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Preferred Customer Maintenance

Hurtis Heating & Air Preferred Customer Maintenance program ensures comfort and savings year-round. Our Preferred Customer Maintenance program is a proactive approach to equipment maintenance that saves your business money and keeps your tenants and employees comfortable and productive.

Services:

  • Emergency Service guarantees minimizing potential downtime
  • Longer lasting equipment protecting your investment
  • Priority service scheduling.

Periodic maintenance programs tailored to your business' needs are available.

Including:

  • Boilers & Furnaces
  • Control Systems
  • Liebert Systems
  • Make-up air units, Rooftop units, Ventilation equipment and more...

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Controls Systems Design

Controls systems designed by Hurtis Heating & Air will accommodate the variety of temperatures your business requires. Whether your needs require heating a large work environment or cooling a server room, Hurtis Heating & Air will work with your business to provide the best solution to suit your business’ needs and budget.

Replacement Equipment

Comfort and savings are your goals and ours!

Replacing your equipment can mean lower utility costs and long terms savings. Our certified Comfort Specialists will analyze your situation and recommend the right solution for your business and budget.

Hurtis Heating & Air's Commercial Division is proud of the working relationships we have built with building owners, job superintendents, general contractors and plant managers over the years. We have the expertise, tools and support necessary to exceed your expectations.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Create a healthier workplace! Get the facts on your companies Indoor Air Quality.

Did you know?

  • The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that one in three Americans who work in non-industrial buildings, such as offices, schools and hospitals, are exposed to poor indoor air quality in their workplace
  • Productivity losses among office workers from Sick Building Syndrome symptoms are costing an estimated $50 billion annually
  • U.S. Department of Energy studies suggest that improving buildings and indoor air environments could reduce health care costs and sick leave substantially. The increased worker performance would result in an estimated productivity gain of $30 to $150 billion annually.

Whether your building is new or old, the quality of air your customers and employees breathe should be evaluated and addressed. Our certified Comfort Specialists are experts in indoor air quality. We can deliver solutions to ensure your employees and customers will breathe clean air in your building.

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