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Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

We Provide Superior Commercial Heating and Cooling Systems in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Your commercial building is a big investment, with more complex needs and systems than a residential structure. It requires a commercial HVAC ( Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) system that can meet the heavier workload, helping your employees stay comfortable and productive while encouraging your customers to keep coming back. Additionally, an inefficient or poorly maintained HVAC system can cost you money in energy bills and directly impact your bottom line.

That’s why it’s so important to choose a commercial HVAC contractor with experience across all types of commercial HVAC systems. At TAG Nashville, our technicians have decades of installation, repair and maintenance experience with all types of commercial HVAC systems — including packaged rooftop and ground-mounted units. We also offer a tailored commercial preventive maintenance plan that keeps your system operating at peak form.

To complement your commercial HVAC system, we can install a range of indoor air quality products to help ensure the health and well-being of your employees and customers. Our flexible financing programs help you manage your company’s cash flow.

Row of commercial HVAC air conditioner outside condenser units outside a commercial building as part of a climate control cooling and refrigeration conditioning system

Call TAG Nashville today to install a new, high-efficiency commercial HVAC system or service the system you have in place to be sure it is running as effectively and efficiently as possible!

Filtering Your Air

Another issue that every business should be considering these days when replacing their HVAC system is air filtration systems. Keeping your staff and your customers safe and healthy is more important than ever. Adding the right indoor air quality equipment to your system can potentially go a long way towards keeping the air clean and healthy. HVAC systems, especially those that use forced air, can spread viruses and pathogens across a room at blinding speeds.

It’s also important to adjust your system. This allows you to constantly circulate fresh air from the outside to replace the stale air inside, to make sure the air stays clean. There are tons of options to filter and clean your air. From small portable single-room systems which may not be that effective in your business due to the size of your facility, to whole-building indoor air quality equipment — which are far more efficient at cleaning your air.

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Preventive Maintenance Plan

Your best insurance for reliable comfort!

Has your business been without air conditioning on a hot Tennessee day? Or without heat on a cold Tennessee night? Then you know how frustrating unexpected HVAC problems can be! When not properly maintained, the equipment works harder than it should, which wastes energy and also shortens your system’s life expectancy.

Preventive maintenance is more than just changing filters — it includes checking the safety components built into each system. It also includes efficiency testing to ensure controls are set properly, thus ensuring peak performance. TAG Nashville offers a comprehensive preventive maintenance plan to cover your business’s heating and cooling equipment. As a preventive maintenance customer, you will receive priority service and a special discount on our flat-rate pricing

Inspection Points for Commercial Cooling Equipment Include:

  • Replace Filter/Clean Washable Filter
  • Check Thermostat
  • Check Lp & Hp Controls
  • Lubricate Moving Parts
  • Check Belt Tensions, If Applicable
  • Check Blower Assembly & Rotation
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Check For Proper Fan Speed
  • Check Evaporator Coil
  • We Check Condenser Coil & Clean As Needed
  • Check Operating Pressure/Superheat
  • Check Temperature Drop Across Coil
  • Our Team checks Expansion Device
  • Check Contactor Points
  • Check Start & Run Capacitors
  • Inspect/Flush Condensate Lines
  • Check Compressor Crankcase Heater
  • Check Compressor Amp Draw

Inspection Points for Commercial Heating Equipment Include:

  • Replace Filter/Clean Washable Filter
  • Check Thermostat
  • Lubricate Moving Parts
  • Check Belt Tensions, If Applicable
  • Check Blower Assembly & Rotation
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Check For Proper Fan Speed
  • Check Condition Of Heat Exchanger
  • Clean & Adjust Burners
  • We Check Pilot Safety
  • Check Flue For Proper Venting
  • Check Manifold Gas Pressure
  • Check Thermocouple/Ignition Module
  • Check Temperature Rise Through Furnace
  • Fan Control Review
  • Check High Limit Safety Control
  • Check For Gas Leaks At Furnace

Most HVAC systems have energy wasting problems. Well-documented studies show:

  • Each 1/100th of an inch of dirt on an evaporator coil can increase system operating costs by 5%.
  • Dirty blower wheels can reduce airflow by over 30% and drastically increase system energy consumption.
  • A 20% refrigerant undercharge can result in HVAC system efficiency losses exceeding 50%.
  • A 10% reduction in air flow can increase system energy consumption by more than 10%.
  • A 15% return air leak from a 120-degree attic can double system operating costs.
  • Annual operating cost savings of more than $100 per rated-ton are possible with proper system maintenance.

The Most Trusted Commercial HVAC Company for over 80 years!

Finding the right commercial heating and cooling contractor can be challenging. With so many HVAC companies to choose from, which one can you trust with your commercial project? Choose the right one, and the job will come together without a hitch.

Things To Consider When Hiring A Commercial HVAC contractor

Professional Skills

Commercial HVAC systems are much more complex than residential systems, and it takes seasoned professionals to understand the complexities, laws, and logistics that go into building and maintaining these systems. Hiring the wrong company can cost you thousands in lost profits and set your business back. Before calling a commercial HVAC company, consider these crucial characteristics when conducting your search.


Not only do you want to get a HVAC technician with commercial HVAC experience, look for one experienced in your particular area. For example, if you’re running a restaurant, you don’t want to hire a HVAC technician – even an experienced one – that’s never done restaurant heating and cooling before. Also, beware of companies that exaggerate their commercial experience. Ask for references so you are sure you are making the best decision for you and your business.

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At The Arcticom Group, our family of best-in-market operating companies delivers the highest-quality service and customer experience in commercial and industrial HVACR. Our highly skilled technicians utilize state-of-the-art technology and systems to execute maintenance programs, repairs, retrofits, remodels, and new installations that optimize efficiency and savings. With our continuously expanding team of operating companies, we are proud to serve customers throughout North America.