Air Conditioning & Heating (HVAC)

Commercial HVAC Sales

Full In-House Financing

Tri-Point Refrigeration offers complete in-house financing for commercial HVAC equipment. For businesses looking to minimize the number of companies they work with, this can be a significant benefit, helping you to save time and money. Unlike many other companies, which claim to offer in-house financing yet operate through third-party financing companies, Tri-Point truly offers everything under one roof. This means you can purchase your equipment and have it serviced and maintained all through one company. Even better, Tri-Point has some of the best technicians in the industry to ensure that once you’ve purchased the equipment, you can get a long life out of it through regular maintenance and continued support.

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Heating & Air Conditioning Systems

Your HVAC system does more than just push air. It maintains temperatures, improves air quality, and ensures everyone stays comfortable and happy. A lot goes into HVAC system maintenance and working with a respected company like Tri-Point can save you money and prevent major issues over the long term.

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Equipment For Your Specific Needs

As a part of the commitment to supporting you at every stage of the buying process, Tri-Point technicians seek to understand your exact business and needs regarding commercial HVAC equipment. Each company is different, and a large warehouse with lots of pollutants and dust will need different equipment than a small convenience store. Getting the right equipment the first time will help you save money on future repairs and maintenance and ensure your energy costs are less. Selecting equipment beyond your business’s needs can potentially drive up your business operating costs through excess energy usage, costing you more money over the long term. Tri-Point can help you avoid these pitfalls when purchasing commercial HVAC equipment for your business.

Continued Support And Service

After purchasing your commercial HVAC equipment, you will get continued support and service from Tri-Point Refrigeration. This includes helping you develop a maintenance schedule that considers your specific business and the level of use your equipment receives. The technicians at Tri-Point have decades of experience working with a wide variety of HVAC brands as well as handling other types of commercial refrigeration equipment. Working with Tri-Point will allow you to have your walk-in, ice machine, HVAC, and all other refrigeration equipment serviced by a single highly rated company.

Lower Long-term Costs

While leasing allows you to save money upfront by spreading costs out over the long term, it will naturally be more expensive. With leasing, you have interest rates and extra fees to offset wear and tear and any maintenance and repairs that may come up while you lease the equipment. Buying your commercial HVAC equipment outright will be more expensive upfront but, over the long term, will allow you to cut out these other expenses. You will only pay for service and repairs when needed and won’t have to worry about extra fees.

Better Equipment Selection And Customization

When buying new equipment, you can buy precisely what you want and even have customized equipment developed for the specific needs of your business.

While leasing with a company like Tri-Point Refrigeration certainly means you have a wide selection to choose from, there may not be as many options for more customized equipment. If you have a unique building or know that your HVAC equipment will take more wear than usual due to environmental circumstances, you may save money in the long run by getting the exact equipment you need customized to withstand these harsh environmental conditions.

Easier To Sell Property

If you ever plan on selling your property, you may want to consider buying equipment versus leasing. This makes selling to a potential buyer easier as less paperwork is involved in transferring everything over. Leasing HVAC equipment means the new property owner will have to take over the lease or find new equipment and remove the leased equipment. This is an added headache to what can already be a complicated process of buying a new commercial property.


Our expert team of techs can repair all types of HVAC equipment and works with each business to develop a unique maintenance schedule. We are ensuring the proper operation of your equipment.


Tri-Point has the experience to help your business with its commercial HVAC systems selection and sales. From restaurants to office buildings, we can help companies to find suitable systems to ensure customers stay comfortable.


Tri-Point Refrigeration can help you lease an HVAC system that serves your business and maintains profitability.

Commercial HVAC System Service

HVAC maintenance for commercial buildings can often be much greater in scope than residential maintenance and repairs. As a building owner, the last thing you want is a company that doesn’t have the proper resources or experience handling your commercial HVAC system maintenance and potentially creating more long-term problems at a significantly greater expense. You want to know that your HVAC company has serviced prior systems at the scale of what you have installed. With Tri-Point, you are getting a company with over seven years of experience servicing commercial HVAC systems both small and large for companies such as Chick-Fil-A and Dunkin Donuts. Tri-Point hires only the most experienced technicians and works with proven HVAC parts manufacturers. Original manufacturer’s parts and equipment can be obtained in most cases to ensure compatibility and longevity.

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How Do HVAC Systems Work?

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and encompasses the entire system both inside and outside that is used to heat and cool your commercial building. There are many moving parts to HVAC systems, especially at the retail level, and various system types operate differently.

Single-Split Commercial HVAC Systems

Single-split commercial HVAC systems are generally more popular with smaller commercial buildings due to their lower cost and ease of operation. These systems are installed to heat and cool single rooms or larger areas. The upside to this is that if one unit goes down, other units in other rooms will still work. However, one major downside is that each indoor unit must be connected to a separate outdoor unit, which can make installation more troublesome depending on the configuration of the building.

