As a Washington, business owner, you’ll be working extra hard this winter. It’s a busy time for many of us, whether you’re hosting holiday shoppers, assisting clients in the office, or manufacturing goods. No matter the enterprise—you want a commercial heating system that keeps you warm all season.
How Our Experts Can Help
Dr. Cool is your go-to for commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) services. Our highly trained specialists can repair and perform maintenance on any make or model—be it an indoor system or packaged unit. We service commercial furnaces, boilers, and heat pumps. Additionally, we’re pleased to install only the finest heating equipment to meet your workplace needs.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) notes that heating costs make up roughly 25 percent of a commercial building’s energy use. Be sure your equipment gets the care and protection it needs. Schedule a maintenance visit today with our HVAC experts. We’re proud of the many partnerships we’ve formed over the years and we would love to work with you.
Commercial Heating Installation and Replacement
Are high energy bills or frequent repairs impacting your bottom line? It might be more cost-effective to replace your current system. Commercial HVAC units generally last up to 15 years. Upgrading to a high-efficiency heating system could lower your energy bills big time—saving you money in the long term.
If you’re looking for a brand new heating system, our team is ready to make it a reality. Need a replacement? We can help find and install the perfect model for your needs and budget. Building a commercial space? We can work with you to design a heating solution that exceeds your expectations.
Be sure to ask about our flexible financing options to help purchase the system your building deserves.
Is Your Heating System Too Big?
ENERGY STAR® estimates 25 percent of businesses are currently operating with an oversized HVAC unit. An oversized furnace or boiler leads to more frequent cycles that eat away at your monthly utility bills. A Dr. Cool professional can perform an energy audit to ensure your heating and cooling equipment is correctly sized.
Commercial Heating Repair
Busted furnace? No problem. It’s best to act right away if you notice any irregularities with your heating system. Our office is just down the road and ready to assist.
Common Furnace Problems
- Blows cold air
- Makes odd noises
- Produces “spotty” circulation
Common Boiler Problems
- Won’t turn on
- Has low pressure
You can count on our team for fast and reliable commercial heating repair. Our professionals work with all makes and models—we will promptly diagnose the issue and provide an honest estimate before fixing it. We value open communication and will never push services you don’t need. We’re here to help Sumner area businesses flourish.
If something breaks, we work around your schedule. Our team is available 24/7/365 to be there when you need us.
Commercial Heating Maintenance
Keeping your business warm requires a lot from your heating equipment. Preventative maintenance is the best way to extend your equipment’s life, maximize efficiency and prevent pesky repairs. Additionally, you may need regular maintenance to keep your manufacturer’s warranty.
Ideally, you should schedule your appointments every fall. That way, you can be confident that your heating equipment will power through the winter without interruption. It’s essential for the health and safety of your customers, as well as your employees.
Our experts are highly adept at performing check-ups for commercial HVAC. We leave no stone unturned and put safety first. Here are some of the vital maintenance tasks your HVAC specialist will perform:
Your furnace needs close monitoring to protect your business from indoor pollutants. Your specialist will look for cracks or imperfections in areas such as:
- The gas valve
- The heat exchanger
- The pilot light
Additionally, some parts need to be cleaned to preserve efficiency and indoor air quality (IAQ). This includes:
- The blower compartment and wheel
- The burners
- The flame sensor
The water your boiler is using likely contains trace amounts of minerals. Over time, they can accumulate and create deposits. Your specialist will:
- Bleed your boiler
- Inspect for corrosion
- Replace the anode rod (if necessary)
Heat Pump Maintenance
Heat pumps are one of the most cost-effective ways to heat your business—but you must keep up with scheduled maintenance. Your specialist will ensure healthy air and efficiency by doing the following:
- Checking for refrigerant leaks
- Scrubbing coils
- Clearing the condensate drain