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Commercial HVAC Services

Heating and Air problems can be extremely harmful for any business. Whether you have products or other items that need to be kept at consistent temperatures, or employees and clients that need to be comfortable, we can get your HVAC system up and running in record time!

We provide design, building, service and maintenance for:

  • Chillers
  • Boilers
  • Pneumatic & DDC Controls
  • Air-Handlers
  • Package Roof-tops
  • Heat Pumps
  • CRAC Units
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Cooling Towers
  • Air-Filters
  • Recommissioning services
Did you know?
One of the earliest practical refrigeration machines was built by physician John Gorrie in 1834. He used it to make ice to cool the air for patients with yellow fever.
Did you know?
Regular maintenance on refrigeration units can increase your system’s efficiency and prevent damages that lead to loss of materials and violation of temperature compliance.
Did you know?
The process of liquefying gas is the basis of modern refrigeration technology. This process was patented by Carl von Linden, German engineer, in 1876.
Did you know?
In 1889 and 1890, warm winters created severe shortages of natural ice in the U.S. This increased the usage of mechanical refrigeration for freezing and storage in the fish, brewing, dairy, and meat industries. Commercial refrigeration techniques were also applied to railroad cars and grocery store coolers.
Did you know?
Around 500 B.C. the Egyptians and Indians made ice on cold nights by setting water out in earthenware pots and keeping the pots wet.

Whether you need one time maintenence, or want to sign up for our planned service agreements, CTC is here for all of your commercial and industrial refrigeration needs.

Contact us today for a free estimate on your current needs, or to establish a continuing working relationship.

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