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Commercial Air Conditioner Service

Your Air Conditioning system should be the last thing in your mind when running your business.

Cardwell HVAC Heating & Air Conditioning can repair, install, and perform preventative maintenance on your AC unit no matter its size.  We have years of experience working on large, commercial A/C units and all our technicians are licensed and are trained on all types and brands common on office buildings, restaurants, server rooms, and other commercial establishments.

If you are not sure about how much heating or cooling your office needs, we offer free quotes for commercial air conditioning installation. Our highly trained commercial technicians can calculate the exact make and model best for your building based on your air duct system, office hours, and other variables.

Why Choose Us?

We provide full-service commercial air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance.  Our experienced team of experts have undergone the most rigorous technical training in the industry. No matter the issue, we can correctly diagnose the source of the problem and resolve it quickly and affordably.

Commercial Air Conditioner Service Q/A’s:

What does it cost to service a commercial ac unit?
Depending on where you are located, an HVAC contractor may charge an average of $100 to $140 per hour, and preventive maintenance visits usually take one to two hours. Some companies charge flat fees for their service visits, such as $85 to $120 for a tune-up
Commercial HVAC Costs
Installing a commercial HVAC system in a recreational building runs from $17 to $22 per square foot, and in an office building it costs from $15 to $23 per square foot. A commercial HVAC system starts at $4,000.

Maximum Cost: $17,000

National Average Cost: $9,582

Minimum Cost: $2,700           

Average Range: $6,820 to $12,350

How much does a commercial air handler cost?
Air handlers intended for commercial or industrial buildings cost $1,500 to $3,500, compared to $500 to $2,200 for residential models
What's the difference between residential and commercial HVAC?
Commercial Units Are Packaged, Residential Units Are Split

Residential HVAC systems usually consist of two units: an indoor evaporator and an outdoor compressor. In contrast, most commercial systems combine both heating and cooling into a single rooftop air conditioner.

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