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Industrial / Commercial Units

We are among the few specialists in the island that are certified to install and service commercial and industrial central air units.

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Air conditioning is vital to any business big or small. A well maintained one keeps your staff and customers happy and calm, helps customers spend more while increasing your staff's productivity. Maintenance is the key factor in keeping your commercial or industrial air conditioner running at its best.

Benefits of commercial air conditioning maintenance

Maintenance is critical to the performance of your commercial air conditioning system. Some of the benefits are:

Lowering your electric bill
Increase the life of your unit
Identifying and preventing potential problems before failure

Importance of using professionals to service your commercial air conditioning system

The most important thing about using certified professionals to maintain your commercial air conditioning system is the knowledge and tools that come with them. Many so-called technicians call themselves experts and pretend to be competent in all areas of air conditioning. Many of them rely on Google to figure out how to fix things. The problem is manufacturers don't publish trade secrets or the more technical things on Google and they offer services and service contracts.
There are computerized controls on the newer models that offer diagnostic information that only a dealer will have access to. This way you can be sure that a certified engineer with the right tools will be able to out-diagnose problems before failure versus the "technician" who waits for something to go wrong then recommend a replacement of an entire component when only a chip might need replacing. Also replacement parts are usually maintained for units under contract and are in stock and replaced before it fails versus, being out of air conditioning, waiting for the parts to arrive.

Our maintenance contracts cover all of these things and more:
Inspect and Maintain critical components:
Cleans coils , blower components, drain pipes, electrical components and check lubricants.

Verify correct refrigerant levels:
Ensure system is running efficiently and prevent compressor damage

Verification of optimal performance from computerized components

Locate and repair ductwork leaks
Prevent and eliminate any air leaking from ductwork reducing electric costs and ensuring desired comfort levels

Prevent damage and causes for repair
Preventative maintenance allows us to schedule downtime and repair problems before they even happen keeping you up and running 24/7

Gree Commercial Installation

Here are a few things 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, we 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, a commercial air conditioner replacement may be in order.
  • Lower energy bills – Depending on the age of your current system and its Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio or “SEER” rating, upgrading to a newer system could save you 20% to 40% on cooling costs. While older systems typically have a SEER rating of 6 or less, today’s systems have a minimum SEER rating of 13.
  • Improved comfort – Newer systems do a better job of controlling temperature and humidity, improving air quality.
  • Environmentally friendly – Less energy consumption reduces your carbon footprint, and newer systems utilize R-410A, a more environmentally friendly refrigerant.
  • Warranty – Newer units come with a warranty, which can help you save if repairs become necessary.
  • R-22 refrigerant phase out – Consider the phase out and resulting high cost of R-22 refrigerant. The United States government and EPA have mandated the phase-out of R-22 refrigerant by 2020 in order to protect the ozone. Because R-22 supplies are further limited each year, the cost of R-22 needed to refill the refrigerant on your older system will continue to rise every year.
  • Your existing system – If you choose a different type of system than the one you are currently using, there may be additional costs associated with commercial air conditioner replacement.
  • 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.