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Commercial Air Conditioning

Our installation crews take pride in their attention to detail so they make the right repair the first time.  Choosing to make a repair or replace your system is a big decision, whether planned or unplanned. 

Commercial Air Conditioning Maintenance is Important

Bill’s Refrigeration & Air Conditioning service technicians are familiar with a wide variety of HVAC systems and have advanced troubleshooting skills. Our team is current with all the latest equipment and can quickly respond to all your needs. Our installation crews take pride in their attention to detail so they make the right repair the first time.  Choosing to make a repair or replace your system is a big decision, whether planned or unplanned. We realize that in today’s economy the allocation of your resources is more important than ever. Our service technicians and our sales team can walk you through all your options.

We are happy to show you what equipment will provide the best comfort and energy savings, giving you the best return on your investment. 

Services

At Bill’s Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, we handle all types of commercial air conditioning repairs. Our services address the following issues:
  • A unit that won't turn on
  • Noises or excessive vibrations when your unit starts or runs
  • Fan isn't operating properly / Worn out fan belt / Defective fan motor
  • Compressor stopped working
  • Blowing warm air / Refrigerant leak
  • Water dripping around air conditioner
  • Frozen evaporator coil
  • Clogged condensate drain

Common Commercial Air Conditioning Repairs

Nothing is more frustrating than problems arising with your commercial air conditioning units. To help prevent air conditioning problems, it is important to be aware of common problems.

Size of Unit

If you are having issues with your unit, you hear weird noises, or you are not getting the proper air flow, this could mean you don’t have the right size unit. It may be that your unit is too small for your building. Having this issue could cause your system to run inefficiently and cost you more in energy bills.

Location of Unit

Where is your commercial air conditioner located? If it is on the rooftop, you need to take caution. Placing your a/c unit on the roof leaves it exposed to the elements and allows debris to easily find its way in. If you hear any noises or feel like the air flow is off, contact us to have your unit inspected

Cooling Inconsistencies

If one area of your building is cooler than another, this could mean there are leaks in your duct work. Contact our team to come out and identify the problem.

Air-Conditioning Brands We Repair