As a third-generation, family owned company, RESSAC helps San Jose, CA building tenants, business property owners and facility managers keep their commercial HVAC & refrigeration systems running.
Read the reviews from our San Jose, CA commercial customers to learn more about our low-priced, high-quality design, commissioning, installation, maintenance, monitoring and repair work.
for San Jose, CA
Ken - San Jose, CA
I never see the bill so I can't answer question 2
On arrival, checked in with IVR and service manager. Gained roof access. Disconnected power from unit. Installed on/off service switch. Removed old motor. Installed new motor. Returned power to unit. Checked operations. Unit is operational. Obtained signature on work acknowledgment. Checked out with IVR.
Commercial Energy Management System job walk in San Jose, California. Inspected all equipment for 3 buildings, confirmed AC unit data, inspected the existing control system located in the boiler room. Mapped out site for upcoming installation. Follow-up visit to be scheduled once EMS equipment is delivered.
AC service technician arrived for a survey at a cell phone store in San Clara county. Customer requested a thorough inspection of the heating components. Tech checked all heating items, no issues with the heat exchanger, gas valves and line were fine. Burners and gas pilots also OK. Unit not in need of replacement.
RESSAC AC technicians were dispatched to an auto dealership in San Jose, CA. Service department was no longer cooling. Three ICP HVAC units were down. RTU #4 had the programming set incorrectly on the thermostat. Unit #3 was not receiving line voltage, breakers operating but only intermittently. Breaker was reset and customer notified to request an electrician to address the breaker panel. RTU #2 was also down with a failed control board, which was quoted for the customer to approve. Area returned to partial cooling, awaiting customer approval for remaining repairs.
RESSAC HVAC technician arrived at insurance firm to inspect and repair a downed AC unit. Tech found that the unit was not receiving any gas from the building and notified the manager to have the property owner have their gas turned on.