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The Premier Commercial HVAC Company in DFW

Commercial HVAC is not for amateurs. It takes a lot of skill and know-how to deal with the big and complicated machines that keep your business cool or cozy.

That’s why you need Emergency AC & Plumbing. We have over 30 years of experience and 100+ employees who can handle any size and complexity of commercial heating and cooling systems.

Whether you need installation, maintenance, or repair of your commercial AC or furnace, we have you covered with personalized and professional service in the Dallas – Fort Worth area. We also offer innovative HVAC solutions to improve comfort, efficiency, indoor air quality, and system reliability.

Furthermore, we’ll provide the best advice for your situation and business – trust Emergency AC & Plumbing to make your commercial HVAC service a breeze.

What We Can Do for You?

Emergency AC & Plumbing is your go-to service company for comprehensive HVAC repair services in Dallas – Fort Worth, catering specifically to our commercial clientele. We recognize the critical role a functional HVAC system plays in the seamless operation of your business. That’s why we commit to delivering dependable, professional, and swift service.

No matter the scale of the repair, from minor adjustments to major overhauls, our skilled technicians are focused on ensuring exceptional service quality and restoring your system’s functionality with minimal downtime. Entrust us with your commercial HVAC repairs and experience our dedication to excellence.

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Commercial HVAC Services We Provide
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HVAC Repair

In the Texas heat, a malfunctioning air conditioning system is bad news. You need a fast and reliable repair service to get your business back on track. That’s where we come in. We are your local experts in commercial HVAC repair. We have the experience, the equipment, and the skills to fix any problem with your heating, ventilation, or air conditioning system. Whether it’s a leak, a noise, or a malfunction, we can handle it – day or night.

HVAC Installation

Are you looking for a new commercial HVAC system for your DFW business? Do you need a professional and trustworthy installation service that can handle any project size and complexity? If you answered yes to these questions, we’re just a call away. We have the knowledge, experience, and tools to install any type of commercial building HVAC systems. Whether it’s a rooftop unit, a split system, or a ductless mini-split, we can install it – on time and within budget.

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Our Location: 4204 Garland Dr, Haltom City, TX 76117


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Whether you need us early in the morning or late in the evening, we’re here to help.

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We promise to only deliver the highest quality of service – no matter the size of the job.

Always on Time

We understand your time is valuable, that’s why we make sure to always be on time to serve you.

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Don’t Take Our Word From It, Hear What Other Businesses Have To Say

The guys that came to work on my AC were so kind! They were early each time they came to my house. They were so polite and incredibly honest about what needed to be done to my HVAC system.

Google review from Colby Faupel

From beginning (estimate) to installation,(crew were expert in all areas). Being a past quality assurance evaluater I give them an excellent rating. Will recommend to others. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long do commercial HVAC systems last?

Commercial HVAC systems are designed to last for a long time. Still, their lifespan depends on several factors, such as the system’s quality, maintenance frequency, usage patterns, and environmental conditions.

On average, a well-maintained commercial HVAC system can last for 15 to 20 years. However, some components may wear out faster than others and must be replaced sooner.

That’s why it’s essential to have regular inspections and tune-ups by a professional HVAC service like Emergency AC & Plumbing.

Is their commercial services you don't provide?

Although we are trained to handle any type of HVAC job in the DFW area, we don’t work on any system over 25 tons, refrigeration, or restaurants.

How often should commercial HVAC filters be changed?

Commercial HVAC filters are essential for maintaining good indoor air quality and preventing dust and debris from clogging up your system.

However, over time, filters can get dirty and reduce the airflow and efficiency of your system. That’s why you should change your commercial HVAC filters regularly, depending on the type of filter, the size of your system, and the level of contaminants in your building.

As a general rule of thumb, you should change your commercial HVAC filters every month or every quarter.

However, if you notice any signs of reduced performance, increased energy bills, or poor air quality, you may need to change them more often. Our commercial HVAC contractors in Dallas-Fort Worth can help you choose suitable filters for your system and replace them.

What are the different types of commercial HVAC systems?

Commercial HVAC systems come in different shapes and sizes to suit different needs and preferences.

Some of the most common types of commercial HVAC systems are:

  • Rooftop units: These are self-contained units that are installed on the roof of your building. They can provide heating, cooling, and ventilation for your entire space or specific zones.
  • Split systems: These systems have separate indoor and outdoor units connected by refrigerant lines. They can provide heating and cooling for individual rooms or areas.
    Ductless mini-splits: These systems have small indoor units mounted on the wall or ceiling and connected to an outdoor unit by refrigerant lines. They can provide heating and cooling for individual rooms or areas without requiring ductwork.
  • Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems: These systems have multiple indoor units connected to one or more outdoor units by refrigerant lines. They can provide heating and cooling for different zones simultaneously with varying levels of capacity and temperature.

Emergency AC & Plumbing can help you choose the best commercial HVAC system for your business based on your budget, space, and comfort needs.