When performing commercial air conditioning replacement, we use top-rated equipment with high-efficiency ratings.
Staying on top of maintenance is the best way to prolong the lifespan of various types of equipment in your commercial facility. It’s particularly important to maintain and care for the heating and cooling equipment, which is responsible for maintaining a comfortable indoor atmosphere throughout the changing seasons. But even with the proper care, a commercial air conditioning system won’t last forever. When the time comes to upgrade your unit, our team at Custom Air and Heat Inc. can take care of it for you. We provide commercial air conditioning replacement to clients located throughout the Port St. John, Florida area.
There are a few telltale signs that your unit might be nearing the end of its lifespan and that you’ll soon be in need of commercial air conditioning replacement services. Rising energy bills often point to a decline in efficiency or a system that can no longer keep up with demand. If you notice you’re spending more than usual on cooling costs, the unit might need an upgrade. Another sign is long periods in which the air conditioner never stops running. You could experience issues with indoor comfort, including high temperatures or increasing humidity in the air, or notice that the unit is operating more loudly than usual.
If you notice any of these warning signs, reach out to our team to schedule a consultation. We’ll assess your system, looking at its performance, efficiency rating, and age, to determine whether it qualifies for a repair or requires a replacement.
When performing commercial air conditioning replacement, we use top-rated equipment with high-efficiency ratings. You can trust that we’ll do the job right, so contact us today.
At Custom Air and Heat Inc., we offer commercial air conditioning replacement services in Melbourne, Viera, Rockledge, Palm Bay, West Melbourne, Melbourne Beach, Indialantic, Indian Harbour Beach, Satellite Beach, Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, Port St. John, and Merritt Island, Florida.