We are the leaders in HVAC, Cold Store, and Solar in the Central Valley.
Cold Storage is a process of moving heat from one location to another in controlled conditions. The work of heat transport is traditionally driven by mechanical work, electricity, or laser.
Solar power is the conversion of energy from sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power. We are your solar experts.
We are the leaders in HVAC, Cold Storage, and Solar in the Central Valley.
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.
WHO WE SERVE
We serve various residential, commercial and industrial HVAC, cold storage and solar requirements.
Offering professional residential services at a competitive rate, as home owners ourselves, Consolidated Services continues to provide a personal touch to all your heating and air conditioning needs.
Maintaining a comfortable environment for you, your clients and customers is Consolidated Service's goal. Eliminate emergency service calls on all of your equipment with our quarterly check-ups. If an emergency does arise, we’ll be there 24/7.
Specializing in Industrial Cold Storage Design, Installation and Service, Consolidated Services can show you how our Energy Efficient Capacity Controls can provide significant savings on your energy bills.
Ammonia, Freon, Nitrogen, Co2
Consolidated Services designs, installs, and repairs all types of cooling systems with the above mentioned refrigerants.
Also due to increasingly strict and expensive refrigerant regulations an option to help lessen the regulation burdens is to convert your existing system to Glycol Cooling.
Food grade glycol replaces the current refrigerant that your cooling coils now have, there by lessening the amount of system refrigerant by up to 75% and giving you the same cooling effect you now have which will lessen the risk and easing the strict regulations.
The refrigerant will be confined to the compressor and equipment area, no longer running through out all of your cooling rooms. Low temperature glycol would now be circulating through room coils rather than refrigerant.
Another advantage glycol cooling is no refrigerant leaks in rooms to damage product or any health risks for your employees working in those areas.