Need Chillers or Cooling Towers Installed?

Chillers and chilling towers are invaluable in the storing and selling of multiple frozen products over the course of weeks to months. If you are looking for a long-term investment in your products and managing your sales, then you are going to need chillers and cooling towers.

However, owning, operating, and maintaining these devices are easier said than done. You need to have a competent business working with you to have all of these devices running seamlessly.

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Chiller Inspection

If you already own a chiller and are reporting problems for it, we can do a comprehensive inspection of it easily. The common problems that happen with a chiller are leaking condensation, the refrigerant being low or leaking and electrical shortages. 

Chiller Repair

Once the inspection is complete, we can begin to fix the chiller. The chiller will have any of the following problems listed above, and they can be as simple as refilling the refrigerant or switching out the electrical wiring.

Chiller Installation

But if there is a fatal problem with the chiller or if you are looking to get a chiller freshly installed, it’s a different service all it’s own. First, we need to inspect the area to ensure it is ready for usage and from there we will work to install it quickly and test to ensure all the wires and tubes work perfectly.

Would You Like to Know More?

We have a simple mission, to become the best provider of HVAC services in the major metropolitan area. We have been working nonstop, providing excellent customer service at competitive prices. If you would like to know more about our services and our track record in your city, give us a call today!


Eric Thomas

“They were very prompt, and educated us on all the options without any upsell, did a superb job on the installation, all at a very fair price.”

Eric Thomas

“They got the repair done right in record time the first time, but also was friendly, knowledgeable and went above and beyond.”

Becky Smitters