Manhattan Beach’s Commercial Refrigeration & AC Experts

Manhattan Beach, CA business & property owners in need of HVAC, control system or refrigeration repair, design, installation, maintenance, monitoring, or retrofits have called RESSAC first for the past 90 years. That’s because we are a third-generation, family owned company that prides itself in exceptional customer support, timely response and quality service. Don’t take our word for it, read our reviews below to learn more.

Local Reviews
for Manhattan Beach, CA

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 4 customer reviews

Fast, effective, and efficient...




I came in to work this morning and found out that one of the freezers in my center was down. Frank showed up and got the freezer back up and running, as well as put into place preventive measures so the issue would not happen again. Same day I'm up and running. Thanks so much for all the work you did!


Response from RESSAC Climate Control:

Hi Jared, glad to hear Franco was able to get your freezer up and running again before the weekend, and thank you for the awesome review!


Great service, very thorough





Response from RESSAC Climate Control:

Hi Veronica, thank you very much for the positive review of Franco's visit! We're glad he was able to resolve that leaking cooler issue for you.


Great service, very thorough





Response from RESSAC Climate Control:

Hi LaReina, thank you very much for the feedback on Franco's visit!


Sergio was great




He did an extra small repair he noticed that he was not called out for, thank you!


Response from RESSAC Climate Control:

Glad to hear that our techs are going above and beyond to service your ac!


Franco M.

Franco M.

A Manhattan Beach, CA, weight loss center reported one of their True freezer's was sparking every time the door was opened. Upon arrival, our technician found shorted wiring that he was able to repair. He also replaced the flat washers for the door heater. Unit is operating normally now.

Near N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - A Manhattan Beach, CA, weight loss center reported one of their True freezer's was sparking every time the door was opened. Upon arrival, our technician found shorted wiring that he was able to repair. He also replaced the flat washers for the door heater. Unit is operating normally now.
Franco M.

Franco M.

Quoted air conditioning repairs scheduled for a weight loss center in Manhattan Beach, California. Their #2 ICP unit had a failed disconnect box, blown fuses and contactor that needed replacement. After making repairs, the tech tested the system and cycled. Unit running normally now.

Near N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - Quoted air conditioning repairs scheduled for a weight loss center in Manhattan Beach, California. Their #2 ICP unit had a failed disconnect box, blown fuses and contactor that needed replacement. After making repairs, the tech tested the system and cycled. Unit running normally now.
Franco M.

Franco M.

Dispatched our Manhattan Beach, CA, refrigeration technician back to a juice shop to complete approved repairs. The condensate pan heater had failed, and technician had to replace the heater. Cycled and tested drainage, walk-in cooler working normally again.

Near Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - Dispatched our Manhattan Beach, CA, refrigeration technician back to a juice shop to complete approved repairs. The condensate pan heater had failed, and technician had to replace the heater. Cycled and tested drainage, walk-in cooler working normally again.
Franco M.

Franco M.

A juice bar in Manhattan Beach, California, requested service for their walk-in cooler that was leaking water. Tech arrived onsite and inspected the True cooler. Technician found the condensate pan full and the line clogged. After clearing the clogged, tested drainage and confirmed clear. Also found that the drain heater was defective, causing initial icing backup. Will quote for drain heater replacement to customer.

Near Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - A juice bar in Manhattan Beach, California, requested service for their walk-in cooler that was leaking water. Tech arrived onsite and inspected the True cooler. Technician found the condensate pan full and the line clogged. After clearing the clogged, tested drainage and confirmed clear. Also found that the drain heater was defective, causing initial icing backup. Will quote for drain heater replacement to customer.
Michael M.

Michael M.

Los Angeles area AC tech responded to a cooler leaking water at a juice bar. The technician found the drain pan heater not working correctly due to float switch being misaligned. Tech adjusted the float and tested. Drain heater turned back on as expected. No other issues found, unit draining normally now.

Near Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - Los Angeles area AC tech responded to a cooler leaking water at a juice bar. The technician found the drain pan heater not working correctly due to float switch being misaligned. Tech adjusted the float and tested. Drain heater turned back on as expected. No other issues found, unit draining normally now.
Sergio J.

Sergio J.

A/C maintenance tech received request for maintenance at a weight loss center in Manhattan Beach, California. Upon arrival, he changed filters, performed a thorough visual inspection and found that the unit had no other issues and was running properly.

Near N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Sergio J.

Sergio J.

Commercial HVACR tech responded to call for service at a juicery in Manhattan Beach, California to repair a cooler that was leaking water. Drain pan was cleaned and condenser was blown out with CO2. After leak was cleared, unit was verified as working optimally.

Near Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Manhattan Beach, CA - Commercial HVACR tech responded to call for service at a juicery in Manhattan Beach, California to repair a cooler that was leaking water. Drain pan was cleaned and condenser was blown out with CO2. After leak was cleared, unit was verified as working optimally.