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Optimize Your Commercial Space with Cutting-Edge HVAC Systems

HVAC is an acronym used in the contractors industry, meaning Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. HVAC systems are the backbone for creating comfortable, functional, and sanitary indoor environments within commercial properties. These systems are very complex but seen as simple units. These sophisticated systems work to regulate temperature, control humidity, and ensure proper air circulation within buildings.

 

The complete understanding of these systems is easier said than done! This field requires significant knowledge of Thermodynamic Laws, Load calculations, Math skills, Equipment selection, understanding of chemistry, component selection, Electrical, Electronics, Direct Digital Controls (DDC), Plumbing, Metal Fabricating, Properties of Air as a fluid, Water as a fluid, etc. The list goes on to design, build, retrofit, and fix HVAC systems, which we know how to do very well.

 

The involvement of these systems starts with the customers’ needs, whether a restaurant, commercial offices, Hospitality Hotels, pharmaceutical manufacturing, school, government building, supermarket, etc., that will determine the type of equipment required to control and achieve desired controlled conditioning weather Heating, ventilation, or air conditioning.

For commercial properties, the importance of a well-functioning HVAC system cannot be overstated. Beyond simply providing comfort, a properly designed and maintained HVAC system contributes significantly to the overall efficiency, productivity, and safety of the space. It ensures that occupants can work, shop, or conduct business in an environment that is conducive to their needs, leading to increased satisfaction and productivity.

 

Moreover, a well-maintained HVAC system plays a crucial role in energy efficiency and safety. Properly designed and maintained equipment efficiently heats, cools, and ventilates commercial spaces. Routine maintenance helps reduce energy consumption and associated costs by preventing equipment from overworking and experiencing excessive wear and tear. Additionally, well-maintained HVAC systems contribute to sustainability efforts by minimizing the carbon footprint of buildings and ensuring compliance with environmental regulations.

 

In summary, HVAC systems are essential for creating safe, comfortable, healthy, and energy-efficient indoor environments in commercial properties. Investing in the proper design tailored to your needs, installation, and routine maintenance of these systems is critical for businesses looking to optimize their operational reliability, efficiency, and provide an optimal environment for occupants.

KEY COMPONENTS OF HVAC SYSTEMS:

Heating systems consist of several integral components that work together to maintain indoor environments Temperature, Humidity and keep them Safe.

HEATING:

VENTILATION:

Air ducts interconnect, Filtration systems, Air conditioning systems, and fresh air. To a good contracting company, they are sophisticated; they will deliver the “proper” amount of air, and depending on what that air contains or its location also plays a factor in the type of ductwork to be used, such as Galvanized, stainless steel, Flex duct, etc. If it’s high velocity or standard, taking everything into consideration, they may and more likely have valves to control the flow of the air either off, on, or partially open into different rooms with digital controls. You can start seeing how something that looks like a simple duct is actually more complex than it looks, and we can design a solid ductwork system to meet your needs.

Similar to the exhaust fans in your house located in the restrooms, exhaust fans in commercial buildings are used for removing fumes, stale air, cooking air, etc. The removal of air by exhaust fans MUST be calculated, as you can put the room or building into what’s called negative pressure, which would cause problems such as making it difficult to open doors to the building because you have to overcome that negative pressure. Additionally, allowing too much outside air in would create excessive dust buildup in the rooms or building, also increasing air conditioning run times as too much unconditioned air is being forced in, causing higher utility bills. It goes without saying that a good exhaust fan is selected AFTER the client’s needs are known. Then, we can do a calculation that tells us how many air changes per hour are required. Air changes refer to how many times the air in that room or building needs to be changed for new conditioned fresh air. If there are too few air changes and the exhaust fan’s air changes are too slow, then you could get increased Carbon Monoxide, which comes from burning fuels such as gas, propane, car exhaust, or Carbon Dioxide, which comes from people exhaling air. Too much of either can cause health problems such as headaches, nausea, or sickness depending on concentration levels. These levels can be found in gyms, enclosed buildings with large groups, offices, etc. Exhaust fans are important and MUST be calculated and designed correctly, something we can do. AC units have economizers which operate by opening and closing depending on Carbon Dioxide levels, as there is starting to be a mandate for the installation of such systems for the previously mentioned reasons.

Heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV) are important and similar. When you bring fresh air inside your building, it comes in with the moisture and temperature that are outside. For example, if you’re keeping your building at 75°F and the outside temperature is 100°F, that means you are bringing in fresh air from outside that is hotter than the air temperature you’re trying to maintain. This makes your AC work harder as it needs to cool that 100°F air down to 75°F, wasting energy. Here is where a Heat Recovery Ventilation system comes in. They have different efficiency levels, but they all work the same since you’re bringing air in, the building’s air has to come out also. An HRV system takes the 75°F cold air and transfers that temperature into the 100°F outside air that’s coming in. Not all of the 100°F air will come in at 75°F; once that energy is transferred, it will be somewhere around 80°F. But it’s much easier for an air conditioning system to cool down 80°F to 75°F than it would be to cool down 100°F all the way to 75°F, thus saving on energy bills. These units also need to be calculated for use, and that is something we can do. Now that you know how a heat recovery ventilation works, an Energy Recovery Ventilation does the same function but also transfers the moisture from the air. It’s usually used in more humid climates, while the Energy Recovery System is used in drier climates.

A standard comfortable indoor air temperature in a building, on average, is roughly 75°F, with humidity ideally between 40% to 50%. A humidifier adds moisture to the air, while a dehumidifier removes it. It’s important to have a humidifier or dehumidifier system in place where humidity levels exceed 50% or fall below 40%, such as in hospitals, spas, or for specific applications like labs, or where a person has a medical condition. If it’s too dry, problems like itchy eyes, dry skin, respiratory problems, and drying out of wood can occur. Too much humidity can lead to sweating, mold growth, bacteria and virus growth, among other issues. Other places and items that require special humidity control include meat markets, fish displays, vegetables, and places with large pools such as schools, YMCA’s, and grow houses.

For proper design of humidity control systems, contact us.

Your air conditioning system is NOT designed from the factory to be an Air Filtration System. It’s designed to cool, heat, and dehumidify the air, not filter it. The purpose of a filter from the factory is to filter dirt and other larger particles out from clinging into the Evaporator coil, which is the part that gets cold and cools your air. However, you CAN design a duct system that CAN handle a more restrictive type of air filter that will stop small particles from circulating around your building. Air Filters & Air Filter Systems are not well understood by the general public. MOST AC SYSTEMS DO NOT deliver their rated capacity. In other words, a 5 TON system usually doesn’t deliver its Rated 5 TON capacity into the building, especially if the system has too much of a restrictive air filter, among other factors such as return or supply ductwork being too small, ductwork air leakage not making it into the conditioned space, etc., causing high amounts of wasted energy bills. The type of filter to be used for the client’s needs needs to be designed and calculated so that there is enough surface area where air can get through and not stop airflow, allowing the air conditioning system to deliver its RATED air capacity by the manufacturer. It’s sort of like putting a partial board over your car’s intake air and stalling it. The more pollutants that filter is able to stop, the more weaves there are to that filter, the smaller the micro holes are in that filter, the less the air can get by. The more that board is closing that car air intake until that car can no longer deliver its Manufacturer-rated horsepower. The same goes for AC systems; the more restrictive, the less they are able to deliver the AC rated Tonnage capacity. We can calculate & design a good filtration system, whether it’s HEPA rated, and you’re trying to clean or purify the air; we can do it.

AIR CONDITIONING:

– Package units (also known as Rooftop units)

– Split Air Conditioning systems
– Ductless Split systems (also known as Ductless mini-split)
– VRF Systems (Variable Refrigerant Flow)

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Basic Split HVAC System Info-graphic

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TYPES OF COMMERCIAL HVAC SYSTEMS:

Commercial properties require efficient and reliable HVAC systems tailored to their specific needs. Several types of HVAC systems are commonly used in commercial settings, each offering unique advantages and suitability for different building types or sizes.

AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS:

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Air Cooled Air Conditioners:

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Water Cooled Air Conditioners:

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Chiller Systems (Water Cooled):

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Chiller Systems (Air Cooled):

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Cooling Towers:

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Split Air Conditioning and Heat Pump:

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Packaged Rooftop Units (RTUs):

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Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHP):

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Ductless Split Air Conditioners (Mini-Split):

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VRF and VRV Systems:

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Heating Systems:

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Heat Pumps (AIR COOLED):

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Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHP):

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Gas Furnace:

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VENTILATION & DUCTWORK SYSTEMS:

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Ventilation:

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Ductwork:

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AIR PURIFICATION, AIR CLEANER, AND AIR QUALITY TESTING:

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Air Purification:

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Air Cleaner (HEPA vs Standard):

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Testing the Air Quality:

Understanding the differences between these types of commercial HVAC systems is essential for selecting the most suitable option for a specific building type, size, and usage requirements. Our HVAC professionals can help you determine the best system for optimizing comfort, energy efficiency, and overall performance.

BENEFITS OF UPGRADING OR INSTALLING COMMERCIAL HVAC SYSTEMS:

Upgrading or installing new HVAC systems in commercial properties offers a myriad of benefits that contribute to improved comfort, efficiency, and overall building performance.

