High-Quality Commercial HVAC For Conejo Valley & Beyond
Are you a local small business or industrial site in need of quality, cost-effective solutions when it comes to your heating and cooling systems and ductwork? Look no further than Conejo Valley Heating & Air Conditioning! HVAC has been our passion since 1979, and after 40 years, our company remains family-owned and operated HVAC company. Repairing and installing quality Commercial HVAC units and ductwork for our Ventura County communities is our #1 priority–because your neighbors are our neighbors.
When it comes to your commercial space, we are a full-service HVAC company, offering ongoing maintenance, repairs, and new installs for anything related to your heating and cooling systems. We have extensive experience working with public buildings, educational facilities, commercial spaces, and industrial sites throughout Conejo Valley, Ventura, Simi Valley areas in Ventura County, and adjacent areas– has built a reputation for success.
At Conejo Valley Heating and Air, we do more than just residential homes.
We handle the heating and cooling needs of local businesses too. Our commercial HVAC service department is qualified, licensed, and experienced in troubleshooting and solving air conditioning and heating challenges in commercial buildings. We even repair and install water heaters for commercial spaces! When we find old, inefficient, or poorly functioning equipment, we can offer replacements and upgrades for packaged units, split systems, chillers, cooling towers, pumps, boilers, heat pumps, and A/C control systems. Have a look at the HVAC services we can provide for your business and commercial-grade building!
Commercial Heating and Cooling Solutions
Conejo Valley Heating and Air Conditioning strives to find the best and most cost-effective heating and cooling solutions for your commercial property. Our experts will recommend the correct size and type of furnace or air conditioning for your business to help keep your employees or customers feel comfortable and your heating bills to be as low as possible. Our commercial heating and cooling services come with the same level of customer service as we have become known for. We stand behind our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee for all of our commercial furnace repairs and installations. You can count on Conejo Valley Heating and Air Conditioning for:
Air Conditioning Installations: When you schedule a new air conditioning install or need to upgrade to a new energy-efficient system, we are just one click or one phone call away!
Air Conditioning Repair : Having issues with your cooling system? We offer 24-hour emergency repair services for commercial HVAC systems, so you don’t lose out on comfort, convenience, or efficiency.
Air Conditioning Maintenance: To keep your A/C system working at peak performance, we provide regular air conditioning maintenance plans. You can trust us to bring the best of Commercial Air Conditioner Maintenance services in Conejo Valley and surrounding areas as our NATE certified technicians are reputed and professional in servicing all major HVAC brands for your business/industry and offers unmatched commercial AC maintenance program.
Ductwork: Our certified and experienced HVAC technicians install newer, more efficient ductwork for your system, or replace, upgrade, and improves air quality with one of the best counted Air Duct Cleaning in Ventura County.
Heating Installation: When you need to install a new heating system or to replace your furnace, our HVAC contractors take care of the task quickly and effectively for your commercial space.
Heating System Repairs: If your heating system stops working properly, Conejo Valley Heating & Air will get your system back in action!
Heating System Maintenance: Stay warm through the cooler months with uninterrupted regular heating system maintenance from our California-licensed HVAC contractors.
Water Heater Repairs & Installs: For over 40 years, our business has been fixing and replacing water heaters and providing topmost water heater repair service throughout Ventura County!
Call our friendly, knowledgeable staff today with any inquiries or to schedule a thorough inspection at 805.499.0448.
Go-To Commercial Cooling System Professionals
Keep your offices and workplaces comfortable and efficient with AC maintenance and repair. Your employees will thank you for the convenience of cool air during the warmer months, and you will thank us for keeping your costs down with an energy-efficient system all year round. At Conejo Valley Heating & Air, our HVAC professionals can quickly diagnose and fix any issues or irregularities with your air conditioning unit or ducts.
If your business is in the market for a brand new A/C unit, our certified and experienced HVAC experts will help you navigate the process to secure the best air conditioning system for your building. Some important factors to consider when looking for a new commercial-grade cooling system include the following details:
- How many units does your business need to purchase to accommodate your commercial space?
- Where is the ideal place to install your business’ new A/C unit(s)?
