HVAC-R Services & Much More In MA
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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Sheet Metal Services
In 1967, Medford Wellington Service opened its doors with the intention to help everyone with repair and installation of their heating and air conditioning and refrigeration. We grew into the company we are today because of the reputation that we have earned. Our professionalism and amazing prices have surpassed those around us and we take pride in that. Whatever your commercial industry, our courteous technicians would love to come help you with whatever issue you have. We are fully licensed and insured and have the best tools to get the job done.
We provide service for commercial and industrial properties, from office buildings to biotech companies. HVAC and refrigeration issues never happen at a convenient time and we promise to do everything we can to get there as soon as we can so that you can work in comfort once again. We will be in and out so quickly that you won’t even notice that we are there.
Our technicians are proud to call Connecticut home and we know just what you need to be a satisfied customer. Our reputation means a great deal to us and we want to show you why we have been in business for over 50 years. Whether you are looking for a repair, replacement or a complete installation of HVAC or refrigeration equipment, we have you covered.
The lifespan of plumbing in a commercial building depends on several variables, including the type of materials used, water quality, and maintenance. Generally, copper or brass pipes can last up to 50 years or more, while galvanized steel pipes may last around 20 to 50 years. PVC and PEX pipes have a lifespan of about 25 to 40 years. Routine maintenance, like regular inspections, pipe flushing, and addressing leaks promptly, can significantly extend plumbing longevity. However, when pipes reach the end of their lifespan, replacement may be necessary to prevent costly water damage and maintain building functionality.
Commercial drain cleaning frequency depends on the specific usage and the type of business. In general, it's advisable to schedule drain cleaning at least once a year to prevent buildup and blockages. However, high-traffic establishments like restaurants or industrial facilities may require more frequent cleaning, perhaps quarterly or even monthly, due to the increased potential for grease, food particles, or other debris accumulating in the drains. Regular maintenance helps prevent plumbing emergencies, ensures efficient drainage, and maintains a sanitary environment, all of which are crucial in commercial settings.
Normal water pressure in a commercial building typically ranges between 40 to 80 pounds per square inch (psi), although it can vary depending on local regulations and the building's location. The ideal pressure within this range ensures adequate water flow for various functions while preventing excessive stress on plumbing components. It's essential to maintain water pressure within these limits to avoid potential damage to pipes, fixtures, and appliances. Commercial buildings often use pressure regulators or valves to control and maintain a consistent water pressure level throughout the premises, ensuring efficient and reliable water supply.