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Wine Cooling Systems in Dublin, CA

Wine storage is just one part of a wine cellar. A wine cooling system maintains the proper climate for your wine so it can age well over time.

Wine Room Cooling System Installation

Whether you’re feeling the heat of summer or the winds of winter, wine is always a good idea. However, through the changing temperatures and seasons, any wine connoisseur knows that their wine collection must remain within the same climate. Fortunately, all Dublin, CA residents and business owners can trust Moore Mechanical’s HVAC team to correctly choose and install a wine cooling system for their commercial and residential properties. Moore Mechanical has the experience and technical expertise to install a flawless wine cooling system so your wine collection stands the test of time.

If your business or home in Dublin, CA needs a cooling system for its wine cellar or wine room, call Moore Mechanical at 925-307-6479 or contact us online today!

Wine Cooling Systems for Vintners

A wine cooling system should be the biggest part of your wine collection. These systems can do a lot for each bottle of wine you collect. Here are some reasons you might want to choose Moore Mechanical to install in a wine cooling system:

  • Our expert installations keep wine in the perfect humidity.
  • We ensure consistent temperatures with flawless ductwork.
  • We help determine which type of wine cooling systems your business or home needs.
  • Our central cooling systems allow you to customize your wine chiller.

A wine cooling system should be in every vintner’s building—it adds value to your collection by maturing your wine gracefully.

Installing a Wine Cooling System in Dublin, CA

There are many different types of wine cooling systems and each has a different installation method.

  • Ducted cooling systems – If you don’t want a full unit in your wine cellar, you can use a ducted system (using your building’s ductwork) to bring cool air in and pump the warm air out.
  • Split cooling systems – These systems use an evaporator to control the temperature. They are quieter and have less vibration than other systems in the same price range.
  • Through-the-wall cooling systems – If you don’t have ductwork in your wine cellar, consider a through-the-wall system which is self-contained and needs a large space to vent into.

No matter what type of wine cooling systems you install, it is important to hire an expert. Contact the team at Moore Mechanical today; we can help you keep your wine at the perfect temperature.

Wine Cooling Systems in Dublin from Moore Mechanical

Moore Mechanical has been working throughout the Dublin, CA area since 1985. We work hard to improve and maintain our reputation for excellent customer service and workmanship. Our service is reliable and affordable, and many of our clients come back for other projects.

If you would like to learn more about installing wine cooling systems in your home, contact the team at Moore Mechanical today!

  • Maintaining Your A/C
  • What is the 18 point tune-up?
  • Tips to Maintain Your A/C

Maintaining Your Air Conditioner

Your heating and air conditioning system is one of the most expensive appliances you have in your home; that’s why having yearly maintenance performed by Moore Mechanical is such a wise decision. This will keep your system running as efficiently as possible, prolonging the life of your system, lowering your utility bills and saving you from unwanted repairs.

An air conditioner requires regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in the air conditioners performance while energy use steadily increases. In some circumstances, some manufacturers will even void equipment warranties if they are not regularly maintained by a professional. Call Moore Mechanical today to schedule your 18 point precision tune-up.

Air Conditioning Maintenance Procedure

Moore Mechanical Heating and Air Conditioning will perform an 18 point precision tune-up on your air conditioning system. Points include, but are not limited to:
  1. Calibrate thermostat
  2. Clean existing filter or replace with 1″ standard filter
  3. Monitor volts/amps on fan motor
  4. Lubricate and inspect bearing for wear
  5. Clean indoor coil if accessible
  6. Flush/treat condensate drain with anti-algae
  7. Inspect condenser coil
  8. Monitor operation pressures of refrigerant
  9. Inspect safety devices for proper operation
  10. Inspect disconnect box for proper rating and installation
  11. Tighten all electrical connections
  12. Test/Inspect contractors for burned and/or pitted contacts
  13. Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
  14. Test and inspect capacitors
  15. Inspect fan blades
  16. Clean condenser coil/ remove debris
  17. Inspect duct work at furnace location
  18. Monitor compressor for proper amperage, volt drawn and wiring connections

Tips to Maintain Your Commercial AC

Air Conditioner Filters

The most important maintenance task that will ensure the efficiency of your air conditioner is to routinely replace or clean its filters. Clogged, dirty filters block normal air flow and can reduce your systems efficiency significantly. With normal air flow obstructed, air that bypasses the filter may carry dirt directly into the evaporator coil and impair the coils heat absorbing capacity. Keeping the filter clean can also lower your air conditioners energy consumption by 5%–15%. We recommend that you clean or replace your air conditioning systems filter(s) every month or two during the peak season. Filters may need more frequent attention if the air conditioner is in constant use, subjected to dusty conditions or you have pets in the house.

Air Conditioner Coils

The air conditioners evaporator coil and condenser coil collect dirt over their months and years of service. A clean filter prevents the evaporator coil from soiling quickly. In time, however, the evaporator coil will still collect dirt. This dirt reduces air flow and insulates the coil, reducing its ability to absorb heat. Outdoor condenser coils can also become very dirty if the outdoor environment is dusty or if there is foliage nearby.

Condensate Drains

Clogged drain channels prevent a unit from reducing humidity, and the resulting excess moisture may discolor walls or carpet. Drains should be checked and cleaned as needed.

Preparing for Winter

Covering the outdoor unit of a central air conditioner will protect the unit from winter weather and debris. Moore Mechanical can get a cover for your air conditioner if desired.

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