commercial chiller contractor eugene oregon

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Do you require ample cooling for large space?


Maintenance is essential to keep your comfort system in premium operation year around. The experienced technicians at Oregon Hydronics & Heating & Air will ensure that these important elements function property and result in the saving on your energy costs in the future.

eugene oregon commercial chiller contractor

Cooling towers and chiller pumps are a necessary part of the re-circulating system. These systems must be maintained on a timely, regular basis. This is because pumps are an important part of the air circulation comfort systems of most commercial buildings. They should flawlessly re-circulate water through HVAC/R equipment.

We make sure of your system running smoothly by offering major and minor services.

Our Commercial Chiller Services include:

  • Installation
  • Rebuilds
  • Overhauls
  • Teardowns
  • Retrofits
  • Chiller repair
  • Re-tube
  • Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance Inspections are available

  • Annually
  • Semi-Annual
  • Quarterly
  • Monthly

Oregon Hydronics Heating & Air technicians will sample the system’s oil and provide you with a with laboratory analysis, vibration analysis and non-desructructive eddy current tube testing.

We use of state of the art diagnostic equipment for preventative maintenance and troubleshooting.

During the summer months, you rely on your air conditioner to keep you comfortable day after day. When it doesn’t work, it can leave you feeling extremely uncomfortable! Has your air conditioning system stopped working the way it used too? Or, is it making strange sounds when you turn it on?

Consider our team at Oregon Hydronics, where we can provide you with high-quality, dependable commercial chiller service in Eugene Oregon.

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We the leading commercial chiller contractor in Eugene Oregon!


3498 W 1st Ave Suite 1, Eugene, OR, 97402

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