A commercial AC unit that is no longer working as expected can result in discomfort for you and your workers as well as lost profit for your business. When repair becomes inconvenient and costly, it’s time to consider AC replacement from Synergy Service.

Why Commercial AC Replacement Matters

Signs that your HVAC system has passed its useful life include excessive noises, warm air, vibrations during operation, uneven temperatures, humidity problems, and inefficient operation. In general, systems more than 15 years old should be replaced with new models that meet federal Energy Star requirements.

Replacing your commercial air conditioner will reduce the size of your energy bills as well as your company’s carbon footprint. With a modern HVAC system, you can take advantage of energy-efficient features that limit the consumption of environmental resources.

Old AC units can also lower the air quality in your facility. Dust and dirt buildup can lead to respiratory symptoms, especially for individuals who have asthma or allergies.

If you currently spend a lot of time and money repairing your old AC system, installing a new model could actually save your company money. As a rule, if a repair will cost more than half the cost of a new HVAC system, replacement makes good financial sense.

Reasons to Choose Synergy Service

At Synergy Service, we install commercial HVAC products from reputable manufacturers that provide generous warranties, so it could be decades before you have to invest in repairing or upgrading your HVAC again.

All our technicians hold NATE certification, an industry-standard that highlights our dedication to quality service and excellent workmanship. We’re proud to employ a team of professional technicians who will respect and care for your facility during installation.

When you need a new AC system, you can also apply for affordable, flexible financing. We offer installation loans from Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. Complete our online form to request a quote for your new commercial air conditioning unit.

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