Since you own or manage a commercial building, you understand the importance of your HVAC system. Moreover, if you own a retail establishment or restaurant your HVAC system is critical to your business. That is why you need fast and professional HVAC technicians that understand that removing and replacing your old HVAC unit during the off hours and getting ready for the next business day is critical to your businesses survival.

The Cajun Air techs make sure that your commercial property is as comfortable during every season. With over 100 years of combined service experience Cajun Air is the commercial HVAC replacement specialist to call for all your commercial air conditioning and heating installation and replacement needs.

Whether your business needs a brand new system or a whole or partial replacement, we have the staff and up to date training necessary to get your job done right. Contact us today to discuss what we can do for your commercial HVAC installation and replacement needs.

  • Commercial HVAC Unit Installs
  • Commercial Ventilation Installation
  • Commercial Refrigeration Installation
  • Restaurant Ventilation

We are licensed and insured commercial HVACR replacement specialist and backk our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Cajun Air HVACR Maintenance

Cajun Air believes strongly in preventative maintenance for commercial heating, air, and refrigeration needs. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure in the HVACR world. Our goal to is to get the most out of your existing system and save you downtime and money.

Gas Heat Preventative Maintenance Inspection List

  • Replace all filters with deluxe pleated 2 inches if available.
  • Install flow plus drain tabs for drain overflow protection.
  • Check all high and low voltage wire connections.
  • Check all high and low voltage wire connections.
  • Lubricate all motors and bearings if needed.
  • Check all belt tension and replace if needed.
  • Check all pulleys and sheaves for groove wear and vibration.
  • Check all pressure readings on all compressor stages.
  • Do compression ratio test
  • Check temperature difference.
  • Clean return grills.
  • Check code records on control board if available.
  • Check economizer operation.
  • Check condenser coil airflow for proper heat exchange.
  • Clean condenser coil if needed.
  • Check fresh air intake filters and clean if needed.
  • Check all refrigerant lines for vibration wear.w plus drain tabs for drain overflow protection.
  • Check entire unit for natural weather damages. All high and low voltage wire connections.
  • Clean out and clear all drain lines.
  • Check thermostat for proper operation.
  • Place unit in cooling operation and monitor.
  • Check and verify thermostat and controls operation.
  • Inspect al fan brackets and motor support for proper integrity.
  • Verify all fans operating properly in response to controls.
  • Check crankcase heaters.
  • Verify that all panels secured to unit with proper fastening materials.
  • Provide a written report of work completed and indicated all detected deficiencies.