From day one of Cooper Mechanical, continuing education has been a priority for management and for our team of qualified technicians. How else could we continue to provide our customers with the high level of quality service they both desire and deserve?
With that said, we would like to recognize some of the recognitions/certifications that our team has recently received.
We appreciate and support their desire to be the best at what they do. That's just the Cooper Mechanical way.
If you're looking for refrigerator repair for your Myrtle Beach restaurant or business, Cooper Mechanical Services is your answer. Working refrigeration is necessary for food safety and customer satisfaction. If refrigerator units cannot keep required holding temperatures, you may receive a low health score from DHEC or even be forced to close until it is fixed. In the end, refrigeration problems negatively affect your business, employees, and customers.
Cooper Mechanical Services can inspect, diagnose, and repair your commercial refrigerator problem so you can get back to making profits and doing what you do best. We work all types of reach-in, walk-in, and display case refrigeration units.
Here are some common refrigerator repairs that we see in Myrtle Beach.
Temperature Issues: Temperature issues are our most common call. When your refrigerator isn't cooling, it's the symptom. This issue can result from a number of causes, anything from a bad seal or temperature control gauge to a blocked vent.
Power Problems: Bad wiring, frayed cords, or even tripped GFCIs can lead to no power. Whether simple or complex, our team includes refrigeration and electrical experts to find the cause and repair your unit, the cord, or your outlet.
Compressor Failures: Dirt, dust, and debris can clog your compressor and affect performance. Your refrigerator's compressor is what allows it to cool, and since all kinds of grime and dirt can be found on kitchen floors, it's important to keep your compressor coils clean. Cooper specializes in compressor coil cleaning and repair.
Evaporator Problems: Just like HVAC units, refrigerators use evaporator coils and fan in the cooling process. Evaporator-related problems include ice build-up and clogged drain lines, both easily identified and fixed.
Lighting Issues: Functional lighting is important for worker safety as employees must be able to see refrigerator contents and where to walk in walk-in units. In display cases, lighting helps sell food and beverages when items are lit and cast in an attractive light. Lights not working? We fix that, too.
Cooper Mechanical Services has been serving the greater Grand Strand since 1989. A large part of our business is serving the many hotels, restaurants, and service/hospitality businesses in our area. Cooper Mechanical is an unlimited-license electrical contractor specializing in HVAC, Refrigeration, Electrical, and Lighting services. We provide accurate lead-time estimates on commercial projects, and we offer 24/7 emergency services so your business doesn't lose profit with down time. Need help? Call Cooper!
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is directly tied to the health and comfort of a home or building's occupants. Dust can exacerbate allergies, respiratory issues, and other health issues.
But what exactly is dust and where does it come from? It's kind of gross to think about, but dust is the accumulation of dead skin, pet fur, decomposing insects, organic fibers from clothes, particulate matter from cooking, tracked in soil and more. Dust is a hodgepodge of all types of particulates, and removing dust from your home or building can make you healthier and happier.
In addition to dusting and sweeping regularly, here are some tips to minimize dust in the home or workplace.
The average HVAC filter lasts 1-2 months, depending on the number of occupants in your home, pets, lifestyle, etc. Filters trap particulates, removing them from the air you breathe. As dust, debris, and microscopic particles build up in your filter, it starts to restrict air flow, which can lead to poor ventilation, HVAC efficiency, and even higher utility bills.
When ceiling fan blades aren't spinning, they are collecting dust. Turn it back on and you sling all kinds of particulates into the air and around the room. To remove the dust, use a damp microfiber cloth and wipe them down. If your fans are high, use an extension pole with an attachment. Be sure to vacuum the area below the fan afterward to pick up any dust that's fallen to the floor.
Okay, not many people are going to tear out carpeting to cut down on dust, but if you are building or considering switching, wood or laminates are better in the dust category. Dust clings to woven fabrics, making it harder to see and remove with carpeting. You won't eliminate dust with hardwood or laminate, but it can't cling, so it's easily seen and swept up.
Cooper Mechanical Services is the Myrtle Beach area's solution to HVAC problems. Let our team visit your home or workplace to diagnose and solve your ventilation or indoor air quality problems. Don't let poor indoor air quality affect your health, especially if you are prone to respiratory issues and allergies. Call Cooper or use our online contact form to speak with a ventilation and IAQ professional today.
It's summertime, so when people see our service trucks and vans around Myrtle Beach, they tend to think about air-conditioning. HVAC is a big part of what we do for commercial clients. In hotels and restaurants, we provide installation, maintenance and repair services for air conditioning, heating, ventilation. But as the Grand Strand's premier mechanical and electrical services provider, we also do a whole lot more. Myrtle Beach hotels and restaurants rely on many mechanical systems to keep guests cool, comfortable, and safe.
Here are some of our other big commercial services in addition to hotel and restaurant HVAC:
We handle installation and repair for inside and outside lighting solutions. As an unlimited-license electrical contractor, we cover everything from parking lot and pole lighting to room or pool lighting. Our electricians are highly knowledgable and can assist you in finding conventional and smart lighting solutions that conserve energy, save money, and keep people and facilities safe and secure.
We also work closely with many businesses in the service and hospitality sector in Myrtle Beach installing, cleaning, and repairing commercial refrigerators, freezers, and ice machines. Faulty refrigeration equipment can lead to customer dissatisfaction or worse. SCDHEC inspections require holding temperatures and sanitation standards for walk-ins, display cases, and even ice machines. Our mechanical professionals work with all major manufacturers to ensure your hotel or restaurant is safe and up-to-code.
Commercial boilers and heated pools and spas require emergency shut-off valves or switches. Our team is qualified to evaluate, install, or repair your boiler shut-off so you are compliant with the National Fire Protection Association (Code 85).
Stairwell pressurization exists in part to suppress fires from spreading from hotel rooms and hallways to stairwells which are the primary means of escape. Pressurization also improves the ease with which doors can open and close. Stairwell pressurization is required for National Fire Protection Association code compliance. Our mechanical team is fully equipped to verify and solve issues relating to stairwell pressure.
Generators and Back-Up Power
Our sister company, Cooper Electrical Services, handles all commercial generator sales, installation, maintenance, and repair. Living in the path of destructive storms, businesses need to be prepared when power goes out. Our generator team allows businesses to keep facilities operational and secure for extended periods of time.
The above is just a highlight of some of the regular kinds of projects we work on. If your hotel or restaurant needs expert mechanical or electrical services, please contact us. Our team is knowledgable, professional, and dependable. We've been serving the Myrtle Beach area since 1989, and we're proud to be a part of this community. Don't wait, Call Cooper.