Commercial HVAC

Commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) consists of building conditioned spaces in the private sector. These spaces can include but aren’t limited to: offices, warehouses, manufacturing plants, medical centers, and retail shopping centers. Commercial HVAC projects vary in size, scale, and scope.

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New construction projects play a large role in this growing US economy. More than ever before businesses require higher air quality and more control over their indoor environment. In fact, HVAC contractors have grown by 2.9% to reach $96 billion in 2019. Commercial building is driven both by business cycles and population growth. As more people move into an area, demand increases for workspace, schools, municipal buildings, retail stores, and offices become fully occupied, which require additional buildings to meet that demand.

Quality Suppliers

In our duct fabrication shop, we begin our quality control with our suppliers, you cannot have a quality product without having the right raw materials. In our case, we buy American steel that is properly coated.

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HVAC Subcontractor

In today’s commercial HVAC environment, many general contractor builders now specialize in a single commercial market. Some specialize in high-rise buildings, tilt slab and other hone their expertise in providing heavy infrastructure facilities (water treatment plants, dams, federal buildings). Similarly, there are typically many different subcontractors on most all projects (masonry, excavation, landscape, framer, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire sprinkler, finish work contractors, etc.)

Commercial construction usually comes about as a result of a bidding process. An architect’s design is let out for bid, general contractors will ask subcontractors to submit bids independently or jointly. Typically, the company with the lowest cost, best specification, and proven history of work “wins” the bid and the project is awarded to that company.

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Our Advantage


We have a positive history of:

  1. Getting the job done
  2. Working well with other contractors, the owners, suppliers, and general contractors
  3. Stepping-up to meet any challenge
  4. Taking responsibility for the project
Everyone Goes Home

One of our four core values. Safety isn’t just going through the motions, our team are considered family and friends and don’t want to see anyone get hurt.


Albert Einstein said, “The only source of knowledge is experience.” Our key team members each have ~40 years experience in the commercial HVAC industry. Management has over 250 years of combined experience alone.


The ability to fabricate ductwork inside our own facility gives us the opportunity to control our schedule to meet the fast-paced schedule of today. Other companies must turn to outside sources to supply ductwork, we fabricate our own.


Furthermore, our service department has the capability to check, test, and start-up the equipment we set. In many cases, our team doesn’t require factory start-up personnel to come to the jobsite because as you know this never happens on schedule.


After installing your complete HVAC system and equipment out team will provide preventative maintenance on the equipment we are already familiar with. contact our service department to solve your HVAC maintenance issues.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should commercial HVAC filters be changed?

Industry standard for a relatively clean environment is once a quarter. More harsh environments will require more frequent filter changes. Businesses that produce heavy amounts of dust should be changed monthly.

When to replace your commercial HVAC system?

It may be time to replace your HVAC unit if the maintenance cost outpaces the cost of a new unit. That is an easy call to make. If the HVAC unit and controls are in great working condition and well maintained, but large temperature swings or poor indoor quality are still observed, then it could be time to replace the unit.

How to bid commercial HVAC jobs?

That is an age-old question, and one that requires a small army of people to get correct. We have an estimating department, multiple salesmen, industry experience, the most modern estimating software, and it still isn”t easy. Consider duct, hanging material, equipment, controls, insulation, glue, labor rates, drive time, louvers, dampers, flashing, equipment rental, management time, etc.

How does commercial HVAC work?

A HVAC conditioning system includes more than just the air conditioning unit itself. A complete system also includes the air distribution system (ductwork, dampers, grilles and registers), hydronic/refrigerant piping and the temperature and schedule control system. Usually air conditioning is provided by either a DX system or chilled water.

What are the components of a commercial HVAC system?

Typical air conditioning systems consist of: air handling unit, intake louver, filters, heating coils, cooling coils, supply fans, ductwork, grilles, registers, diffusers, ventilation fans, dampers, flex connection, outside air fan, hoods, refrigeration piping, condensers, curbs, controls, thermostats, balancing, and more.

How much does a commercial HVAC tech make?

Typically an experienced commercial HBAC tech will make $60k+ a year, depending on knowledge, experience, and industry focus.

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