Handling Chiller Repairs and Rebuilds With a Trusted Service Provider

March 5, 2020
James Kent


When it’s time for chiller repairs or a rebuild, that situation requires immediate resolution from the facilities manager. Does that mean a potentially time-consuming wait for the manufacturer to provide a solution? It doesn’t have to be.

The team at NAC Mechanical discussed chiller repairs and maintenance and addressed the need to go straight to the manufacturer for help. The good news? In most cases, a non-OEM contractor/service provider can handle a customer’s chiller repair and maintenance needs.

What services do trusted HVAC service providers like NAC Mechanical provide?

  • Well-rounded technicians trained on all the different manufacturers’ chillers and related HVAC equipment
  • Experience with chiller repairs and rebuilds
  • Detailed assessments on what a chiller needs for maintenance, repair or rebuild

The next time the chiller goes down, remember; getting it back up and running doesn’t require a lot of hassle trying to get the manufacturer to provide a solution. Just contact a trusted service provider.

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