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  • Big Rapids
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Refrigeration and Mechanical Services

12187 Stacey Woods Ct North
Greenville, MI 48838

Phone: (616) 350-9175

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, providing answers to common questions about our commercial refrigeration services and solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I lower my facility’s energy costs?

    There are many ways to lower energy costs. We provide services such as, retrofitting and modifications, HVAC load calculations, energy management consultation, and can offer a second opinion on any project. We’re here to assist you and help save your organization valuable resources.

  • Several factors need to be calculated to know the exact length of time it will take to receive a return on your energy costs. We provide accurate assessments to determine how soon your organization could see a return.

  • No, there are several different types of geothermal systems designed for specific applications. It is very important to have the right system to meet your needs and see a return on your investment as soon as possible.

  • Unfortunately, there isn’t one single way to determine the size of system for your facility. There are many factors to consider when choosing the right refrigeration system for your organization. Our experts can guide you along the decision making process and make an accurate recommendation.

  • An HVAC load calculation is a mathematical calculation of how much heating and cooling a system must deliver to create a comfortable environment. Many factors go into consideration when determining the load of your facility. For example, the square footage, number and size of windows, size and number of rooms, type and amount of insulation, and several other factors. Our experienced technicians are able to determine and accurate load calculation for your facility.

  • A controlled atmosphere is an agriculture storage method. Controlled atmospheres regulate the levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen to maintain consistent temperatures and humidity levels to store any specific type of produce.

  • Hydrocooling is a method of cooling and preserving fruits and vegetables done by spraying the product with water and cooling it quickly. The process delays natural deterioration and lengthens shelf life, also allowing more flexibility in harvesting and shipping.