Business Air Conditioning System Installations and Repairs
Conejo Valley Heating and Air understands the importance of choosing the right comfort systems to keep your commercial property cool. Our commercial air conditioning services are performed by highly trained technicians with experience in expansion and replacement of air conditioning systems. We will not only design and install your air conditioning system, but we can also suggest changes to your existing system to improve efficiency and save you money. At Conejo Valley Heating and Air, we have your best interest in mind. We install the best air conditioners when it comes to effectiveness and efficiency. At Conejo Valley Heating and Air, we’ve got your back when it comes to commercial cooling installations and repairs.
Keep Warm With Quality Commercial Heating System & Furnace Services
Commercial-grade heating systems can be quite complex and intricate. When one single component malfunctions or wears down, this can compromise your entire heating system and even the structure of your building if left unaddressed. That’s why we offer comprehensive and thorough commercial heating system services and solutions for the following:
- Heat Pumps
- Geothermal Heating Solutions
When servicing your commercial heating system, our savvy HVAC professionals take into account your city’s local climate within Ventura County and recommend annual maintenance (even in sunny Southern California) to ensure your furnace and heating components are in tip-top shape before the colder months.
Indoor Air Quality in Commercial Buildings
Heating and cooling the air in your office building is important, but there is another aspect of air quality we must not ignore when it comes to commercial heating and cooling – indoor air quality. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) places poor indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. Bacteria, mold, dust, and pollen are carried and spread through the air every time your heating and cooling system’s fan runs. Installing the correct electronic air cleaners can remove these pollutants and keep the air clean and healthy. Just give us a call and we can recommend and install the best air filtration system for your office or commercial property.
Conejo Valley Heating and Air Conditioning provides commercial heating & cooling services for many companies in our service area. You can depend on us to provide the right equipment, the best technicians, and the most cost-effective solution to your commercial heating, cooling, and air quality needs.
Contact Conejo Valley Heating and Air Conditioning today for the most trusted, reliable and professional commercial HVAC services at the best price.today!
Why Conejo Valley Heating & Air Conditioning For Your Commercial HVAC System
At this point, you might be wondering what sets Conejo Valley Heating & Air Conditioning apart from other local HVAC companies? Quite simply, we are HVAC specialists who care. With over four decades of experience in the industry and field, we can guarantee the following when it comes to commercial HVAC solutions:
- Repair & replacement of up to 25 tons in A/C and heating system equipment
- Dependable duct repair & replacement
- The best in thermostat installation & repair
- Unrivaled indoor air-quality solutions
- Free quotes and estimates for your commercial HVAC system
- Custom maintenance plans for your business or industrial site
- Licensed, certified, insured, & bonded HVAC professionals who get the job done right
- No hidden costs or fees
- 24-hour emergency repair services for commercial spaces
Does your commercial HVAC need a check-up? Call us today for an inspection, free quote, and/or second opinion at 805.499.0448!
What Sets Commercial HVAC Systems & Services Apart?
At Conejo Valley Heating & Air, we’re proud to operate as a full-service HVAC company for homeowners, property owners, and business owners throughout Ventura County. We know the ins and outs of both residential and commercial HVAC systems, providing solutions that are affordable and effective for years to come.
Here are some of the key differences between commercial and residential HVAC systems that our trained professionals are experienced and equipped to handle for your business, office, workspace, or industrial site.
It might go without saying, but residential HVAC units and systems are much smaller compared to commercial ones that need to heat or cool much more expansive spaces. Commercial HVAC systems also differ when it comes to components such as thermostats, condenser fans, compressors, evaporators, blowers and, dampers. Also, because commercial HVAC systems typically serve larger buildings and rooms, they tend to consume a lot more power than varies in scope according to your site’s function and goals.
Typically, residential HVAC units are installed outdoors in backyards or beside their corresponding homes. However, many commercial HVAC units are strategically located in swamp coolers or on the roofs of buildings for the following reasons:
- Space-saving solution
- Eliminates noise pollution within the building
- Easy-access maintenance without interrupting work or production
Besides size and scope, residential and commercial HVAC systems also vary in structure and design. More often than not, commercial HVAC units need to be more adaptable according to the following factors: the type of building, the number of occupants, and whether or not the site requires periodic or constant use. Overall, the complexity of commercial HVAC systems is determined by the function and an end goal of the business or industrial site (i.e. structure and what is manufactured or produced at a particular space). Because exhaust can be a major concern at certain commercial sites, an HVAC system may contain and require additional mechanisms and components.
