We have extensive experience in commercial furnace repair, along with many other furnace services.
Dealing with a non-functional component of your HVAC system is a frustrating situation. But when you’re responsible for a commercial facility, it can be more than just a minor annoyance. In fact, this issue could result in the need to shut down the business temporarily, as health and safety standards mandate certain working conditions for employees. If your HVAC system can’t supply warm air throughout the space during the coldest time of the year, you could be facing a potentially dangerous situation. It’s important to know who to call for commercial furnace repair.
Here in Kernersville, North Carolina and the surrounding area, commercial clients can trust our team at Cook’s Heating & Cooling. We have extensive experience in commercial furnace repair, along with many other furnace services. If you notice that your furnace isn’t working like it should, it may emit cool air instead of warm air or produce a lot of dust. Other warning signs include loud sounds during operation and unpleasant odors in the air. Contact us, and we’ll send an experienced technician to assess the unit and determine what’s causing the problem. From there, we’ll provide an estimate for commercial furnace repair to get the warm air flowing once again.
Having your furnace repaired is often a cost-effective alternative to replacing it. If the furnace is still otherwise in good condition and has a lot of life left in it, we’re happy to perform a repair. However, if we find that the unit has reached the end of its lifespan or is damaged beyond repair, we can talk to you about commercial furnace replacement. Contact us to get started.
At Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we offer commercial furnace repair services in Winston-Salem, Rural Hall, King, Kernersville, Bethabara, Bethania, Stanleyville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Pfafftown, Germanton, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain, Tobaccoville, Old Town, Belews Creek, Advance, Bermuda Run, and Midway, North Carolina.