Multi-Split Commercial HVAC Systems

Multi-split commercial HVAC systems operate similarly to their single-split counterparts. The primary difference is that a multi-split system can have multiple indoor units operating on a single outdoor unit, typically up to nine. This type of commercial HVAC system is more appropriate for larger commercial buildings such as large office buildings, healthcare facilities, and large retail stores such as malls. Multi-split systems also have an advantage over traditional forced-air systems as they use sensors to continually monitor for small temperature changes and make adjustments as needed. The primary benefit of a multi-split commercial HVAC system is that they are energy-saving and offer a cleaner look compared to single-split systems. However, they can be significantly more expensive to install due to the increased need for pipework and labor costs.

Rooftop Package HVAC Systems

Rooftop package HVAC systems are the most common systems used on commercial buildings. These systems can be heat pumps, electric heat, or gas heat and are all in a single box that does not require an inside component. These systems require a duc8ng system inside of the building to move the air from inside the building through the package unit and then back into the building. Since these systems are all in one, they have a few advantages over split systems, including ease of maintenance and ease of repair and if the system needs to be replaced, it can be done almost 100% without disrupting your business inside.

How Long Do Commercial HVAC Systems Last?

Commercial HVAC systems can last anywhere from between 10 and 15 years depending on various factors, including:

  • The climate zone of the building
  • Proper installation practices
  • Usage demand throughout the year
  • Efficient design of the system​

Quality of the individual system components

It’s important to note that regular maintenance and cleaning need to be performed to get a long life out of a commercial HVAC system. Improper maintenance can significantly shorten the life of any HVAC system and lead to costly repairs and the need for eventual premature replacement.


How Often Should Commercial HVAC Filters Be Changed?

As a part of regular maintenance, commercial HVAC system filters should be replaced at least 3-4 times yearly. One thing to note is that this is for commercial HVAC systems operating in controlled indoor environments with normal wear and tear. Systems used in outdoor or more extreme conditions should be changed more frequently. Regular changing of the filter is essential not just for keeping air quality optimal but also for preventing pollutants from affecting the system. Clogged filters can lead to equipment failure and potentially costly repairs later down the road. Your Tri-Point technician can help to develop a filter-changing schedule based on your specific needs and the type of system installed in your commercial building.

HVAC Maintenance & Repair

Installation is only the beginning when it comes to HVAC systems. As with all other mechanical equipment, improper maintenance and foregoing needed repairs can lead you to potentially thousands of dollars in losses. To properly maintain and extend the life of your HVAC system, having a proper maintenance schedule will be essential. This is where Tri-Point can help you by working to develop a maintenance plan specific to your system and user needs. Your Tri-Point technician will work with you to ensure you understand all aspects of proper HVAC system maintenance. More importantly, when issues do occur, you can be comforted knowing that 24-hour emergency maintenance is just a phone call away.

Heating Issues

If you’ve noticed abnormally high electric bills during winter, your HVAC system is likely the culprit. Heating can use as much as three times more electricity than cooling, leaving you with high energy bills. You don’t want to wait until the last minute to have your HVAC system serviced. Every month you wait can equate to hundreds of dollars or more wasted on an inefficient system. One of the first things you should do in preparation for the cooler winter months is to inspect your HVAC system for optimal performance. A trained Tri-Point technician will be able to diagnose any potential issues that could lead to poor performance and have them quickly and efficiently fixed. Simple routine maintenance before winter hits can lead you to thousands in potential savings as you keep your commercial building warm during winter.

Cooling Issues

Even though heating can cost significantly more than cooling, it doesn’t mean you’re not wasting money while keeping your commercial building cool during the summer months. Poorly performing HVAC systems are one of the primary factors leading to high energy costs during the summer months in Texas. Before the weather starts heating up, it’s essential to have your system inspected and serviced to ensure that it’s operating properly. You could save hundreds to thousands of dollars during the summer months just by having a trained Tri-Point technician inspect your system for performance issues.

Emergency Service Calls

Even with proper maintenance and regular servicing, HVAC systems can break down. The last thing you want is to be left in the cold without heating or to suffer through a blistering Texas summer without air conditioning. With Tri-Point, you can be assured that we work 24-hours a day 7 days a week so that problems can quickly be resolved. Many companies claim this, but Tri-Point is committed to our technicians always on call and ready to service your commercial HVAC system. To ensure speedy service and repairs during emergencies, all Tri-Point trucks are stocked with the most common parts and diagnostic tools needed to fix most issues. If a part needs to be ordered, you will be notified of how long it will take to arrive and exactly when you can expect your system back up and running.