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Commercial HVAC

Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning:

Businesses and Commercial Buildings depend on constant control of their indoor climate in order to help employees be more productive, help customers enjoy their experience and to keep everyone comfortable!

We can provide top to bottom solutions for your commercial HVAC needs, from new installations and replacements to reactive service and scheduled maintenance. Our expertise and drive will keep your equipment running strong and cared for properly, the FIRST TIME we work with you! Very high first time fix rates and ultra low call back percentages give us the edge over our competition, combined with friendly and concise customer service, all coming together to provide the value you expect!

Ever see or experience the doors to a commercial building staying open just a bit?
Or being difficult to open with a heavy draft that follows?

This is caused by an imbalance in pressure (static pressure) inside versus outside the building, directly related to system ventilation, ductwork issues and economizer set-up, these seemingly mysterious and hard to fix conditions often go neglected due to frustration that the issue doesn’t get resolved, we can help ease your frustrations!

Cold Fusion Mechanical is dedicated to being your go-to for ALL your commercial hvac needs and would be delighted to introduce ourselves and outline the best possible solution to any issues that might arise!

 

“Forget the rest, call the best!”

Call Cold Fusion Mechanical today!

Commercial Cooling Preventive Maintenance Check

  • Check Air filter type and condition (replace if needed, extra charge)
  • Check metering device type
  • Check electrical connections
  • Check condenser start/run capacitors (bench and load test)
  • Check blower start/run capacitors (bench and load test)
  • Check blower bearings
  • Check blower belts
  • Check blower pulleys
  • Check contactor condition and continuity
  • Check for visual signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Start system, check starting amps and refrigerant pressures on all stages/full capacity, run system for 10-15 mins. before testing
  • Check economizer function (If applicable)
  • Check ERV function (If applicable)
  • Check subcooling
  • Check compressor superheat
  • Check amps and refrigerant pressures
  • Check indoor temperature split or at the unit (supply and return air differential)
  • Check condenser coil cleanliness (rinse if needed, need water source)
  • Advise customer of system performance and any possible suggestions.

Commercial Heating Preventive Maintenance Check

  • Check thermostat (replace batteries if needed, extra charge)
  • Check Air filter type and condition (replace if needed, extra charge)
  • Check blower start/run capacitors (bench and load test)
  • Check blower bearings
  • Check blower belts
  • Check blower pulleys
  • Check indoor temperature split or at the unit (supply and return air differential)

Gas Furnaces:

  • Check primary limit
  • Check secondary limit (If applicable)
  • Check air pressure switch
  • Check flame roll-out switches
  • Check hot surface or spark igniter
  • Check flame sensor (clean if needed)
  • Check flame sense millivolts/microamps
  • Check gas valve
  • Check gas pressure
  • Check flue connections
  • Check CO levels

Heat Pumps:

  • Check outdoor electrical connections
  • Check start/run capacitors (bench and load test)
  • Check contactor condition and continuity
  • Check for visual signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Check metering device type
  • Start system, check starting amps and refrigerant pressures on all stages/full capacity, run system for 10-15 mins. before testing
  • Check subcooling
  • Check compressor superheat
  • Check amps and refrigerant pressures
  • Check condenser coil cleanliness (rinse if needed, need water source)
  • Advise customer of system performance and any possible suggestions.