our clients call us the cool guys
Premier hvac Service, design and installation.
Our passion is keeping New York comfortable. That's why Standard Refrigerators is a third generation, family-owned business that has provided air conditioning, refrigeration, ice machine, wine cooler, heating and ventilation service throughout the New York Region since 1945. When central air conditioning became available in New York, we were one of the first to install and service the new innovation.
Standard keeps your facilities comfortablE.
Proactively maintaining your equipment can mean years of trouble-free operation with minimum emergency service required. This adds extra years of continued usage, increasing equipment life span and ROI.
- Individually customized programs based on each piece of equipment
- Routine maintenance inspections and annual cleaning
- Annual cleaning, coil cleanings, filter and belt changes
- Free estimates
Construction and Installation
We offer design and build expertise for air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, and ventilation projects. After reviewing site and facility plans, we take a step-by-step approach to each situation's unique requirements.
- Plans and spec bidding services
- Building department filings, violation removals and remediation
- Mechanical drawing service
- Cooling towers, chillers, package units and rooftop
- Rig services and structural steel
- Heat exchangers and Pumps
expertise for commercial and high-end residential
Service calls and repairs, maintenance agreements, equipment evaluations and replacements, new installations
AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
- Split systems
- Package units
- Mini split systems
- Rooftop units
- VRF systems
- PTAC units
- Heat pumps
- Chillers and cooling towers
- Refrigerant recovery
- Portable Units
- Heat Exchangers
- Wifi thermostats
- Duct heaters and hot water coils
Authorized warranty service for major manufacturers:
- Cleaning and descaling
- Bin cleanings
- New installations
- Turn key replacements
- Filter replacements and installations.
- Water foundtain filter changes
- Commercial refrigeration
- Blood refrigerator specialists
- Scientific freezers
- Walk-in boxes
- Wine coolers
- Thermogenesis for blood banks
- Reach-ins and low boys
- Display coolers and freezers
Our comprehensive product lines
represent solid relationships.
American Standard, Bally, Baltimore Aircoil, Bard, Beverage Air, Bohn, Bryant, Carrier, Comfort Aire, Copeland, Custom Cool, Daikin, Fedders, Federal, First Company, Florida Heat Pumps, Fraser Johnson, Friedrich, Greenheck, Hartford, Heatcraft, Helmer, Honeywell, Hoshizaki, Iceomatic, ICP, Island Aire, Kelvinator, Kramer, Lennox, LG, Liebert, Luxaire, Magic Aire, Manitowac, Marly, Mars, Maytag, McQuay, Mitsubishi, Modine, Movincool, Multi Aqua, Ocean Aire, Penn Ventilator, Polair, Rheem, Rudd, Sanyo, Scotsman, Skill Aire, Skymark, Stulz, Summit, Task Trane, Unico, United CoolAir, Viking, York
New York Blood Center:
Design and installation of new center
Refrigeration and walk-in boxes designed, installed and operational on schedule. Operating on a closed loop chilled water/condenser water system. The approach was taken based on three previous projects Standard Refrigerators completed for the New York Blood Center.
- 3000 FT. copper Freon lines
- newly designed control system
- Honeywell UDC 2500 controllers maintaining less than 1 degree centigrade deviation from –30 C set point on freezers . . . 0.5 degrees C on +4 C coolers
Computer Room Dry Cooler Replacements: HMS Services
Standard Refrigerators removed and replaced of four existing Liebert dry coolers with new Liebert models while a computer room remained in full operation. The crane arrived on-site at 6:00 AM with the first two units off and two new units in place by 10:00 AM. The rig finished, with all systems up and four units operational, by 2:00 PM.
No interruption in computer room services required.
New York Blood Program
Standard Refrigerators, Inc. replaced a 15-year old, Carrier 75-ton air-cooled chiller while maintaining continuous operation of air conditioning and refrigeration. The replacement unit provided more capacity with a 20% reduction in power requirements. Refrigeration ran temporarily on city water while the chiller was disconnected at 7 AM. At 10 AM, the old unit was lifted off and by 11 am the new one was in place. All equipment was piped, wired and running by 4 pm.