Improved Energy Efficiency:

Enhanced Indoor Air Quality:

Cost Savings on Utility Bills:

Compliance with Environmental Regulations:

Increased Property Value:

SCHEDULE YOUR CONSULTATION TODAY AND LET’S DISCUSS YOUR HVAC & REFRIGERATION NEEDS!

When you select a time and date for your appointment, we’ll give you a call to verify the appointment or reschedule if the selected time is not available.

OUR SERVICES:

At americancoolheatair, we pride ourselves on offering comprehensive HVAC solutions tailored to the unique needs of our commercial clients. With our extensive experience and commitment to excellence, we provide a wide range of services to ensure optimal comfort, efficiency, and reliability of your HVAC systems.

COMMERCIAL HVAC INSTALLATION

At our company, we understand that every business is unique, which is why we tailor our HVAC installations to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re setting up a new system or upgrading an existing one, our goal is to provide you with a solution that maximizes comfort and efficiency. We take the time to assess your space and customize our approach to ensure optimal performance. With the latest technology and smart thermostats, you’ll have greater control over your HVAC system, even from remote locations. Trust us to design and install a system that’s perfect for your business, delivering comfort, energy savings, and peace of mind.

COMMERCIAL HVAC REPAIRS

When commercial HVAC systems encounter issues, prompt and reliable repairs are crucial to minimize disruptions to business operations. Our team of experienced technicians specializes in providing dependable commercial HVAC repair services tailored to meet specific needs. We prioritize timely responses and efficient solutions, with thorough diagnostics and expert troubleshooting to quickly identify the root cause of problems. Count on us for high-quality repairs with minimal downtime, ensuring smooth business operations.

COMMERCIAL HVAC MAINTENANCE

Our approach to commercial HVAC maintenance is all about personalized service, energy efficiency, and equipment longevity. We provide tailored maintenance plans designed to optimize system performance and extend the lifespan of your equipment. Our experienced technicians conduct thorough assessments to identify potential issues early, reducing the risk of breakdowns and repair costs. By maintaining your equipment regularly, you can enjoy better energy efficiency and fewer disruptions to your business operations.

EXPERTISE IN COMMERCIAL HVAC:

Choosing the Right HVAC Contractor

When selecting an HVAC contractor for your commercial needs in Los Angeles, its surrounding areas & Coachella Valley, it’s crucial to consider both certifications and experience to ensure the highest standards of service and expertise.

 

Certifications and Experience

 

Our team holds certifications and licenses that affirm our commitment to excellence in HVAC services:

NCI 300

NATIONAL COMFORT INSTITUTE

Certifications

Duct system optimization specialist
cert# 18-306-03

Air balancing residential
cert# 18-311-02

System performance commercial
cert# 19-002-09

Certified economizer specialist
cert# 19-003-04

Carbon monoxide and combustion analyzation
cert# 19-106-07

Contractor State License Board

CONTRACTOR STATE LICENSE BOARD

License: C20 & C38 #1031858

Why Choose Us for Your HVAC needs?

Choosing American Cool Heat Air & Commercial Refrigeration means opting for a contractor whose qualifications go beyond the basic requirements. Our extensive certifications and profound experience allow us to tackle any HVAC challenge with precision and professionalism. We have a proven track record of successful installations and maintenance services in commercial settings, ensuring that our clients receive the most reliable and efficient HVAC solutions available. Trust us to enhance the comfort and energy efficiency of your business environment.

By choosing us, you benefit from a partner that not only understands the technical requirements of commercial HVAC systems but also values safety and energy efficiency. 

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Contact us today to discuss your HVAC needs and how we can bring our certified expertise to your project.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

