Why would you have appreciated the Bard HVAC units I've worked on?

As a technician, I was happy to find that they're designed with good access to the fans, blowers, controls, coils, and compressors.

The result is that repairs and maintenance can be done efficiently, which saves the technician time, and in turn saves the owner money.

It also seemed to me that all the components were top quality, and that the quality control of Bard's manufacturing process was first class.

With a good maintenance program, I'd expect that the owner of a Bard air conditioning unit could expect an outstanding service life from it.

Please understand.

I get no commission from Bard,
I'm not employed by Bard or one of their distributors,
and I'm not trying to sell Bard equipment.

I was simply impressed by the ruggedness and quality of the units I worked on, and if I needed an air conditioning unit for a building similar to the ones I've seen their equipment installed on, Bard would be at the top of my list.

I hope this page has helped, and please, feel free to contact us with any specific HVAC questions you might have, including questions about air conditioning on Guam, or refrigeration on Guam.

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