Make the Most of Your Investment
with Commercial HVAC Maintenance

An HVAC system is one of the largest investments for a commercial or industrial building owner—but maintaining and servicing it doesn’t have to be. Routine maintenance ensures your system is working at peak efficiency and extends its life span. Want it to have a long, happy life? Want to be a hero to your employees, clients and customers? A service contract or maintenance agreement for your commercial air conditioning service and HVAC repair is the way to go. Our 5-Star Seal of Approval contractors are trained, licensed and fully insured to keep your system up and running for years to come.

Services that provide peace of mind include:

  •  Inspection
  •  Routine Service and Maintenance
  •  Thermostat/Control repair and replacement
  •  Defrost and temperature control and management
  •  Refrigerant leak detection and repair
  •  Energy Conservation Heat Reclaim
  •  AND MUCH MORE…

A HISTORY OF HVAC
Bringing Commercial HVAC To Life

You can thank the Romans for that central air in your office space, the vents in your college campus buildings and the heat in your laboratories. Modern-day HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems are the result of centuries of work and innovations that continue to this day. Their history can be tracked back to the first fire places (H) built with chimneys (V) during Roman times. And several centuries later, the initial concept of cooling (AC) came to life.

Why Do We Need Commercial HVAC Systems Today?

Looking to heat or cool a single room, a large area or an entire building? All of the above? HVAC has you covered. But the demands of commercial HVAC have expanded over the years. Separate rooms require different levels of comfort, especially in a commercial or industrial building that has multipurpose conference rooms, pharmaceutical labs, workout facilities, call centers and foyers. Add to this the outside environment, occupancy, humidity, temperature, air quality and ventilation, and you need a carefully coordinated system.

Basic Components of Industrial HVAC Systems:

  •  Thermostat (Controls)
  •  Furnace/ Boiler /Heat Pump/Split-System
  •  Heat Exchanger
  •  Evaporator Coil
  •  Condensing Unit
  •  Refrigerant Lines
  •  Ductwork
  •  Vents

Want to learn more? For more information or to hire a licensed and insured HVAC technician with Jersey HVAC Pros 5-Star Seal of Approval, find a contractor today.