Commercial Cooling System Services in MA & NH
For 60 years, Suburban HVAC has provided commercial clients in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with first-class service and reliable solutions for all their comfort and HVAC system needs. We’re the partner businesses and commercial property owners can trust for the complete range of commercial cooling services.
From state-of-the-art systems to excellent services, we have the experience and resources you can depend on for all your commercial cooling needs.
We proudly offer top-quality service for:
- Commercial AC installation and replacement
- Commercial AC troubleshooting and repair
- Commercial AC maintenance
We know business owners don’t want second-best when they need help with their commercial cooling needs. That’s why businesses in Norfolk County, Suffolk County, and beyond call Suburban HVAC for commercial AC service.
Commercial Cooling System Installation
A new cooling system for your business can improve comfort levels for your staff and customers. It may even play an essential role in your dialer operations. When it’s time for a new commercial air conditioner, there’s a lot to consider, including:
- Size of your space
- Energy efficiency
- Available space for your new equipment
- And more
At Suburban HVAC, our commercial AC contractors are highly skilled at assessing the unique needs of Massachusetts businesses. We can recommend the best options for your business and handle everything necessary to get your new cooling system installed correctly, so it’s up and running as soon as possible.
Suburban HVAC proudly serves businesses throughout the state, including those in and around Dover, Wellesley, Brookline, Newton, Needham, Westwood, Arlington, Cambridge, Milton, Dedham, and Norwood.
Commercial AC Repair
When your Boston business’s cooling system lags or completely breaks down, you need responsive, experienced pros to fix the problem. You need the team at Suburban HVAC.
Fully licensed, trained, and insured, our NATE-certified experts complete ongoing training, so we’re also up to date with the latest technology and innovations in commercial AC troubleshooting and repairs.
You can always count on us to:
- Arrive at your business on time
- Be fully equipped with all the parts and tools necessary to provide same-day repair when possible
- Repair your system with speed and precision, so there’s minimal system downtime
- Respect you, your staff, your customers, and your space, cleaning up after ourselves when the job’s done
Commercial AC Maintenance
Air conditioning maintenance is the best way to prevent problems, keep your system efficient, and prolong its service life. Suburban HVAC builds customized maintenance packages for all our commercial clients, accounting for the needs of their business and systems, so we can ensure superior quality, optimal value, and measurable results.
With our team providing routine AC maintenance, you’ll benefit from:
- Fewer instances of downtime or interruption due to AC breakdowns
- Substantially lower repair costs over the life of your system
- Better performance and efficiency from your system
- An extended life span for your air conditioning system and its components
Frequently Asked Questions About Commercial Cooling in Westwood, MA
Over the years, we’ve encountered countless questions from our customers, so we’ve compiled some of the most commonly asked questions we receive.
How long will my commercial cooling system last?
Commercial cooling equipment is a sizable investment, and we understand that you want to protect that investment for as long as possible.
While several factors will determine the overall life span of your commercial cooling system, such as proper installation and routine maintenance, you can expect your system to last approximately 10 to 15 years.
Are high-efficiency systems worth the cost?
Heating and cooling your commercial property can certainly get expensive, so we get this question a lot. In comparison with regular models, high-efficiency systems can reduce your expenses by quite a bit.
Typically, the higher upfront costs you’ll spend on an energy-efficient system are recouped through monthly savings by about midway through the system’s service life.
How often should commercial cooling systems' air filters be changed?
Air filters are instrumental in your cooling system’s efficiency and your facility’s air quality. They trap pollen, dust, and debris before they can circulate through the air, as well as sustain the airflow your system needs to function properly.
In general, you should check your air filters each month. If your facility produces more dust or airborne particles, it could be necessary to change them weekly.
How often should I schedule maintenance for my commercial cooling system?
Preventative maintenance serves to greatly increase your system’s efficiency and service life. That said, you should plan for routine maintenance at least once per year, ideally in the spring.
Maintenance will prolong your system’s service life and ensure optimal indoor air quality for those operating within your facility.
Should I schedule maintenance for my ductwork as well?
Yes. Your commercial ductwork plays a critical role in delivering cool air throughout your facility. This network of pipes should be inspected annually to prevent or repair any air leaks, which can lead to costly energy efficiency issues.
What thermostat is right for my commercial building?
Selecting the best thermostat for your building’s commercial HVAC system depends primarily on the size of your building. Your thermostat plays an important role in controlling the temperature, humidity levels, and energy consumption within your facility, so choosing an appropriate thermostat is key.
Smaller buildings may be able to use a residential thermostat, especially if you don’t need to zone your heating and cooling.
If your building is larger and needs separate zoning, you’ll be better off using multiple thermostats controlled in a central location. This makes it easier to keep buildings or areas at different temperatures without having to adjust each area separately.
Programmable thermostats are always the best choice in the long run.
Will an incorrectly sized HVAC system cause problems in my commercial building?
An HVAC system that isn’t the correct size for your building can cause efficiency problems. If your current HVAC system is too small, it won’t be able to adequately heat or cool your entire building, and will likely need to run longer to meet the demands placed on it. This results in higher energy costs and a shorter service life for your system.
Our professionals will determine which system is suited to your commercial building’s size and HVAC needs, ensuring you have consistently comfortable temperatures and that your system is operating at optimal efficiency for as long as possible.
Our Service Area
With 60 years of local experience, Suburban HVAC is an established commercial HVAC company known for excellence. We have a vast service area, and we proudly work with all types of commercial clients, including:
- Retail stores and shopping malls
- Restaurants and bars
- Professional service providers
- Warehouses, manufacturing plants, and industrial facilities
- Schools and daycares
- And more
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Suburban HVAC is a leading provider of dependable, top-quality commercial AC service in Massachusetts. Whether you need installation, repair, or maintenance, you can always count on us for the highest quality parts and systems, as well as superior work and service.
The Suburban HVAC Difference
- A management team with over 100 years of combined HVAC experience
- Fully licensed, certified, and insured technical teams who regularly complete ongoing training
- Long-term, full-time employees who have successfully passed stringent background checks
- Customized commercial cooling solutions
- A dedicated support staff who works to get you every rebate and credit possible, both during and after the installation of your new system
- No high-pressure salespeople — we’ll never try to sell you something you don’t need for the sake of the sale
- Free, zero-obligation, and zero-hassle consultations by phone or in person