At Harrell King, we understand that business owners and property managers have enough to worry about without adding their HVAC systems to the list. That’s why we pride ourselves on providing high-quality heating, cooling, and indoor air quality services for commercial properties in Thomasville, GA, and surrounding areas! Whether you own an apartment complex, office building, retail store, warehouse, or any other type of commercial facility in Southwest Georgia, our team at Harrell King can help keep your space at a comfortable temperature year-round with our top-tier HVAC solutions.
We provide the following services for commercial properties:
Looking for commercial heating, cooling, or indoor air quality solutions in Thomasville or surrounding areas of Georgia? Contact Harrell King online today to schedule service, or give us a call at 229-243-8040 now!
As the owner of a commercial property, you’re probably familiar with what rooftop HVAC systems look like! Chances are that you’ve seen these types of units somewhere around town, be it on top of an office building, retail establishment, or any other commercial business in the area. These units are commonly used to keep buildings at a comfortable temperature for employees and patrons, so you can find them pretty much everywhere.
These large units can be used for both heating and cooling your facility, or just for cooling, depending on your needs. They can also provide single-zone or multi-zone coverage, based on your preferences. If you’re not sure what kind of rooftop HVAC unit would be the right choice for your commercial property, our team of factory-trained heating and cooling technicians can work with you to find the right system to fit your needs and budget. These units are simple to use and require very little in terms of initial installation and maintenance costs.
Do you already have a rooftop HVAC unit that’s in need of repair or maintenance? Our technicians can replace the belt, lubricate the fan bearings, inspect the condensate drain, check the economizer motion, or handle any other issue that may come up with your rooftop unit. If your system isn’t functioning the way it should, we understand that you need a company you can depend on to resolve the problem as soon as possible to keep your employees, tenants, or customers comfortable! That’s why you can depend on Harrell King to provide reliable, high-quality rooftop HVAC unit repairs and maintenance throughout Southwest Georgia.
If you’re looking for rooftop HVAC unit installations, repairs, or maintenance services in the Thomasville area, call Harrell King at 229-243-8040 or contact us online today to schedule an appointment!
In addition to keeping your commercial facility at a comfortable temperature, it’s also important to keep the indoor air clean and healthy for your employees, tenants, or customers! Harrell King offers a variety of indoor air quality services, which can alleviate any mold, dust, and bacteria infecting your building’s indoor air. Pollution in your building’s air is a health hazard, and the easiest way to remove that hazard is by installing an air filtration or purification system with Harrell King. We install, maintain, and repair indoor air quality systems of all kinds, including humidifiers and dehumidifiers, in addition to air filtration and purification systems!
To learn more about our indoor air quality services or to schedule an appointment, contact Harrell King online or give us a call at 229-243-8040 now!
Delivering incomparable service that’s rare in our industry, our family-owned company is honest, fair, and client-focused. When you choose Harrell King Heating & Air, you can expect:
To schedule a consultation or speak to a Harrell King team member, call 229-243-8040 or contact our Southwest Georgia HVAC specialists online now.
The best way to control your heating and cooling costs for any commercial HVAC system is to make sure you’re getting the best possible performance from your system. Keeping your system maintained to reduce the risk of breakdowns or shortened service life will save you more money. Avoiding waste through leaky ducts, inappropriately sized systems, or poor insulation or weatherproofing is also important.
Preventative maintenance or tune-ups should be performed at least once a year on your systems, preferably before the season when they’ll see the most use. This will help control costs and maintain high performance when it’s most important to be efficient and reduce the risk of breakdowns.
While every system’s and every property’s circumstances will vary, most commercial HVAC systems will start showing their age after a decade and be well past their expiration date after two, no matter how well you maintain them — and that’s even with regular repairs and professional tuning. Certain HVAC systems last longer than others, of course; furnaces don’t last as long as air conditioners or boilers, for example.
Ducts can be a major source of lost performance and efficiency in a commercial HVAC system, so if your ducts are quite old or you’re not sure of their quality, it’s important to let a professional inspect them for leaks. If they’re decades old, it’s almost certainly time for a replacement or heavy renovations. An excellent HVAC system is worthless if you can’t deliver comfortable air to the rooms it’s supposed to reach.
Depending on the size of your building, its natural ventilation, and what you’re using it for, using your HVAC to manage indoor air quality can range from quite important to extremely important. Indoor air quality in a residence is often 3 times as polluted as the air outside; air in a large commercial building can be far, far worse. This affects every person and much of the property in your building, so it’s important to consider.
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