If your answer is, “no, it needs work” or “actually, I have no idea,” then it’s time to call our team for professional commercial HVAC services in Norman, OK. After all, we’re about to enter our hottest part of the year. This is a great time to have a trained technician give your system(s) a look and address any problems that need fixing before summer hits. This is especially the case for commercial air conditioners, which have a much heavier workload than residential systems, and require a contractor that specializes in commercial services.
If you are a business owner or manage an office space, you should contact a commercial HVAC company to have maintenance done if you haven’t already, and repairs if you’ve been told you need them or suspect you may need them.
“But What Should I Look for In a Commercial HVAC Professional?”
Great question! As we stated above, commercial needs are greater than residential, and you need an HVAC contractor that can handle the job. Keep reading to learn how to spot a commercial HVAC company that knows what they’re doing.
A reliable HVAC company is one that is, well, reliable. This means you should be able to contact them anytime, day or night, for any commercial HVAC problem or suspected problem. After all, no cooling (or heating) emergency happens at a “convenient” time, especially for a business that can’t afford a huge disruption in services.
Our company will act quickly no matter what the situation is, as we understand how an unpleasant environment can send customers or visitors away, or make employees a lot less productive. Another consideration is the equipment that can suffer due to a loss of cooling, such as computer systems. Ask our team about availability—we understand the unique needs of business and commercial property owners!
Able to Treat a Variety of Systems
Commercial HVAC systems will vary depending on the specific requirements of the space in which it’s installed, and the conditions of the unit itself. While residential spaces are sometimes “cookie cutter,” no office or business space is the same. And a good commercial HVAC contractor will provide repairs and replacement for more than just one type of air conditioner.
We’ll also evaluate the problem against the specific needs of your commercial property, and won’t treat a small system in a single unit retail space the same way we would a multi-story office building or business that accounts for a great deal of warehouse space. The right commercial HVAC professional should assess your space before looking at your HVAC system, and make sure any maintenance or repair needs are managed.
A good commercial HVAC contractor understands, as we do, that business tenants in a single commercial space change from time to time, and that new companies moving into an old space might have wildly different needs for their air conditioner than the company that was there before. The right HVAC company will be able to help by upgrading or adjusting the existing HVAC system to meet the needs of a new company: using the existing system when possible and recommending helpful adjustments or upgrades that will match your budget and needs.
At Comfort Incorporated, we keep your family safe, healthy and comfortable–call today, service today!