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Why Modular Air Conditioning Is Great for Commercial Spaces

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

rooftop-hvac-unitsCommercial HVAC systems have the same standard foundation as residential HVAC systems, but they need different methods to deliver air conditioning because their performance happens on a much larger scale. A modular rooftop unit might be the best choice for your business. Modular systems feature multiple units mounted on the roof of a building out of sight. These units work together to cool a space. Contact our experienced team at Comfort Flow Heating for the best commercial HVAC in Salem, OR.

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Is It Time for a New Commercial Boiler?

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

commercial-boilerDoes your commercial space use a boiler to provide comfort in winter, or to keep the building’s climate at a temperature necessary for work? If so, you can’t afford to allow the boiler to run and run until it finally breaks down on you one day and won’t come back on. To prevent this, make sure to keep an eye on its performance—and be sure the building manager knows to as well—so you can call our technicians to arrange for putting in a new boiler before the old one fails.

We’ll look a bit further into the indications that you’re coming near the point where repairs alone aren’t enough and it will be time for a replacement for your commercial boiler in Eugene, OR, or wherever you are in the state. Here are the major signs to watch for.

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Prepare Your Business for Winter with Fall Heating Maintenance

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

covered-commercial-hvac-fansAlthough Oregon doesn’t experience winters as extreme as a number of other parts of the country, powerful heating systems are still a necessity to help us get through the cold months. This applies to businesses and homes, but with homes at least there is a bit of leeway should something disastrous happen to the heating system. The only people affected are the residents of house, who can bundle up until repair professionals arrive.

But loss of heating in a business almost certainly means loss of revenue and often a complete closure of operations. Heating for businesses sometimes isn’t only about the comfort of the people inside; maintaining proper temperature also protects equipment.

If you are a business owner in Oregon, you want to ensure your various heating systems in your building are ready to take on the stress of the coming winter. The best way to do this is to arrange for commercial heating maintenance in Eugene, OR or elsewhere in the state with our professionals. We offer special commercial HVAC maintenance plans to make the process simple for you, and to cover all your HVAC needs for the entire year, not just the winter.

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Commercial HVAC Air Conditioning Tonnage and What It Means

Monday, July 10th, 2017

rooftop-hvac-unitsIf you own or operate a business, proper environmental controls are essential. This not only provides comfort for employees, customers, tenants, clients, etc., but it also protects equipment and helps process. This is most important during winter and summer when we experience temperature extremes.

We’re in the deeps of summer right now, and you might be facing a commercial AC that isn’t handling the job as well as it should. It either needs to be replaced or have more units added (if you have a modular system like most rooftop units). Whether it’s a replacement or an expansion, the key factor you need to know about a commercial HVAC unit is its tonnage. What does that mean?

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Sign Up for Commercial HVAC Maintenance with Us

Monday, April 17th, 2017

serviving-three-rooftop-unitsDuring spring is the time when we emphasize to our customers how vital regular HVAC maintenance is. Preparing for the approaching hot weather with an inspection and tune-up for the air conditioning system is the essential way to prevent repair troubles, energy waste, and shortened equipment life.

This maintenance isn’t only for homeowners. It’s doubly important for a commercial space, no matter its size or function. Proper air conditioning not only handles comfort for employees, customers, clientele, tenants, etc. but is key to protecting equipment from overheating and helping with process. Where a home only needs worry about the comfort of a few people, a business must concern itself with the comfort of many—and that includes many of the machines inside.

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Now Is a Great Time to Sign Up for Our Commercial Maintenance Plan

Monday, October 31st, 2016

We’re now moving into November, and that means that the winter is coming very soon. If you haven’t yet scheduled regular maintenance for your commercial HVAC system, now is the best time to get it done. You want this important service completed before the serious cold weather strikes and we settle in for another winter season.

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What Exactly Makes a Packaged AC Different from Other Air Conditioners?

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Along with residential heating and air conditioning services, our technicians work extensively with commercial HVAC. Among commercial cooling systems, packaged air conditioning units are by far the most common. Homes are usually outfitted with what are called split systems, or in some cases mini split systems that don’t use ductwork. If you’re curious what makes a packaged air conditioning unit different from the split systems found in in homes, we’ve provided a short explanation below.

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How to Tell You Need Commercial Air Conditioning Repairs

Monday, June 6th, 2016

As we move into the summer season, your business will start to rely on its air conditioning system more and more to keep employees and clientele comfortable and happy during business hours. The last thing you want to happen during one of the hottest days of the year—or even on a moderately hot day—is to have your AC give out on you and leave your business unpleasantly warm.

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Why You Should Consider a Commercial Boiler Installation

Monday, January 25th, 2016

When it comes to providing warmth for a business, the most common type of system is a packaged rooftop heat pump. There are many reasons why the packaged rooftop unit is so popular for commercial use. However, this popularity sometimes overwhelms consideration of the other alternatives available.

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Do You Need to Replace Your Commercial Heater?

Monday, December 14th, 2015

In the middle of the holiday season, the last thing you want to think about is replacing your commercial heating system. However, the alternative may be having no heat at all, and this kind of situation could potentially shut your business down. Not sure if your commercial heating system needs repair or replacement? Let us help you with the following information:

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