Hotel HVAC Repair, Maintenance & Installation Company in South Florida
If you own a hotel in South Florida, having issues with your HVAC units can be detrimental to your business. While most visitors come to Florida for the warm weather, they also expect efficient air conditioning throughout their stay. Without a high-performing cooling system, you’re risking a lot in our highly competitive hospitality industry. Contact AC Power & Comfort for all your hotel HVAC repair needs!
Hotel HVAC Services We Provide
If you’re looking for the best hotel HVAC repair services, look no further than AC Power & Comfort. We provide HVAC repair and maintenance to hotels all over South Florida. We can handle any hotel air conditioning repair work, such as:
- Identifying cooling issues
- Troubleshoot technical communication system problems
- Repair water leaks
- Evaluate reasons for high energy costs
- Resolve ventilation problems
- Manage ductwork damage
- Solve thermostat issues
- Identify odors coming from vents
While these are just a few common issues that we handle in hotel HVAC repair, we’re also well-known for discovering incredibly complex HVAC issues that other companies overlook. Contact us today to discuss your hotel HVAC issue and speak with a professional about your repair!
24-Hour Hotel HVAC Repair Service — 7 Days a Week!
If there’s one industry that can benefit from 24/7 HVAC repair, it’s hotel management services! When a hotel loses air conditioning in the middle of the night, you need immediate solutions. Going more than a few hours without a cooling or heating system can desolate a hotel’s business. That’s why we offer hotel HVAC repair 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! We work carefully but efficiently to make sure that your commercial air conditioning system is working right, ensuring that your hotel’s guests keep coming back. Provide top-quality comfort and contact AC Power & Comfort for any emergency hotel HVAC repair needs.
Repairs and Service for Hotel HVAC Equipment
We provide repairs and service for a wide range of hotel HVAC equipment, including:
- Heating equipment
- Cooling equipment
- Low-pressure boilers
- Heat pumps
- Commercial water towers
- Carrier Chiller equipment
Hotel HVAC Maintenance Service and Contracts
We’re strong believers in keeping hotel HVAC units in excellent condition to help them last. Routine maintenance can extend the lifespan of a hotel’s HVAC system. Hotel HVAC maintenance checks and inspections can also help us identify issues before they start and prevent you from paying for expensive air conditioning repairs. If you’re the owner and operator of a South Florida hotel, we highly suggest choosing from one of our hotel HVAC maintenance contracts:
Our Hotel HVAC Maintenance Contracts
Bronze – 2 annual inspections/one-year contract
Silver – 4 annual inspections/two-year contract
Gold – 6 annual inspections/ three-year contract
Common Issues Discovered at Routine Hotel HVAC Maintenance Inspections
Here are some common issues that our skilled technicians often identify at a regular hotel HVAC maintenance inspection:
- Loose wires/shortened wires. Loose or cropped wires can impact the entire system and prevent cooling in large hotels.
- High humidity levels indoors. A dirty evaporator coil with an old filter can prevent cooling, leading to high temperatures and humidity levels indoors.
- Water leaks. A blocked drain line can cause water leaks in hotel rooms.
- Moldy or stuffy odors. Bacteria growth and mold in a drain pan can project awful smells from vents.
Ignoring even the slightest HVAC issue can put a ton of strain on your overall HVAC system and cause much bigger and more complicated problems. This doesn’t only create an issue for your hotel guests; it’s also going to affect your budget. Let’s face it — fixing an HVAC problem can be much, much more expensive than simply paying for routine hotel HVAC maintenance. Contact us today to discuss your hotel HVAC maintenance needs!
Hotel Indoor Air Quality
Good indoor air quality can provide many fantastic benefits, such as boosting your mood and enhancing health. Poor indoor air quality can spark migraines, headaches, allergic reactions, dry eyes, excessive coughing, and overall discomfort. Bad indoor air quality can even lead to Legionnaires disease or carbon monoxide poisoning in rare cases.
If you want your hotel guests to have an optimal experience at your South Florida location, you should consider the current health of your indoor air quality. Throughout a comprehensive indoor air quality inspection, we take a look at a hotel’s:
- Filtration systems
- UV Lights
- Any appearances of mold
- Dryer vents