When a heating or cooling system fails in a residential home, it is a problem. At worst, the residents may have to find another place to stay until the problem can be fixed. However, when a heating or cooling system fails in a commercial building, it can be a disaster. For example, if a mall’s heater stops working the day after Thanksgiving, the mall will probably lose hundreds of customers on the busiest shopping day of the year. If a food wholesaler’s walk-in coolers stop working, the company may lose thousands of pounds of perishable products in one day. In order to keep things running smoothly, you need to choose a dependable company to take care of your commercial HVAC maintenance and repair needs. Ack-Temp Mechanical Systems is the best choice for commercial HVAC services in Chicagoland.
For over two decades, Ack-Temp has serviced all kinds of commercial facilities, from small office buildings to giant industrial plants.
We understand the complex interactions within commercial HVAC systems, we service all brands, and we can handle any kind of problem. We aim to keep our disruptions to a minimum while working so that your customers and workers can continue about their business.
Give us a call or contact us for prompt service. Our trained technicians will drive to your facility to assess your needs and suggest solutions. If you need 24-hour service, you can enroll in our Preventative Maintenance Plans, which offers other great benefits such as discounts on part and repairs and priority service. This program also includes maintenance visits from our company to perform the manufacturers’ recommended inspections for your HVAC system. Regular maintenance is a great way to reduce the need for unforeseen HVAC repairs.
All requests will be answered within one hour during business hours or by 9:00 a.m. on the next business day.
Russ, Jay, Theresa and the team at Ack-Temp did an incredible job upgrading a complex system from JCI to a much more manageable Ecobee - Internet connected system. Great design, great work, great commitment.