O'Caine's Public House
O’Caine’s Public House
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William and his crew came to our rescue. They designed a plan to tackle our problem, and then took care of business! Fantastic job. We won’t hesitate to call them the next time a problem pops up.
Kimberly Guzman
Kimberly Guzman
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I run a restaurant, bakery and deli. We have 3 large walk in refrigerators, 2 freezers and about 10 other refrigerated units. It’s a big operation and I have used several companies over the years. I came across American Cool Heat & commercial refrigeration about 4 years ago. They are the most thorough and honest company I have worked with in 19 years of operation. I love that they warranty their work and explain everything to me. The owner, William, had me go on the roof with him to check out our refrigeration rack and explain each part, I made videos for reference. Our equipment was out dated and needed to be serviced. He showed me several areas where poor work had been done by other companies. His techs are friendly, efficient and professionally trained, I never have to guess or ask questions, they always clearly explain everything to me and give me some options depending on the job. They are replacing a defrost timer and condensing fan in my walk in freezer today. Whenever I call for service, they come the same day- even emergencies on weekends. Can’t say enough good things about this company. Ask for William!
Nick Pascual
Nick Pascual
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great services they explain everything to me and give me some options depending on the job. They are replacing a defrost timer and condensing fan in my walk thank u
Jimmy McGill
Jimmy McGill
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We have a large business in Palm Springs. William and his team came highly recommended. From day one, they did the impossible. This includes rebuilding a 20-ton HVAC unit on our roof that was written off by other companies. Competitors wanted to remove it which included a crane, insurances, and of course the replacement cost. William, Frank, and the team assessed the unit, and gave us a 90% success rate on a repair vs. a replacement. They succeeded. From then on, they’ve handled all or our equipment… on time, up front, and always professional.
Kelli Lam
Kelli Lam
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I can not rave enough about the promptness, cleanliness, and the trust that I have with this company. The employee explained everything from start to finish. I used them multiple times and the professionalism is consistent. I admire the work ethic and integrity. I refer this company to everybody I know!! You will not be disappointed!
beth karcher
beth karcher
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William and his team have gone above and beyond. They are on time, professional, and always in contact with me to keep me updated. They have done AC installs, repairs, and refrigeration work for us and get the job done in a timely manner. I use them on a regular basis and wouldn’t call anyone else.
Elizabeth Carr
Elizabeth Carr
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I have used American several times for work on refrigerators and our ice machine. I wouldn’t use anyone else. They are prompt, courteous, skilled and reasonable. I have been in business for over 30 years and to find a service business this good is wonderful.
Dee Dee Kalisvaart
Dee Dee Kalisvaart
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American CoolHeat Air & Commercial Refrigeration is a service we’ve used twice now. Their technicians were very courteous, respectful and were sensitive to the needs of my 91-year old mother, who is on a fixed income.They arrived promptly, worked for hours and hours on our AC in the heat. I appreciate their honesty and willingness to go the extra mile. What’s even nicer is they always say, “God bless you.” before they hang up the phone. That alone will assure that they will continue to get our business!
Bill Pomales
Bill Pomales
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William did a great job. Explained everything from start to finish so that I understood all that was happening along with all costs s there was no surprise. I will recommend William and American to anyone who needs them
vincente castaneda
vincente castaneda
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Great company they come in do a professional job and do great thorough work and have your system up and running the right way
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EXTENSIVE SERVICE COVERAGE FOR COMMERCIAL HVAC & REFRIGERATION SOLUTIONS

No Commercial HVAC or Refrigeration job is too small or too far for us. While our primary branches are located in Palm Desert and Rancho Cucamonga, California, we’re dedicated to reaching customers wherever they are in need.

Proudly serving cities across California, including Indio, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Bermuda Dunes, Thousand Palms, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, and extending to Los Angeles and beyond. Your satisfaction is our priority, no matter the distance or scale of the project.

EXTENSIVE SERVICE COVERAGE FOR COMMERCIAL HVAC & REFRIGERATION SOLUTIONS
Common Questions about Commercial HVAC Systems

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

The ideal HVAC system depends on various factors such as the size and layout of your building, your specific heating and cooling needs, budget considerations, and energy efficiency goals. Our experts can assess your requirements and recommend the most suitable system for your business.
Energy efficiency is crucial for reducing operating costs and environmental impact. Upgrading to energy-efficient equipment, implementing regular maintenance schedules, optimizing thermostat settings, and improving insulation and sealing of ductwork are some effective strategies for enhancing energy efficiency. Our team can provide tailored solutions to optimize the performance of your HVAC system.
Regular maintenance is essential for preserving the efficiency and reliability of your HVAC system. Tasks such as cleaning or replacing air filters, inspecting and cleaning ductwork, lubricating moving parts, checking refrigerant levels, and calibrating thermostat settings should be performed regularly. Our technicians can create a customized maintenance plan to keep your HVAC system running smoothly.
Indoor air quality is critical for occupant health, comfort, and productivity. Installing high-efficiency air filters, implementing proper ventilation strategies, and incorporating air purification technologies such as UV germicidal lamps or HEPA filters can help remove pollutants, allergens, and contaminants from the air. Our team can assess your indoor air quality needs and recommend appropriate solutions to enhance air quality in your building.
Upgrading to a newer HVAC system offers numerous benefits, including improved energy efficiency, enhanced indoor comfort, reduced operating costs, compliance with environmental regulations, and increased property value. Newer systems incorporate advanced technologies and features that provide better performance, reliability, and control over heating and cooling operations. Our experts can guide you through the process of selecting and installing the right HVAC system to maximize the benefits for your business.

AMERICAN COOL HEAT AIR BRANCHES

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PALM DESERT, CA

77564 Country Club Dr. #142,
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA

11175 Azusa Court, Suite 110,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730