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We Love Customer Feedback

Here at Specialty Coils, we have a lot of loyal customers that trust us with their replacement coils. We know that when an HVAC unit goes down because of a leaking or damaged coil, you need your replacement coil ASAP. We are dedicated to being the best coil manufacturer in the business.

We recently assisted one of our Colorado customers with an urgent situation, who wrote:

“Specialty Coils really helped us out of a jam with one of our customers. As a commercial HVAC coil provider, we needed to find a replacement coil fast. Carrier gave us a 6-week lead time on a replacement condenser coil which was way too long. Specialty Coils was able to build the exact same condenser coil in one week for a better price. I also had the option of using higher quality materials and having it coated to extend the life of the coil for our customer.“

We want to hear from you. What are your experiences with Specialty Coils? Help us be your number one coil supplier.

New Year.. New Projects

Back to work for the first week of the new year we came across a job that we don’t see every day but is fairly common nonetheless. One of our team members was called out to take a look at a couple of evaporator coils that were cooling three separate wine cellars. Three cellars that were chilling hundreds of thousands of dollars of wine!

The units used to chill the cellars were not all that old but the coils were beginning to fail due to the high level of stress they are put through. See, these coils don’t have a 9-5 job, they are working 24/7 – 365 to make sure the cellars stay at a constant temperature.

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The long work hours combined with the harsh environment lead these coils to deteriorate much faster than your typical application.

We were able to provide the customer with a quick quote that will save them thousands over replacing the entire unit.

Temperatures are dropping, are you prepared?

With the weather changing and temperatures across the country plummeting, your coils are at risk! When the temperature drops below freezing your coils are at a higher risk of freezing and eventually bursting. Freezing water in the capillary tubes will expand causing the tubes to rupture. Once this occurs your coil is no good and needs to be replaced.