Designing a Customized Building Solution

Commercial buildings bring different considerations for an appropriate HVAC system than what a typical homeowner in a residential setting may expect.

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What Is the Valor VIP Preventative Maintenance Plan and Why Do You Need It?

Preventative Maintenance is available for your Rochester home or business HVAC system. Contact Valor Mechanical today add let us help you with your HVAC system.

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Thank Goodness Your Pipes Didn't Freeze: On To Spring Maintenance

The mechanical systems in your commercial building will last as long as you take proper care of them with routine maintenance according to the recommendations of the designer.

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When and Why to Choose an Experienced Contractor instead of a Handyman

Although your building needs a maintenance person on a daily basis, sometimes you need a specialty contractor to conduct the job at hand.

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4 Signs Your Heating System Isn't Efficient

Your commercial heating system could be costing your business money. Get an energy-efficient system and reduce how much it costs to heat your business.

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Save Money and Energy With a New Heating and Cooling System

Winter is here, and weather predictions indicate a harsher winter this year. With the potential for frigid temperatures, snow, and ice, it’s imperative that you and your family remain warm throughout the winter. A new heating system may be just the addition you need to save money and reduce the amount of energy you use.

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Commercial HVAC: Start to Finish

Installing a residential HVAC system takes a particular talent and specialized knowledge, but is also fairly straightforward as the contractor picks a unit appropriate for the size of the home and installs ducts and vents according to building code. Commercial HVAC systems, although it follows the same concept to some extent, becomes a much more intricate process simply because of the size of commercial buildings and the way in which space is used, whether for storefronts, offices, manufacturing and warehouse areas, or a combination.

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What To Do when Your Heat Goes Out

It can be a scary prospect when your heating stops working in the winter. Depending on where you live along with physical conditions of people who live with you, losing a heat source can be a dangerous situation. An inherent problem with a heating failure is it tends to happen when you need it the most, or else it happens while you're asleep or at work and don't have a chance to address the issue until the house is already too cold to stay in.

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