For commercial HVAC systems, most components tend to be larger than that of residential units–including the drainage system. Because residential HVAC systems serve less square footage on average, they usually drain in a single pan that is placed outside the house. However, many commercial HVAC systems are comprised of multiple pipes and pans for thorough draining, ensuring total evaporation, and eliminating any possibility of overflow.
As mentioned before, the overall set-up of a commercial HVAC system highly depends on the structure of the building it’s intended to serve. That’s why the vast majority of commercial HVAC units are manufactured and designed with modular components as opposed to stand-alone residential systems. This modular approach allows for easy maintenance and opportunities for consistent upgrades for business owners and commercial property owners and managers.
Types Of Commercial HVAC Systems
All of us at Conejo Valley Heating & Air take special pride in providing quality solutions for commercial HVAC solutions. Not only are we equipped to handle commercial HVAC units and ducts of a larger scope, but we are also well-versed in the varying types of commercial HVAC systems, which we explain further in-depth below.
Are you unsure what type of HVAC system is installed and operating in your commercial facility? Contact our team of HVAC experts today for a free inspection and consultation by calling 805.499.0448.
Single Split HVAC systems are among the most popular for commercial buildings because they are the most affordable and perfect for workspaces and facilities with small offices, server rooms, shops, or restaurants. This is because single split systems are designed and structured to allow for controlling temperatures and airflow within individual rooms.
More often than not, single split systems include an air conditioning unit to cool the refrigerant as well as furnaces and an evaporator coil that will convert the refrigerant and circulate the air via ducts throughout the entire building. Occupants can control the system and adjust internal temperatures by means of a thermostat or control panel.
Here is a breakdown of the pros and cons of a single split commercial HVAC system:
- More cost-effective than central HVAC systems
- Self-contained–meaning, when one unit within the building breaks down, the others remain functional
- Every indoor unit requires an outdoor unit counterpart–this is not ideal for larger buildings that will require a greater number of units
Although very similar to single split systems, multi-splits differ in one major way–they only require a single outdoor unit per every nine indoor units. Utilizing inverter technology, these systems allow their compressor to operate at variable speeds. This is especially important because a large amount of energy is consumed in a forced-air HVAC system each time the compressor turns off and on. Within a given day, the compressor will switch back and forth as a system senses the proper temperature or the need to compensate. As a result, a multi-split system cuts down on the overall energy that is consumed since it is built with sensors that help detect even the smallest changes in temperature and make the necessary adjustments.
Additionally, the heat pumps included within multi-split systems harness the natural properties of heat to move from warm areas to cool ones, making them more cost-effective and energy-efficient than traditional furnaces and air conditioning units.
Here is a breakdown of the pros and cons of a multi-split commercial HVAC system:
- Fewer outdoor units save space and preserve the architectural aesthetic of larger commercial buildings
- Wall and ceiling mounted air conditioning units are available– as well as air curtains for entrances
- Require more pipes and ductwork than single split systems
- Higher installation costs for the additional time and labor needed
VRF / VRV
VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) and VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) both refer to the same type of commercial HVAC system and technology that was developed by Daikin, the original company that has the rights to the name. Since then, other companies began to offer similar HVAC technology and created their own terms based on the original. Now, VRF and VRV are used interchangeably throughout the HVAC industry to describe this particular type of system.
VRF and VRV HVAC technology are best suited for medium-sized to large commercial spaces such as mixed-use buildings, retail or large office spaces, or even hotels. Within the VRF and VRV category of commercial HVAC systems are two further distinctions and types–heat pump vs. heat recovery.
A heat pump VRF/VRV system provides either heating or cooling within a commercial building, which is ideal for open plan areas. Alternatively, a heat recovery VRF/VRV system is designed to provide heating and cooling simultaneously, accommodating commercial buildings with several smaller rooms. Heat recovery systems accomplish this by gathering waste heat from other areas of the building and using it to heat other rooms–and even water.
- Ability to meet heating and cooling requirements for larger buildings
- Easy-to-use, reliable, & efficient
- Easy to install and maintain
- Flexible to building size and use
- Highest in cost on the commercial HVAC market
- Larger buildings may require a backup condenser in the case of failure or power outages
Conejo Valley Heating & Air Conditioning for All of Your Commercial HVAC Needs
Do you have any additional questions about Commercial HVAC services at Conejo Valley Heating & Air? Feel free to contact us with any direct inquiries or requests by calling 805.499.0448 or sending us a message here.