Commercial Heating And Air Conditioning

Your Commercial HVAC Solution

Since 1958, we have been the best Commercial Heating And Air Conditioning company in the Memphis area.

Why Choate's Should Be Your Commercial HVAC Team

Competitive Service Rates

Reliable 24/7 Service

Contracting Solutions

Service For Most HVAC Systems

Commercial HVAC System Replacements

Project Development And Consulting

What You Need to Know About Preventative Maintenance for Commercial HVAC Systems

If you’ve ever had to replace an HVAC system in your home, you know it isn’t cheap. Now, imagine replacing an HVAC system for an office. If you’re seeing dollar signs, you’re right. Fortunately, a lot of the costly repairs on HVAC systems- commercial and residential alike--can be prevented with regular maintenance.

Because HVAC systems account for so much of your business’s energy costs, it’s important that they’re performing as well as possible. Preventative maintenance will increase their energy efficiency so you can ensure you’re getting the biggest bang for your buck.

Commercial HVAC Services

Refrigeration

Coolers, Freezers, Ice Makers, Water Fountains, and Soda Fountains

Air Conditioning

Roof Top Units and Package Units, Split Systems, Air Handler Units, Fan Coil Units, Exhaust Fans, Make-Up Air Units, Select Chillers, Server and Telecom Room Units and VAV’s

Heating

Boilers, Furnaces, Hanging heaters, Electric Heaters

Ventilation

Make-Up Air Units (MAU), Energy Recovery Units (ERU), Exhaust Fans, Dehumidification, Air Handler Units, Fan Coil Units, and Air Turnover Units

Maintenance

In a business you have enough to worry about without air conditioning and heating failures. Choate’s offers preventative maintenance plans to keep your business running the way it should. Choate’s would be happy to tailor a custom maintenance plan for your business.

Custom Sheet Metal Shop

Need something custom-built for your business? We can create whatever you need in our in-house custom metal shop.

Questions To Ask Your New Commercial HVAC Company

1. Are You Licensed, Insured, and Bonded?

This is one of the most important questions to ask a potential commercial HVAC company, but you’d be surprised how often people forget to ask. Licensed HVAC technicians are backed by knowledge, experience, and training. Working on HVAC systems takes a good deal of skill so be sure your technician has the proper training to take on the job.

Any HVAC company you hire should be bonded and carry insurance for your area. Accidents do happen on the job, and you want to make sure your HVAC company’s insurance foots the bill if something occurs. Contractors and companies that fail to provide the proper credentials and insurance are not worth the risk.


2. Have You Worked with a System Like Mine Before?

HVAC systems are not one-size-fits all. Make sure your HVAC company has experience with systems like our own. Ask for references and follow up with them to determine how well they service and repair similar systems. You may also ask for recommendations about improving your system’s performance to gauge their level of knowledge.

Any HVAC company you hire should be bonded and carry insurance for your area. Accidents do happen on the job, and you want to make sure your HVAC company’s insurance foots the bill if something occurs. Contractors and companies that fail to provide the proper credentials and insurance are not worth the risk.


3. Who Will Be My Point of Contact?

You’ve probably got plenty of other things on your plate beside your HVAC system. You shouldn’t have to try to chase down your HVAC company to discuss its performance and maintenance issues. Find out if your company will keep you up-to-date on any repairs or services performed.

If your Commercial HVAC company is hard to get in touch with, fails to follow up, or are no-shows, it’s time to find one that truly deserves your business!


4. What Types of Equipment and Brands Do You Install, Service, and Warranty?

You’ll not only need an HVAC company that’s familiar with your system, but also one that can provide services for any preferred brands you may have. Inquire about the equipment they sell, install, and service before you decide to hire them.

Any HVAC company you hire should be bonded and carry insurance for your area. Accidents do happen on the job, and you want to make sure your HVAC company’s insurance foots the bill if something occurs. Contractors and companies that fail to provide the proper credentials and insurance are not worth the risk.


5. Will You Make Sure My HVAC System Meets Code Requirements?

Your HVAC company should review the installation of your commercial HVAC system during maintenance to make sure it meets code requirements.

6. What are Your Payment Terms?

You likely have preferred methods of payment and payment terms within your business. Find out what the company offers as far as payment terms, deposits, and credit checks. Your accounting department will thank you!

Commercial HVAC FAQs

We have experience installing numerous commercial air conditioning and heating systems. With our in-house sheet metal shop we can customize any job to your need. If you want a company who is willing to work with you in determining the best solution, then you’ve come to the right place!

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