Air Conditioned Commercial Trailers

Do you own an air conditioned trailer attached to a semi-truck?

Air conditioned trailers are of extreme importance to the commercial industry. Many businesses rely on semi-trailers to provides services, distribute products, or moving cargo from one location to the other. Some can get away with not having an air conditioned trailer and the trailers that do require air conditioning needs to be well taken care of. Most trailers commute from coast to coast and hold cargo that cannot be without the cold so it’s imperative to have an efficiently working HVAC unit.

Industries that uses refrigeration or air conditioned trailers:

  • Pharmaceutical testing
  • Food industry & restaurants
  • Temperature sensitive industrial materials
  • Chemical storage
  • Food distribution
  • Agriculture & farming applications
  • Wine & viticulture
  • Resins, polymers, and other plastics
  • Medical and hospital facilities
  • Food manufacturing

If your trailer is headed towards Los Angeles and might need the air conditioning or refrigeration looked at, contact Lawrence at (310) 530-0504. If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you! Just as long you are in the LA or Orange County.

Need air conditioning repairs? Is your heating blowing cold air? Are you having issues with your air ducts? Visit our website for more information.

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