Tampa commercial heating and cooling systems, refrigeration, ventilation, air conditioning and maintenance.
3H AC has kept commercial HVAC systems humming since 1972. We know how important climate control is for every company, whether for customers and employees or for products. We have expert technicians on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve businesses small and large.
We are equipped to handle any commercial HVAC requirement, large or small, new or used.
Our technicians are NATE certified and some of the best in the commercial heating and air conditioning industry. We continuously train on the latest technology and repair techniques to make sure we provide the most efficient service on all major brands of commercial air conditioning units.
When the life of your commercial HVAC unit is nearing the end, we can help you select the right size and most efficient replacement unit for your business. Our experienced technicians can perform rooftop installations for any type of building including retail centers, commercial office complexes, restaurants and more.
We offer affordable maintenance contracts to keep your heating, cooling and ventilation equipment running smoothly. We offer 24-hour emergency service 7 days a week, with no overtime charges, but we like to be proactive and do detailed inspections when we are onsite to make sure you have very few HVAC-related emergencies.
There is a science to selecting the right HVAC equipment and ductwork for your commercial building. Our highly experienced engineers will ensure that you have the proper equipment tonnage and correct air flow for your commercial space to maintain a comfortable, energy-efficient, cost-effective, and safely ventilated business environment.
Business Automation Services (BAS for short) integrate your building’s HVAC equipment, as well as other systems like lighting, video, security, sprinklers and more. Having one centralized location to monitor all your systems, including remotely, will lower your utility costs and allow you to find potential issues with a system quickly.
Using energy efficient products such as solar attic fans and Icynene foam can help you save money on your commercial HVAC cooling and heating costs. New technologies are being developed every day and 3HAC takes great pride in keeping up with and offering green, energy-efficient heating, cooling and ventilation options for your commercial buildings.
We Provide Repair, Installation and Maintenance on Most Commercial Systems Including:
- Trane Air Conditioners and Furnaces
- Mitsubishi Mr. Slim Ductless Air Conditioner Units
- Liebert Computer Room Cooling Units
- McQuay Air Handlers and Chillers
- Lennox Furnaces and Air Conditioning
- York Air Conditioning
- Samsung minisplits
- Cooper Hunter Minisplits
- FHP (Florida Heat Pump)
We are frequently asked this question:
How Does a Commercial HVAC System Work?
HVAC is short for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. HVAC systems work to control the temperature, humidity and air quality within a commercial building to provide a comfortable and clean environment.
Heating systems use water, radiator coils, or a gas system to heat the air in the building.
Ventilation systems work by filtering contaminated air out of the building. Fans also circulate the internal air. Without proper ventilation, your building may have odors, mold and possibly unsafe airborne particles like the Covid-19 virus.
Air Conditioning systems lower the temperature by passing air through water-cooled or refrigeration systems, which also removes excess moisture from the air during the process.
And this question:
How Many Types of Commercial HVAC Systems Are There?
- Single split HVAC systems are designed for a single space and are the most popular and affordable units for smaller commercial buildings such as small offices, commercial shops, server rooms, and restaurants. Each system has an indoor unit that cools or heats ambient air with a heat exchanger, plus an outdoor unit that dissipates the heat and lets refrigerant flow back into the indoor unit. A standard thermostat controls the system.
- Least expensive system to install
- If you have more than one system, one unit breaks, the other unit(s) will continue to work
- Takes up more space outside because you need one external unit for every internal unit
- Multi-split HVAC systems are often used in commercial buildings with large rooms, several stories, and/or different climate zones. The system allows you to connect up to nine indoor units to just one large outdoor unit, providing the opportunity to control the temperature on a room by room basis.
- Much higher energy efficiency than a single split system
- Can condition more space without increasing the outdoor footprint
- Installation cost is higher than a single split system
- The outdoor unit can be a single source of failure for up to nine spaces
- VRF HVAC systems, short for variable refrigerant flow systems, or VRV (variable refrigerant volume) systems are best for larger office buildings, hotels, or retail spaces. These systems come with either a heat pump that can provide hot or cold air, or a heat recovery system that can provide heating and cooling to different rooms at once by delivering warm air extracted from one part of the building in the process of cooling the air to another part of the building in need of the warm air.