Commercial HVAC & Refrigeration Services
Your HVAC system will thrive with consistent HVAC maintenance and will suffer without adequate preventative measures. You can prevent costly repairs and experience worry-free comfort for years by utilizing SLM, who has the most experienced technicians in the industry. Each of the suppliers we hire undergo factory training and ongoing education. Additionally, each is fully licensed and insured. We provide the experience and quality you need to keep your mind at ease.
One of the worst things that can happen to your facility is when refrigeration equipment goes down. Your refrigeration system does not forewarn you when it needs repair. Instead, you need to stay vigilant about the signs that repairs are imminent. All of your cold food storage equipment could be affected and fail to hold the correct temperature. If you cannot store all of product and ingredients delivered and your employees cannot prepare the food using proper techniques, you cannot open because the food is not safe to consume.
How We Will Help
- HVAC parts and repairs will be tracked through asset identification
- Quarterly reporting of filter exchanges
- HVAC installation, replacement repair or maintenance services
- Regular preventative maintenance including seasonal tune-ups or annual maintenance plans
- Amp draw service, belt adjustments, fluid level assurance
- Cleaning of coils, oil fan monitor check
- Replace filters
- Emergency services
Our HVAC & refrigeration services include the following.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, examine your refrigerator. Is it placed directly up against the wall? Your refrigerator needs to be placed slightly away from the wall to give it room to circulate air properly. Commercial refrigerators are made to withstand countless opening and closing operations, but sometimes the gask can get worn down from wear and tear. Your door should close properly and seal completely so the unit can perform proper cooling processes.
You should check to see if the power cord has been properly plugged in all the way to the outlet, as it may have been knocked out of place. If that still isn’t the option, then check if the wiring for the outlet and ground wires are active. The issue may be the power supply and not the unit. If that’s not the case, give SLM a call and we’ll dispatch a vendor to service within 4 hours.
A commercial HVAC is going to require a several thousand dollar investment, and once that amount of money is spent, you want the system to last as long as possible. On average, you can expect this type of equipment to last between 10-15 years. By taking care of the system with regular preventative maintenance and timely repairs, you can increase the lifespan of the equipment.
No matter your system, you should have it serviced at least bi-annually; once in the spring and once in the fall. To ensure peak system performance, we recommend servicing quarterly.
SLM suggests that you are checking your filters on a monthly basis. If you have a disposable type filter (usually found with a cardboard edge), and if it’s dirty, replace it–don’t attempt to clean it. Some higher efficiency filters can go up to three months before needing a filter replacement. In seasons where usage is higher, it’s better to check more often.
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