The heating and cooling systems in stores, restaurants, and offices are complex and each one is different. That’s why some heating and air conditioning contractors can have plenty of experience on residential equipment, but are still unprepared to service these larger commercial systems. Because every building is unique in its design and in how it operates for the best efficiency, Commercial HVAC Maintenance companies who are properly licensed, bonded and insured will know that these systems have different heating and cooling capacities and that they come with various setups and layouts. At Comfort Time, we are an experienced company, who has the know-how, and are true, trusted professionals whose main goal is to protect your business, your property and, your employees. Let’s see exactly what this means.
We are experts in Commercial HVAC Maintenance and keep up to date with the latest best practices and trends to provide quality servicing in the Los Angeles Metro Area. In California, contractors who offer services that total five hundred dollars or more, need to pass experience and examination qualifications to get a license in order to operate legally.
Our California C-20 Licensing Means we are a Specialty Contractor who:
- has the skills needed to properly install, maintain, service and repair warm-air heating systems in this state.
- know how to provide safety and efficiency while working with ventilating systems, air-conditioning systems and how important it is that ducts, air filters, registers, flues, humidity and thermostatic controls are in proper working order.
Our California C-38 Refrigeration Licensing Means:
- We have the skills necessary to properly install, maintain, service and repair refrigerators, refrigerated rooms and systems.
- We also have extensive knowledge of their thermostatic controls and what it takes to maintain the air, liquid and/or gas temperatures that get below fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) also requires that all technicians performing service, maintenance or disposal of equipment that could release refrigerants into the atmosphere become certified by an EPA-approved organization and pass a test.
In California, as a qualified professional, we needed a bond in place before we could even become licensed. Our surety bond represents our responsibility to you. This is an important document for your business because it’s an insurance for your company, guaranteeing that we’ll always operate in an ethical way and comply with California state rules and regulations. This protection is there to provide your company with an enhanced peace of mind and assure you that the job is always completed to your satisfaction.
At Comfort Time, we always look out for our customers and for our employees. Unfortunately, accidents sometimes do happen. First, we make sure we have adequate coverage to provide compensation should your business or property have any damage during the course of a job. And second, we make sure that any liability is on our company in case of any injury to our workers and that they are properly taken care of.
Developing a relationship with a licensed, bonded and insured HVAC provider is an essential part of getting the verification that your repairs, maintenance and any equipment replacements will get done right. At Comfort Time, this sets us apart from other companies because it renews our promise to always maintain a professional and trustworthy relationship and that there is no job, too large or too small, for us to handle. Our dependability reassures Restaurant Owners, Office Building/Facilities Managers, Strip Mall, and Shopping Center businesses that we respect them, the laws and have a commitment to provide quality service. Our routine maintenance plans can also help make your systems run smoothly all year-long and prevent any sudden breakdowns. To see how we can benefit your business and request a free HVAC commercial maintenance proposal today, please contact us to learn more.