Commercial Heat Pump Services
As the local leading resource for commercial HVAC solutions, AAA Heating & Cooling is prepared to assist you with your commercial heating and cooling needs.
The right rooftop heat pump will allow you to conserve energy and efficiently heat & cool your commercial space. Let us help you choose the right commercial heat pump to accommodate the unique needs of your business.
Our Commercial Heat Pump Options
When selecting a new commercial rooftop heat pump, it’s important to choose a system powerful enough to heat and cool your building. Finding one that’s cost-effective and energy-efficient is a great bonus.
At AAA, we carry a variety of commercial rooftop heat pumps from Daikin, including:
- VRV IV Heat Pump units can power up to 34 tons of capacity from a single piping network
- W-Series VRV Heat Pump units can provide heating and cooling simultaneously to suit zone requirements
- SkyAir Inverter Heat Pump units provide a comfortable environment in addition to substantial energy savings over conventional air conditioning
We offer light commercial and large-capacity heat pumps that cater to businesses of any size. With over 60 years of experience in the HVAC industry, we believe Daikin offers the most reliable, efficient, and cost-effective commercial heating and cooling units on the market.
Thanks to advancements in HVAC technology, commercial heat pump units on the market today are extremely powerful, reliable, and energy-efficient. Some Daikin heat pumps are available with smart refrigeration technology that automatically adapts to the unique climate requirements of your building, significantly reducing seasonal heating and cooling costs. It’s like AI for your HVAC… cool, right?
Contact our skilled advisors today and let us help you find the right commercial heat pump solution for your business needs.
Commercial Heat Pump Repair & Maintenance
Regular maintenance and cleaning are essential to keeping your commercial heat pump running efficiently and extending the lifespan of your unit.
Between professional maintenance appointments:
- Check to ensure your heat pump is not in contact with any foliage or shrubbery
- Clean the outdoor coils if they accumulate dirt or grime
- Check for snow or ice buildup during winter
If you’re experiencing issues with your commercial heat pump, check our quick troubleshooting guide to help with common problems. If, after troubleshooting, you are still experiencing issues with your unit, call the experts at AAA Heating & Cooling, and we’ll help get your unit back in business.
Our Commercial Heat Pump Promise
AAA Heating & Cooling proudly offers installation of new commercial heat pumps as well as service for existing heat pumps. We’re experienced in repairing virtually any brand of HVAC system, even if we don’t carry it ourselves. To learn more about commercial rooftop AC units for your Portland or Beaverton area business, contact us today!
Commercial Heat Pump FAQ
How Long Will My Commercial Heat Pump Last?
Generally, you can expect your commercial heat pump will last around 15 years. Factors that will affect how long your unit will last include:
- Quality of the unit and components
- Quality of installation
- Unit size, and more
Do I Need to Cover My Heat Pump in Winter?
While you may want to protect your unit from winter weather, it’s not a good idea to cover your rooftop heat pump.
Heat pumps pull outside air in and they release exhaust through the top vents. If you were to cover these vents, your unit would not function properly and it could cause costly damage.
When Should You Replace a Commercial Heat Pump?
With regular repairs and maintenance, your heat pump can quite some time. But, as your unit nears the general 15-year lifespan, you may notice the need for repairs becoming more frequent and the cost of those repairs rising.
At that point, it’s usually wise to weigh the cost of continued repairs against the cost of a new unit. Buying a new, more efficient unit with a new warranty may be the best solution to help you lower costs.
Do Heat Pumps Work in Freezing Temperatures?
Yes! Forget the notion that heat pumps don’t work well in colder climates. Even if the air feels cold, there’s plenty of energy for a properly installed commercial heat pump to use to heat your business.
Will Installing a Commercial Heat Pump Decrease Our Carbon Footprint?
If you’re in the market for a heating system that can reduce energy costs and usage while also reducing your carbon emissions, a commercial heat pump is a great solution. Contact the experts at AAA Heating & Cooling for more information.