Trusted Commercial HVAC Services in St. Louis, MO
Keeping your employees, guests, and customers comfortable is an essential aspect of any business. A broken-down air conditioner or heating system isn’t just inconvenient, it can directly lead to business downtime and lost profits. That’s why it’s essential to have a trustworthy commercial HVAC team that you can rely on. Metro Heating & Cooling has proudly served St. Louis-area businesses and commercial properties since 1982, and we’ve earned a reputation as the best commercial service provider in the area!
To schedule commercial heating or cooling services in St. Louis, call Metro Heating & Cooling at (314) 845-5900 or contact us online.
Commercial Systems We Serve
Our commercial HVAC technicians are experts in their field. Each of our team members is highly trained in order to serve a wide range of commercial heating and cooling systems, including:
- Central air conditioners
- Heat pumps
- Ductless mini-splits
- Rooftop HVAC units
Commercial Heating Services
Missouri can get extremely cold, so having a well-working heating system is a must for any business in the St. Louis area. Metro Heating & Cooling provides top-notch commercial heating services that are sure to keep your commercial property warm and cozy. Whether you have a furnace that’s making odd noises or a boiler that’s on its last legs, our team can help.
Schedule a heating installation, repair, or maintenance in St. Louis by calling (314) 845-5900 or contacting us online today.
Commercial Air Conditioning
After a hot day in the Missouri sun, customers want to be greeted with a cool blast of air conditioning when entering your business. Without proper air conditioning, employees will have a hard time focusing and productivity can drop. To ensure your commercial property has the cool air it needs, Metro Heating & Cooling provides comprehensive commercial AC services, including:
For reliable commercial air conditioner services in St. Louis, call (314) 845-5900 or contact us online today.
24/7 Commercial HVAC Repairs
When something goes wrong with your HVAC system, Metro Heating & Cooling provides fast, efficient, and reliable repairs. Our team is here for you 24/7 if your dealing with an air conditioning or heating emergency.
Keep an eye out for the following signs that your commercial HVAC systems need repair:
- Lack of heat or air conditioning
- Problems with startup
- Leaking water or refrigerant around unit
- Breakers tripping when unit turns on
- Uneven heating or cooling
- Loud noises when in operation
If you notice these signs or others, call (314) 845-5900 or contact us online to schedule HVAC repairs in the St. Louis area.
Choose Metro Heating & Cooling for Commercial HVAC Services
If you’re searching for a commercial HVAC contractor in the St. Louis area, look no further than family-owned and -operated Metro Heating & Cooling. We’ve been serving the greater St. Louis area for over 35 years, and we’ve built a reputation on reliability, punctuality, and top-quality customer service. Our experts provide the best service at the fairest prices, ensuring we meet the unique needs of your business or property.
To schedule your commercial HVAC repair, replacement, or installation, give us a call at (314) 845-5900 or schedule an appointment online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there different types of commercial HVAC systems?
HVAC systems include single-split or multi-split ductless systems and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) or variable refrigerant velocity (VRV) systems.
How do you size a commercial HVAC system?
A professional technician should determine the recommended HVAC unit size for your property. HVAC units sized too small will constantly run, leading to excess wear and tear, which will shorten their life span.
If sized too big, the HVAC will cycle on/off frequently, causing higher energy costs and breakdowns.
Do I need to clean my commercial HVAC coils?
Your commercial HVAC coils must be checked for debris and cleaned annually because dirt traces can reduce performance.
They require refrigerant-packed coils to transfer air inside/outside and can accumulate dirt, which you want to avoid.