Commercial HVAC in Miami, FL
Our HVAC (Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration) specialists are trained to install, maintain, and repair air conditioning equipment. While most companies are qualified to work on residential systems, but it takes uniquely skilled professionals to work with commercial equipment. With that in mind, dozens of South Florida organizations rely on specially trained commercial contractors to keep buildings cool and comfortable for residents, customers, and workers. Our certified technicians offer 24/7 repair service. They have the equipment and personnel to provide a variety of services, including efficient installations. During projects, experts help minimize clients’ downtime and strive to save them money. Contractors also offer maintenance agreements that ensure HVAC systems remain sound and efficient.
Restaurant HVAC Systems are key to creating the ideal climate for your guests. It can quickly sour a mode if the AC unit is not ideal for your capacity. There are so many factors that need to be considered when designing a proper HVAC system: ceiling height, seating capacity, number of entrances, appliances, etc. Your HVAC units need to have the capacity to withstand a packed house without breaking a sweat.
Ductwork Design and Installation
Ductwork seems simple enough but there’s a science to it. While there’s a ductwork option depending on the use and layout of your design, picking the right one isn’t always easy. Working hand in hand with Mechanical Contractors is key to being on the same page and having the right product for your venue.
With years of experience dealing with the City of Miami, Miami Dade County, Miami Beach, and more, we know the ins and outs of the permitting process. While it can be a long drawn out process, we make your life easier by putting forth best practices in order to expedite the process. Our licensed contractors have e-signature capabilities to process permits, which saves a lot of valuable time to see the permits through.
HVAC Emergency Repairs
Some times disaster strikes when you least expect it. We proudly offer Emergency HVAC Repair Services. Our technicians can be on site within a few hours to diagnose and look for solutions to your problems. Based on our experience, it’s lack of maintenance that leads to a majority of the problems, so it’s imperative that you regularly service your HVAC units.
Our experienced contractors provide a full inspection of your existing HVAC units before replacing them. It’s important to diagnose everything and take inventory of all the components in order to have a properly installed replacement unit. Often times, it may just be a specific part thats malfunctioning that needs replacement in order to get everything back in order. Avoiding expensive replacements.
Our Commercial HVAC Installation Experience Matters
Our HVAC Professionals Have Specialty Training Although commercial technicians can work on residential and small business HVAC jobs, residential technicians do not have the training to meet the demands of commercial projects. Commercial technicians have additional training, experience, and certifications. These certified specialists can install the powerful HVAC equipment required by industries and organizations. They will also repair or replace currently installed systems. Clients rely on commercial contractors to service buildings’ needs efficiently without creating power issues in other areas. Technicians are trained and experienced in providing commercial refrigeration services to restaurants as well as food manufacturing plants and service facilities. HVAC professionals also have extensive safety training because they are regularly exposed to severe hazards. Commercial technicians know how to guard against harmful chemicals, carbon monoxide, burns, and abrasions. They safely work with high-voltage electric components and frequently need to work outdoors during bad weather. Commercial technicians can service sophisticated HVAC exhaust, drainage, and ventilation systems. They work on powerful units installed outdoors, often on roofs. Contractors routinely complete complicated AC repairs on heat pumps, chillers, and heaters. They also repair package units, boilers, furnaces, economizers, and commercial controls. Contractors have experience with a range of intricate commercial systems, including modular units with equipment installed in more than one area.
Service Agreements Automate Maintenance
HVAC companies that provide commercial services offer maintenance options that help organizations save money, minimize inconvenience, increase energy efficiency, and improve indoor air quality. Contractors typically design maintenance contracts that ensure commercial equipment is always working efficiently. The agreements entitle customers to a set number of inspections, during which technicians have a chance to evaluate and tune-up systems. During maintenance visits, technicians can find and repair minor problems, to prevent them from causing breakdowns or expensive issues later. Repair costs are discounted under maintenance agreements. As specialists inspect the equipment, they may suggest upgrades that increase efficiency, like installing automated thermostats. When technicians evaluate commercial systems, they ensure that equipment is running well, which helps maintain efficiency and keep environments comfortable. Regular expert maintenance extends the lifespan of HVAC equipment because experts routinely replace belts, filters, and oil. They clean dirty coils and make sure there are no clogged parts. Well-cared-for systems last longer, which saves business owners the cost of replacing costly equipment too soon. Routine professional care can reduce energy costs. Per Whole Building Design Guide, HVAC equipment accounts for 39% of commercial building energy use. Studies show that installing high-performance equipment can result in energy savings of 10%-40%, but the complex systems need routine care to remain efficient.
Experts Can Improve Indoor Air Quality
Commercial HVAC contractors are also air quality specialists who can test buildings and detect indoor air pollution. According to the EPA, “Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.” With that in mind, many organizations rely on HVAC technicians to find and correct issues that could degrade indoor air in their buildings. It is a valuable service that is often included in routine maintenance. As specialists assess air quality, they look for signs that bacteria, fungus, and pollen have built up in air conditioning systems. When these pollutants are circulated, they can lead to itchy eyes, nose and throat irritation, and flu-like symptoms. Maintaining healthy air in buildings and warehouses is a smart investment that can help employers reduce absenteeism and create a healthier environment that is conducive to productivity.