Engineered Cooling delivers value beyond an HVAC service agreement. We help reduce the cost and worry of owning and operating your facility. Our skilled technicians keep mission critical facilities running at peak performance.
"Engineered Cooling is valuable and preferred vendor/partner... minimizing downtime in our central chilled water plants and reducing operating costs of equipment."
Purchasing Manager, Multinational Pulp & Paper Company
Engineered Cooling Service is an HVAC repair company that helps building managers maintain a safe and healthy environment for industrial and commercial facilities in the Southeast. From manufacturing to education, hundreds of clients rely on our knowledgeable and experienced HVAC technicians to work safely and protect the infrastructure of each building.
We have a full-time safety director on staff to manage safety training programs, safety compliance, and understand the latest safety regulations. This in-house resource provide our clients with the peace of mind that their equipment is being maintained with safe operation in mind.
OSHA's regulatory requirements form the minimum starting point for our safety programs. Additional steps are always taken to ensure that every Engineered Cooling associate has the tools, training and equipment to perform their job safely and securely.
Engineered Cooling Services' safety programs begin during the new hire orientation process ensuring you reliable services and peace of mind throughout every associate's career.
Since taking over the maintenance at the facility, emergency repair calls have dropped over 51% and continue to fall. Downtime has decreased dramatically at the plant, leading to more capacity and more output for SPP.
We know the path to energy sustainability is a journey not an event. We partner with each client to analyze their utility bills, identify no-cost/low-cost savings opportunities, implement operations and maintenance practices and identify system upgrades and retrofits with a return on investment.
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