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Chiller Installation in Minneapolis, MN

When you require commercial chiller installation for your Minnesota business, you can rely on Corporate Mechanical. Making the choice to cool your building with commercial chillers gives you unprecedented control over temperature, humidity, and ventilation. But for business owners still deciding whether or not to go with a commercial chilling system, making the commitment can […]

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Chiller Repair in Minneapolis, MN

Commercial Chiller Repair – 763-533-3070 Do you need commercial chiller repair services for your Minnesota business? Contact the HVAC repair professionals at Corporate Mechanical. The chiller repair professionals at Corporate Mechanical understand that when your business relies on specialized machinery, any time the machine isn’t functioning equals a loss of profit for you. We are […]

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More Ways to Prepare a Building for Winter Weather

People are usually well-versed in ways to winterize their homes, but can sometime neglect to apply the same treatment to their commercial buildings. Understanding the precautions necessary to winterize your commercial property is important to maintaining the operations of your business. Maintenance for the Building Make sure that gutters have been cleared of any objects, […]

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HVAC Refrigerant Cylinders Expected in Uniform Color By 2020

Everyone from the professional contractor to the average homeowner experiences frustration with color-coded equipment. HVAC professionals deal with an entire color wheel of refrigerant cylinder colors. There are so many, in fact, that the issue has prompted the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute to take action. New revisions in AHRI Guideline N, “Assignment of Refrigerant […]

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Higher Energy Bills Expected With Longer Winter ’16-’17 Season

Americans living from the east coast to the central plains should prepare for a long winter this year. Information released by ACCUWeather and the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) indicate we will have the coldest winter in years. By contrast, the southern portion of the country can expect a warmer and drier winter for 2016-2017. […]

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