get the right equipment selected then we plan out the ducting to ensure that all aspects of the property get equal air distribution. This prevents pockets of warmer and colder air from forming and makes all your customers happy.
Finally, we install the equipment on time and within budget.
Warning Signs That You May Need a New
Commercial HVAC System
If you have an existing HVAC system and it has not been functioning properly, repairs may be just what the unit needs. However, sometimes a new system is necessary. There are certain warning signs that indicate a new system is warranted:
Consistently high energy bills – Weather changes or rate increases can cause energy bills to increase, and these are difficult to control. However, if utility bills are consistently high and there is not a reasonable explanation, this may mean that the HVAC system is operating inefficiently. Although there may be some retrofit options to improve energy efficiency, a newer model may be necessary.
Strange smells – If there are consistently strange smells in the air, this could indicate a problem with the HVAC system. Sometimes the problem may be minor, but if the smells are ignored, this can lead to more serious issues. An oily smell may indicate a clogged burner, which is a serious issue. An electrical odor can indicate a burned out motor or bad wiring, and a rotten egg smell may indicate a natural gas leak. If you notice any of these smells, call our HVAC professionals right away.
The system is older than 20 – All HVAC systems have a limited lifespan, but with professional installation and regular maintenance, a system should last at least 20 years and even up to 40 or 50. If you are experiencing inefficiency and requiring multiple repairs, and the system is older than 20 years old, it may be time to replace it with a newer and more efficient system.
Strange noises – Odd and unexplained noises coming from the system is one of the first signs of malfunctioning equipment. Not only is it annoying, but it also negatively affects the efficiency of the system. Common noises include excessive clanking, humming, and clicking. To prevent further damage, contact us at the first sound. We can diagnose the issue and recommend the best solution. The system may just need some repair work, or it may need to be replaced completely.
Ongoing repairs – All HVAC systems suffer from normal wear and tear, and repairs are necessary to keep them in good working order. However, occasional repairs are normal and ongoing repairs are not. If there are leaks and malfunctioning parts, these can lead to further damage to other system components. If repairs are needed more than once a season, it may be time for a new HVAC system.
Wildly fluctuating temperatures – If an HVAC unit is functioning well, humidity is controlled and temperatures are consistent, even when the weather is not. Large swings from hotter temperatures to cooler ones and high humidity levels often indicate more complex issues. If caught early on, retrofitting of components, such as air ducts, insulation, controls, or sensors, may fix the problem. Otherwise, a new unit may be a better choice.
Brands We Use for Commercial Air Conditioning Units at AccuTemp
We service all brands of air conditioning equipment including:
Call Accutemp for All Your Phoenix Area Commercial HVAC Needs Today!
Taking good care of your commercial HVAC system is imperative. When you need installation for a new space or replacement for a current unit, Accutemp is the company to call. We ensure our technicians are reliable, trained, and certified. We have numerous certifications, including NATE, and we have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
Not only are we trusted professionals, but we are also customer-focused and offer a satisfaction guarantee. Thanks to our wonderful clients, we are a Yelp award recipient. If you need HVAC repair or installation for your business, give us a call at (623) 404-8785 or contact us online today!