Preventative Maintenance Contracts
We encourage our clients to implement maintenance programs because we see that businesses that take a proactive approach to maintaining their equipment, prevent costly breakdowns and frustrating downtime.
Regular maintenance of your building's heating and cooling units has been proven to reduce overall operating costs and increase comfort levels in the building.
We offer our clients maintenance on a schedule that fits their individual mechanical usage.
Certified Class A Gasfitters
We are licensed to install, test, maintain and repair natural gas lines, appliances, equipment and accessories in residential and commercial premises, including the largest natural gas equipment available. Experienced at fixing and installing chillers in the winery, brewery and food processing industries, Make up Air, Exhaust Fans, and Packaged Rooftop Units.
Commercial Boiler Repair or Replacement
Maintenance and installation of gas fired commercial boilers.
Indoor Air Flow Testing and Adjustment
Uneven temperature in your office or commercial space can be rectified with the proper building and space analysis.
Packaged Rooftop Units
Most people are unaware of what a packaged rooftop unit is. It consists of a heating and cooling system in one, these units are commonly used in both small and large commercial spaces. Hair salons, offices, retail shops and restaurants.
Make Up Air Units (aka MUA)
These units are designed to work together with exhaust fans. They bring outside air into a building to replace the air that is being pulled out of the building by the exhaust fan. The Make up air also heats or cools the fresh air that is coming into the building. These units are commonly found in restaurant kitchens, condo buildings, automotive paint booths; wherever a lot of air is being pulled out of the space.
Another common place that make up air units are found is in commercial apartment buildings or condos. These provide a slightly different role, as they are put in place to provide positive pressure in the hallways as a safety precaution in case of a fire. By keeping the hallways pressurized in the event of a fire smoke will, in theory, be kept in the suite where the fire originates and provide safe passage to exit the building.