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Breathe Easy with Commercial Air Conditioning Service from
Air Woodlands A/C & Heating
Commercial cooling repairs are inevitable. At Air Woodlands A/C & Heating, we offer a comprehensive range of cooling services to meet all your commercial Air Conditioning installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance needs. Call us at (281) 367-8135, to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our commercial cooling services.
Commercial Air Conditioning Maintenance
Your air conditioner is essential to your business. A well-maintained system keeps customers and employees comfortable, which promotes a successful, productive work environment. To keep your system running efficiently, commercial air conditioning maintenance is key. Air Woodlands A/C & Heating provides professional A/C repair and annual maintenance services to businesses throughout The Woodlands, Spring, Tomball, Conroe, Magnolia and surrounding areas. Schedule an appointment with us, or call us at (281) 367-8135 for any additional questions. We are here for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
What are the benefits of commercial air conditioning maintenance?
Commercial air conditioning maintenance is vital to the health of your HVAC system. Benefits of routine professional maintenance are:
A longer mechanical lifespan.
Preventing and identifying problems before they can affect your business.
The Importance of Professional Commercial Air Conditioning Service
We’ve said that routine professional maintenance is essential to the life of your commercial air conditioning system, but how? A professional technician can identify issues that you cannot and can even help prevent unexpected and expensive repairs. We advise establishing a maintenance agreement and schedule for professional commercial air conditioning service with Air Woodlands A/C & Heating
tip: Begin your maintenance in the spring before the summer heat takes a toll.
Commercial Air Conditioning Repair
Maintaining a comfortable temperature is essential to a safe, comfortable, and productive work environment. If your employees are sweltering and customers are fleeing stifling temperatures at your place of business, it’s time to call Air Woodland A/C & Heating. Our emergency HVAC services are designed to help you breathe easy, with our 24/7 emergency AC repair. Our licensed heating and cooling technicians are here to help!
Does My Business Need Commercial AC Repair?
There are obvious signs that your air conditioner needs repair—for example, it won’t turn on or it’s blowing warm air. Some other signs might be less obvious. These are some of the most common problems to watch out for:
The air conditioner won't turn on.
There’s noise or excessive vibration during air conditioner startup or operation.
The unit hums, but the fan doesn't operate.
The fan runs, but the compressor has stopped working.
The air conditioner system is blowing warm air.
There’s water pooling around the air conditioner.
At Air Woodlands A/C & Heating, we specialize in tackling even the most stubborn commercial air conditioning repairs, including:
No Power – Faulty wiring or tripped breakers can easily cut power to your air conditioner, as can an overheated system that has shut itself off. Our air conditioning repair and service technicians address the causes of these issues to prevent them from reoccurring.
Worn-Out Fan Belt – Squealing sounds indicate a worn-out fan belt that could potentially snap, resulting in more-expensive repairs. Our technicians are well versed in replacing worn-out fan belts.
Refrigerant Leak – A hissing sound typically indicates a refrigerant leak, which is bad not only for the environment but for the efficiency of your system. Aire Serv technicians will repair the leak and recharge your system.
Frozen Evaporator Coil – Warm air exiting vents is a telltale sign of a frozen evaporator coil, which could result from low refrigerant levels, poor circulation, continual operation, or other causes. Your local Aire Serv technician will get to the bottom of the warm air and provide an efficient fix.
Defective Fan Motor – A properly operating fan keeps air circulating throughout your location. If your fan motor is ailing or broken, repair or replacement is vital.
Defective Compressor – If your fan is operating but the air exiting your vents feels warm, it typically indicates a faulty compressor. As this is an expensive component, it is best to discuss your repair versus replacement options with one of our professional technicians.
Clogged Condensate Drains – Algae, insects, dirt and debris can collect in condensate drains, resulting in leaks and water damage. An Aire Serv technician can flush your system and prevent future clogs by applying an algaecide to the condensate drain.
Commercial Air Conditioning Replacement
Our licensed AC experts can help you determine if it’s time for an upgrade or simple repairs. Give us a call today! (281) 367-8135
How Will I Know When It's Time For Commercial Air Conditioner Replacement?
Here are a few factors to consider:
Age – The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ENERGY STAR Program recommends commercial air conditioner replacement when your system is more than 10 years old.
Frequent Breakdowns / The 50% Rule – If you are constantly repairing your AC, or repair costs are adding up to more than half the value of your system, a professional Air Woodlands A/C & Heating technician can help you determine if commercial air conditioner replacement makes the best financial sense.
Comfort Issues – Poorly operating air conditioners result in uneven temperatures throughout your business in addition to humidity problems, which can lead to mold, mildew growth, and air quality issues.
Noise – Systems that are ailing and unable to keep up with cooling demands tend to make excessive noise or turn off randomly. If this describes the system at your business, commercial air conditioner replacement may be in order.
Types of Commercial Air Conditioning Systems
Split System – This is the most common air conditioner system utilizing ductwork and consisting of an indoor condensing unit, and an outdoor evaporator system.
Packaged System – These use ductwork to distribute air like a split system, however both the condensing and evaporator system are "packaged" or housed outside within a single unit.
Ductless Mini-Splits – These systems do not utilize ducts, but instead use an indoor unit mounted to the wall and an outdoor component that sits next to your business.
Portable air conditioner – Smaller window and wall units are designed to cool a single room or area of your business.
Evaporative Coolers – Also known as “swamp coolers,” these systems are used in dry climates and remove heat, using evaporation. They are typically located on the roof and resemble split systems.