Expert Commercial HVAC Maintenance for All Types of Systems in the Wasatch Front region

When your commercial HVAC system needs service in the Wasatch Front region, it can cost you as a business owner.

Regular maintenance from Barlow Service Experts can help. Our tune-ups make it less difficult to catch expensive issues before they arise. They could also lengthen the usefulness of your HVAC equipment while helping you save more on energy costs.

That’s a victory for your bottom line.

Our HVAC specialists can do precautionary tune-ups for any brand of equipment. We have each type of HVAC system covered—from air conditioners to rooftop units.

Plus, all of our service technicians have attained NATE certification. Achieving this gold standard means they’re well-equipped to provide skilled service.

We’re confident you’ll be happy with our quality work. So sure, we back it with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for one year.*

Our Exclusive Perks for Maintenance Plan Members

With our Expert Planned Service Agreement, you’ll have more time to concentrate on your business. Let us take care of your HVAC maintenance.

When you register for our program, you’ll receive:

  • Priority service status
  • Live customer service
  • Multi-unit discounts
  • And more!

You’ll also have the bonus of potentially bigger energy savings. That’s because appropriately maintained heating and cooling equipment runs more efficiently.

What You Can Expect During Regular Maintenance

During regular maintenance, our professionals will carefully examine your system’s components. They’ll also clean and lubricate moving parts.

These are some of the parts we’ll inspect on your equipment:

  • Air filter
  • Belts
  • Blower and burner assembly
  • Coil
  • Combustion blower housing
  • Compressor
  • Condensate line
  • Control box, wiring and other safety controls
  • Drain pan
  • Evaporator coil
  • Fan motor and blades
  • Flue and duct systems
  • Heat exchanger
  • Ignition system
  • Safety controls, wiring and connections

We’ll also gage the unit’s refrigerant level and recharge it, if required.

If your system is older or frequently having issues, our Experts can suggest whether it’s better to repair or replace it.