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Commercial Heating & Cooling

When it comes to heating, cooling, and improving your business’ airflow, you can always count on Apex Air. As your local commercial HVAC contractor, we have extensive knowledge of large commercial HVAC systems. We provide a variety of HVAC services, including installations, repairs, and maintenance programs for all of the HVAC units in your commercial space. To keep your commercial building comfortable year-round, give Apex Air a call today. We look forward to being your heating and cooling specialist.

Commercial Air Conditioning Installation

When the temperatures rise, you’ll want to make sure your building is cool and comfortable. If you need a new air conditioning system or repair, contact Apex Air.

Commercial Ductless Heat Pump Installation

If you’re looking for a highly energy-efficient way to heat and cool your space, commercial ductless heat pumps are the way to go. Ductless heat pumps or mini-splits provide you with instant cooling and heating and zoning controls for each room.

HVAC Design

Apex Air provides you with a single resource for every aspect of your HVAC design. We take pride in our ability to design and build custom HVAC systems to match the specific needs of our customers.

Commercial HVAC Installation

Here in the Pacific Northwest, we experience a wide range of temperatures, so you’ll want a high-quality HVAC system powerful enough to provide your staff and customers with a comfortable environment all year-round.

Commercial Package Unit Installation

Package units also called rooftop units, provide buildings with a comfortable indoor environment throughout the year, without unsightly, bulky equipment in sight.

Commercial Thermostat Installation

As a business owner, the last thing you want to worry about is your HVAC system, and with a programmable thermostat, you won’t have to.

HVAC Property Maintenance

If you’re a property manager looking for a reputable HVAC company that is licensed and qualified to handle your property’s heating and cooling services, contact Apex Air.

New Construction HVAC Installation

Your HVAC system is an investment and something you’ll rely on for your future comfort. Whether you’re having a new office, shopping center, or housing development constructed, you’ll want a certified and trained professional, like Apex Air.

Bryant Heating and Air Conditioning

At Apex Air, we’re Bryant® Factory Authorized Dealers. Since its founding in 1904, Bryant® has been an industry leader in the heating and air conditioning industry. The company provides various, high-performance, energy-efficient air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, humidifiers, thermostats, and more. Everything you need to make your home comfortable and safe. They really strive to deliver the best products to meet your needs above else.

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Commercial HVAC FAQs

Most commercial HVAC will last between 10 and 15 years. It’s important to note, however, that the lifespan of your system will depend on factors such as daily volume and maintenance schedule.

A great maintenance routine will keep your HVAC system running smoothly each season while preventing premature breakdowns. Thankfully, you don’t have to spend hours upon hours caring for your unit – a little bit of effort goes a long way. To keep your HVAC system in good shape long-term, follow these maintenance tips:

  • Change your air filters regularly: If your air filters are dirty and clogged, your system won’t perform optimally and it may end up malfunctioning. At least once per quarter, you should wash or replace your air filters. 
  • Perform routine visual inspections: When you change your air filters, take a few seconds to visually examine your unit. Look for signs of damage, disconnected lines, dirt and grime, or other symptoms of a bigger problem. 
  • Clean out your drainage lines: The drainage lines are designed to carry condensation to a collection tray. With the amount of moisture that passes through them, the lines and tray may develop algae, mold, or other buildup. This will need to be regularly removed to prevent a blockage.
  • Clean the AC evaporator and condenser coils: As air circulates over the evaporator and condenser coils, it may deposit dirt and other contaminants. A buildup could significantly impact the efficiency of your unit, so you should clean them at least once per year.
  • Invest in professional services: A professional should inspect and recalibrate your system at least twice per year. This step is crucial to the overall health and performance of your system, and the technician will be able to handle any maintenance that your unit needs.

If you want to extend the lifespan of your HVAC system with an effortless maintenance plan, consider getting an HVAC maintenance service agreement with Apex Air. Our experienced technicians can take care of everything from appointment scheduling to inspections, cleaning, and repairs. We’ll take the guesswork out of commercial HVAC care so you can enjoy the comfort of a perfectly calibrated system all year long.

Generally speaking, a commercial HVAC system should be serviced by a professional at least twice a year. We recommend scheduling a maintenance visit in the spring and fall to ensure everything is in optimal condition for the extreme temperatures of summer and winter. During your appointment, a skilled technician will perform regular upkeep and examine your unit to screen for any possible issues. 

As a business owner, you’ve got a lot on your plate and it can be easy to forget to schedule a couple of annual appointments. So, let us handle your maintenance! Apex Air offers HVAC maintenance service agreements to make HVAC care easy and automatic. From routine checkups to repairs and deep cleaning, we can handle everything for you.

Most businesses should clean or replace their commercial HVAC filters once every three months. That said, companies in wet climates or areas with low air quality may need more frequent maintenance. You may need to change your HVAC filter more often if you notice signs such as:

  • Dust or dirt around the vents
  • Slow heating or cooling
  • Low or uneven airflow
  • Poor air quality from your unit
  • Discoloration of the filter
  • HVAC is overheating or malfunctioning

More often than not, HVAC problems start small. Catching an issue early on will help you solve the problem before it can significantly impact the performance of your unit. Keep an eye out for these early signs that your commercial HVAC needs repairs:

  • Insufficient or uneven airflow
  • High humidity or low air quality
  • Water leaking from your unit
  • Musty or unpleasant odors
  • Loud or unusual noises 
  • Increasing energy bills

If you notice any of these issues or have other concerns about your HVAC, don’t hesitate to contact the experts at Apex Air! Our team has years of experience and can help you identify the root cause of the malfunction. Once we know what’s wrong, we’ll provide you with a detailed list of recommendations to help you determine the best course of action. We also offer 24/7 emergency repair services, so we are always available when you need us!

Licensed Commercial HVAC Contractor Services

Your commercial HVAC system works hard 24 hours a day to provide you with comfortable and safe air so occasionally it will need maintenance. When you need any service for your commercial heat pump or furnace, you can count on Apex Air to get the job done right. Our service department offers preventive maintenance agreements to help keep your equipment and systems running efficiently and economically, ensuring its maximum life. We can also recommend system upgrades that provide long-term savings while helping your facility run greener.