top of page


The real question is what won't we do.  We are equipped to solve all of your commercial HVAC and refrigeration needs.  We have the veteran experience to do the jobs others can't.  

Preventative maintenance

Maintain efficiency & save on energy costs. Avoid an expensive repair or unexpected replacement by getting year-round protection with a preventative maintenance care plan for your heating & cooling system.


First, our cooling tower engineering specialists will take an overview of the cooling units as a whole, looking for any obvious issues which might have arisen since the last inspection. Before taking a closer look at the tower, safe access must be provided and everything must be switched off and disconnected to ensure the safety of the maintenance team.


The team can then clear away any debris which has accumulated in the filters and tower pack, check for cracks and splits and look for moss, slimes and the build-up of scale. Once these visual inspections are complete, the team can then move onto checking the water supply level, flow control valves and filters, gear box and the performance of moving parts such as shaft bearings and fans; look for problems with tension and check oil levels if appropriate.


Our installers don’t take shortcuts installing cooling towers. The job is done the right way and not the easy way. Our installers are paid by the hour not by the job! Their goal is to provide you with the neatest job possible.

Hours of Operation


7:00 am - 4:00 pm


7:00 am - 4:00 pm


7:00 am - 4:00 pm


7:00 am - 4:00 pm


7:00 am - 4:00 pm



Drop Us A Line!

Thanks for submitting, we will be in touch (within 48 hours)!


A cooling tower works by using water and air to transfer heat. Hot water from the process is pumped to the top of the tower and then trickled down through a series of fill media, which is exposed to air. As the water is exposed to air, a portion of it evaporates, which removes heat from the remaining water.

Regular maintenance is important for ensuring the proper operation and longevity of a cooling tower. This includes cleaning the tower, checking for leaks, and inspecting the mechanical components.

Yes, cooling towers are suitable for both commercial and industrial applications, depending on the size and output of the unit.

Veteran Experience. Expert Service.





cooling towers, commercial cooling tower, commercial HVAC

Cooling Towers

​A cooling tower is a specialized heat exchanger with which air and water are brought into direct contact with each other in order to reduce the waters temperature. ​Every cooling tower performs the same fundamental process: hot water goes in, cool water comes out. The heat transfer method depends on the type of cooling tower your facility uses,  but a lot of the underlying principles and functions are similar.

Wet Cooling Towers

​Wet cooling towers (also know as open-circuit cooling towers) are some of the most common, and they work like this: Pipes feed hot water from industrial machinery or HVAC systems into the cooling tower. The hot water drains or gets sprayed into a "spill area" where some of it evaporates and the rest collects in a basin, reducing the overall temperature of the water in the tower. Throughout this process, wet cooling towers lose water in three ways: evaporation, drift (also called “windage”), and blow-down (also called “draw-off”). This lost water is then replaced with make-up water. Wet cooling towers reduce heat through evaporative cooling. As the hot water evaporates, it gets dispersed into the atmosphere instead of recirculating into your system, so water is lost, but the overall water temperature goes down. As air flows through the cooling tower, some of the water gets blown out of the tower, so there’s some water loss due to drift.

closed-circuit cooling tower, commercial HVAC system, commecial cooling tower

What About Other Cooling Towers?

​Evaporative cooling isn’t the only way cooling towers can remove excess heat. Closed-circuit cooling towers keep the water from your industrial processes in a tube, spray the tube with cooler water, and use a fan to help transfer heat. This protects your water from potential contamination in the cooling tower or make-up water.

bottom of page