Commercial HVAC

AirMakers’ Commercial HVAC department is as extensive as our residential. We are equipped and experienced in any and all commercial projects ranging from 2 tons to 80 tons! AirMakers can help you with your next commercial project, whether it’s a chiller, or a computer server room. We can develop a ventilation system for your restaurant, or zoning and humidity control for your offices. Whatever the task, AirMakers is ready and eagerly awaiting the opportunity to give you a bid! Please contact the office for further details or visit our portfolio to view past projects.

Commercial services include but are not limited to:

  • Chillers
  • Boilers
  • VAV Systems
  • DDC Control
  • Unit Ventilators
  • Clean Rooms
  • Computer Server Rooms
  • Humidity Control
  • Zoning
  • Roof Top Units
  • Gas Piping
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Ductless Systems

Commercial Maintenance Agreements

One of the ways we can best serve your company is with a service agreement that gives you scheduled maintenance, timely response, highly skilled technicians, emergency service, longer equipment life, lower utility bills, and peace of mind. Having regularly maintained HVAC equipment will allow your unit or units to perform at their best. It allows your company to maintain optimum efficiency of your equipment and allows your company to save monthly on utility costs. It also helps to keep clean coils and filters, which in return gives you and your workers a healthier indoor environment.

For commercial maintenance agreements, we recommend that you have two preventive maintenance inspections and two intermediate filter changes. The two preventive maintenance inspections will be scheduled one in the fall/ winter and one in the spring/ summer. The two intermediate filter changes will allow for two additional inspections to change filters between your maintenance inspections. This would add up to a total of four inspections per year. The prices depend upon the number of units that need to be serviced and the number of inspections you decide is best for your company.

Our Inspections will include but are not limited to:

  1. Inspecting, cleaning or replacing filters
  2. Checking refrigerant pressures
  3. Tightening electrical connections
  4. Checking for proper voltage and amp draw
  5. Oiling and greasing motors, if required
  6. Checking belts for proper condition & tensions as needed
  7. Checking and cleaning condensate drainage system within unit
  8. Insuring that electrical controls are working properly
  9. Cleaning either indoor or outdoor coils
  10. Check heating operation including ignition sequence, safety controls, and pilot performance if applicable

If you are interested in receiving an agreement to look over, please contact LaDonna Johnson at 919-878-8800 or via email at