Commercial Air Conditioning



Commercial air conditioning is equipment that would be used in office buildings, hotels, motels, restaurants, etc.


If you're looking for new equipment, thanks for visiting my site, but you need to head to the web site of your favorite air conditioning manufacturer.


If you're looking for guidance on repairing a standard DX unit, our page about Air Conditioning Troubleshooting and our System Evaluation Manual have practical information that will help.


If you're trying to find someone to work on your unit, our page about how to find an air conditioning contractor has some common sense tips you'll find helpful.


What's the best way to keep your air conditioning system running efficiently?


Make sure all of the factory recommended scheduled maintenance is done thoroughly, and on schedule.


Make sure the filters, coils, and blowers are clean.

This contributes to efficient air flow, and efficient cooling.


If it's a chilled water system, and maybe with a water cooled condenser, make sure your water treatment system is working correctly.

This will go a long way toward keeping your cooling towers clean, and your evaporator and condenser heat exchanger water tubes clean.

Clean water towers allow the heat to leave the system efficiently, and clean evaporator and condenser heat exchangers transfer heat out of the building efficiently.

This efficiency helps keep your power bill down.


Contact your commercial air conditioning system's manufacturer for detailed guidance on exactly what maintenance is required.


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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