ServiceOne's commercial heating and cooling department understands how extreme temperatures can affect your customers' buying experiences and your employees' productivity. Our technicians have extensive training and years of experience handling specialized commercial heating and cooling equipment, from rooftop units to ductless mini-splits. You can count on us to get your company back up and running!
Most commercial heating & cooling equipment has a lifespan between 15-20 years. Routine maintenance and repairs are vital in system upkeep. Give ServiceOne commercial heating and cooling a call to help you extend the life of your equipment, optimize building performance, comfort, and safety.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 40% of a business's energy costs are heating & cooling costs. Are utility bills hurting your bottom line? ServiceOne commercial heating and cooling experts can improve efficiency and reduce operating costs by installing a correctly sized high-efficiency system.
Do you lease your office space? Does your lease require you to maintain your HVAC equipment? ServiceOne does that! We complete the spring and fall routine maintenance checks on each HVAC system. We change the filters either quarterly or semi-annually, whatever your lease requires. When your heating & cooling equipment needs a repair, you will receive a 10% discount on the entire bill, including parts and labor with our HVAC Maintenance Agreement.
Did you know ServiceOne not only services HVAC equipment, but we also sell/install split systems and up to 30-ton rooftop units?
ServiceOne offers some of the best pricing because of our relationships with our vendors. We are licensed to service all brands of HVAC equipment. We specialize in selling/installing American Standard, Daikin, Carrier & Goodman. ServiceOne has dedicated HVAC installers on staff, so you are in excellent hands when replacing your HVAC system.
At ServiceOne, we pride ourselves in being a quality resource for businesses in any situation. Call us today at 402-537-2921 to get a licensed, bonded, and insured technician to help with any of the mechanicals in your office.