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Commercial HVAC

At Falcon Refrigeration, customer service and satisfaction remain our number one priority. Our Service Department, goes to great lengths to make sure our service technicians are well versed in the latest technologies and industrial standards.

Call Falcon Refrigeration today and we can help evaluate your HVAC needs and provide you with a solution for your company.

24-hour Emergency Services

If your air conditioning or refrigeration system quits on a weekend or after business hours, you don’t want to have to wait to have it serviced. If your business depends on customer traffic you need your HVAC equipment repaired as quickly as possible. Falcon Refrigeration understands you want and deserve, quality service technicians working to repair your HVAC systems now!  Not sometime later in the week, so we have technicians on stand-by 24-hours a day 7 days a week to take care of your emergency HVAC needs.

Reliable Service

When you have your HVAC equipment repaired you expect quality workmanship and quality parts. At Falcon Refrigeration, we pride ourselves in diagnosing and repairing the problem correctly the “first time”. We warranty all our service for 90 days and we honor the warranty period for all manufactured parts.

Full Preventive Maintenance Programs

Wouldn’t it be great in this uncertain economy to be able to forecast how much your maintenance costs will be for the next year? We have just the program for you. Our Service Department will inspect and assess your HVAC-R equipment. We will determine options for you to consider and together we will create a plan just for you. You can be confident no unexpected costs will sidetrack your budget goals.

Inspection Programs

Not looking for Full Maintenance but still want to be able to minimize unexpected maintenance costs?  A Falcon Refrigeration Inspection Program may be just what you need. We can set up an inspection schedule and create an inspection program designed around your specific needs.  Changing filters and tightening loose belts on a regular basis will minimize your operating costs.  Diagnosing probable failures and taking corrective action before the trouble becomes catastrophic can save you thousands in repair bills.