Finding a reliable commercial HVAC contractor doesn’t have to be difficult. Skovron Mechanical Services LLC. is your local New Hampshire commercial heating and air conditioning expert. When you work with us, you will receive quality solutions and a team that is dedicated to making sure your HVAC system is running as efficiently as possible. We work with restaurants, government buildings, and retail stores throughout southern New Hampshire. We also provide service to specialized areas such as server rooms and tempered storage.
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Looking to Install a Rooftop HVAC Unit?
A rooftop unit is a packaged unit that features all cooling and heating components in one; this includes the condenser and evaporator coils. Because everything is included on top of the roof, it is easier to access during repair, maintenance, and replacement services. Indoor cabinets are not necessary, saving you space.
Rooftop units are modular, and a new module can be added to increase the power of the current system. The range of modules varies from five to fifty tons of cooling power. We will help you configure your unit to accommodate any planned expansions.
Need to Repair Your Commercial Refrigerator?
Do you manage a restaurant with a faulty refrigerator? Make sure your guests receive quality meals with timely refrigerator repair or replacement. Contact us for immediate service if you notice the following:
- Food is spoiling before their expiration dates
- The refrigerator is not as cool as it should be
- The compressor runs nonstop
The compressor motor is the largest indicator of a problem. A constantly running compressor means the motor or the thermostat is defective. Thermostats are easily replaced, but compressors are not. Compressor damage may call for a new unit.
Another common refrigeration problem involves a gasket system with faulty sealing. As warm air enters, cold air exits through a door that is poorly sealed. Condensation forming around the door frame is a sign of faulty sealing. We will help you repair the seal quickly to prevent further problems.
If your refrigerator is producing an excessive amount of heat, contact us for an inspection. We will check the condenser coils, as dust on the coils causes them to overheat.
Higher than usual electric bills may also point to a refrigeration problem. A faulty thermometer, worn compressor motor, or overworked coils cause more energy to be consumed and raise the electric bill.
Any unit over 15 years should be replaced. Newer, more energy efficient models maximize space, are durable and stylish, and store food more efficiently.
We recommend a bi-annual maintenance inspection to protect your commercial refrigeration from any future damage.
When you call your Skovron Mechanical Services LLC. technician, we will determine if a repair or whole unit replacement is best for you. You will always receive an honest recommendation.
Is It Time to Repair Your Boiler?
Over time, boilers will suffer from corrosion and general wear and tear. Small water puddles under sinks and around radiators can also indicate problems with your boiler.
Like refrigerators, replacement parts for older boilers are not always easy to find. Installing a new unit will prove more energy efficient. Most modern boilers feature a pressure gauge that should remain at approximately 1.2 bars. Movement beyond 0.5 bars is a sign that it is time to call us for an inspection.
When Is the Right Time to Tune-Up Your Air Conditioner?
The ideal time to schedule an AC tune-up is during the spring. Taking the time to do so will help prevent small problems from turning into costly repairs and replacements down the road.
Low refrigerant levels indicate a leak that needs to be repaired before adding more refrigerant. New systems are welded to lessen the chance of a leak. Older models are fitted with mechanical connectors that eventually loosen when the unit vibrates. Whether you have an older or more modern air conditioner, contact us for regular maintenance.
Our tune-up starts with a refrigerant level check. All electrical controls and components are inspected as well. Condenser and evaporator coils are cleaned. The motor is oiled if necessary. The thermostat is calibrated. Air filters will be replaced if they are clogged.
Timely air conditioning maintenance benefits the overall efficiency of your unit:
- Evaporator coils are less likely to freeze
- Compressors are prevented from overheating or premature failure
- Your air conditioner enjoys an extended service life