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If you own a company, then you know how important it is that your heating and air conditioning system runs smoothly. One of the biggest complaints of customers and employees is that your store is too hot or too cold. At C&L Services, we provide the highest quality commercial HVAC services in the Upstate.

Because you’re cooling and heating such a large area, energy efficiency is important to you. Someone with a 1,500 square foot home may not realize the benefit of energy efficiency as much a commercial location will.

Whether you need your HVAC system repaired, replaced or just serviced, call and speak with one of our skilled technicians. Our expert technicians are trained to handle just about any HVAC situation they encounter.

Contact us today at (864) 375-6599 to schedule your free estimate.

How Do You Know When Your HVAC System Isn’t Working?

Commercial HVAC system in Anderson.
If you need information about commercial HVAC services call C&L Services today.

When you run a business, you have to deal with numerous moving parts. You’re handling client issues, employee concerns and running your business all at the same time. We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why we make every effort to come out and diagnose your problem right away. We work hard to fix the problem as quickly as possible without sacrificing safety and efficiency.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when wondering if your HVAC system needs repair or commercial HVAC services:

It’s very loud

Your system will not make a lot of noise if it’s running properly. If you hear noise coming from your main unit, you need to call and have one of our technicians take a look at it.

Your employees are complaining more than normal

Employees will find something to complain about no matter what. But, if your staff is complaining about the temperature in your shop, there may be a problem.

Your utility bills go through the roof

If you notice that your utility bills keep going up, your system isn’t running efficiently. It may be time to have us come out and look for any leaks or other issues.

Leaks or Dripping

If you see that you have leaks when your AC is running, you may have a problem. Leaks and excess condensation is a sign of too much moisture. You should have our experienced HVAC technicians come and check it out.

Bad Smells

If your AC or heating unit is giving off a bad smell, you could have a problem. This could be a sign that you have mold or a refrigerant leak. Let one of our expert staff look to see if you need your unit repaired or replaced.

Contact C&L Services for Your Commercial HVAC Services

Commercial HVAC system being serviced in Anderson.
Contact C&L Services today for your commercial HVAC service needs.

Whether your HVAC system is on the fritz or you’re looking for better indoor air quality, contact our heating & air professionals at C&L Services today. We understand how important your heating and cooling system is to your company. It can mean the difference between making a sale or losing a client.

Our HVAC technicians are trained in the latest technologies. We will diagnose your problems and have them fixed in no time. We service all of Upstate South Carolina and the surrounding area.

You can count on the professionals at C&L Services to give you an honest, fair and accurate estimate. We’re familiar with all energy-efficient units and can give you an honest appraisal of your current heating and cooling system.

Call today and schedule a free consultation. We’re available 7 days a week for emergency calls.

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