Commercial Heating

Central Heating is a heating system in which air is heated at a central point and sent through the whole interior of a building through ductwork to provide warmth in multiple rooms or parts of a building. Proper insulation of your home can increase the effectiveness of your system’s performance. As technology progresses, you have more options than ever including ductless heating.

At Green Heating, Cooling & Electric our heating experts will analyze and diagnose any malfunction your system may have. Whether it’s an old system or new high efficiency system our technicians have been trained to keep your system properly maintained. By keeping your heating system in top working order with annual maintenance, you can cut your monthly energy cost. We offer 24/7 emergency service so you know you are covered when you need it most. And we always keep our trucks fully stocked so we can fix your problem the first time. Remember when you want honest, affordable, reliable service… Think GREEN!

Heating Repair

When it comes to repairing your commercial central heating system (Commercial HVAC), you only want the best service that is professional and affordable. Our certified technicians are North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certified meaning they have passed a nationally recognized test developed and supported by all segments of the commercial hvac industry. Why is this important? Because when you need a professional in your commercial enviornment, you want to make sure you’re receiving top quality service and peace of mind.

We fix and repair all brands, makes, and models of commercial air conditioning systems including:
  • Trane
  • Miller
  • Rheem
  • Airease
  • Weil-McLain
  • Crown
  • American Standard
  • Kenmore
  • Carrier
  • Bryant
  • Lennox
  • Goodman
  • Amana
  • York
  • Coleman
  • Heil
  • Rheem
  • Ruud
  • Comfortmaker
  • Mitsubishi
  • Sanyo
  • And More!

Commercial Heating Maintenance

At Green Heating, Cooling & Electric we understand how frustrating it can be to have your commercial heating system fail especially during times of extreme cold. That’s why our certified technicians complete a 16 point inspection of your commerial HVAC system to keep your system running effectively and efficiently. Each inspection includes:

Each heating inspection includes:
  • Check the burners
  • Inspect the heat exchanger
  • Inspect the flu pipe
  • Check the filters
  • Lubricate pumps and fans
  • Check the inducer & blower motors
  • Check the electric connections
  • Check the safety switch & controls
  • Inspect the pilot assembly
  • Inspect for cracks and leaks
  • Check temperature and pressures
  • Check thermostat
  • Drain line & trap
  • Measure the fuel combustion efficiency
  • Carbon monoxide safety check
  • Test and labeling of emergency shut-offs
Annual check ups can prevent up to 70% of all commercial furnace repairs as well as improve your systems efficiency by up to 16%.

New Commercial Heating System Installation and Replacement

When it’s time to replace or install a new commercial heating system, we understand how expensive and frustrating it can be. That’s why we have our certified technicians analyze your current system to see how efficiently it is running. If it is something that can be repaired then we will show you how. If not, then we will explain what next steps need to be taken for a new heating system. We always give our customers options to best fit their needs and budget.

Things to Consider:

  1. What kind of system do you want installed/replaced? There are many choices to how you want to heat your commercial business. Any make and model of heater, boiler, ductless heat, or furnace whether they are gas, electric, or geothermal, Green Heating, Cooling, and Electric can offer you multiple options based on your current system or new installation.
  2. Size of your house? If your heating system is too large for your home it will cycle on and off constantly, and if it is too small your home will never efficiently reach the heating temperature.
  3. Quality of insulation in your commercial environment? If the quality of your insulation to your home is poor, then it doesn’t matter what type of system you put in. Not only will your energy bills increase, but also you will not reach the desired comfort level in your home. At that point, it would be worth upgrading your insulation to achieve desired results.