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Finding the Best Local Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County

Whether your need is restaurant refrigeration service, commercial refrigerator repair in Gloucester County, or refrigerant recharging, you need to find commercial refrigerator contractors in Gloucester County NJ that are good, efficient, and proven reliable.

The following research by The Prime Buyer's Report identifies the best refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County for commercial refrigeration installation, maintenance, and repair.

The TOP 10 Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County NJ

The TOP 10 Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County NJ

Adams Refrigeration

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(856) 582-5800
42 Autumn Ridge Dr
Glassboro, NJ 08028

Areas Served: Gloucester County NJ, Washington New Jersey, Monroe NJ, West Deptford…
Services: commercial refrigeration repair, compressor repair, compressor replacement

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(856) 629-4250
18 Lake Ave
Williamstown, NJ 08094

Areas Served: Glassboro NJ, Deptford NJ, Monroe NJ, Sewell NJ, Washington NJ,…
Services: refrigerant recharging, commercial refrigeration contractors

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(856) 694-0078
619 Grant Ave
Franklinville, NJ 08322

Areas Served: Gloucester County NJ, Washington NJ, Sewell NJ, Monroe NJ, Deptford…
Services: commercial refrigeration services incl. restaurant refrigeration, freezer repair

Finding the Best Local Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County

Licensed refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County provide refrigeration repair, new commercial refrigerator or freezer installation, handling of refrigerants, refrigerant leak detection and refrigerant charging. The services they offer usually include commercial refrigerator service, commercial refrigerator repair, refrigerated rooms and insulated refrigerated spaces for temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).

All refrigeration contractors bearing the Prime Buyer's Report Top Ten designation have general liability insurance coverage that reimburses customers in the event of any damages. In addition, these certified companies have passed all other requirements for certification as Prime Buyer's Report Top Ten, including customer reference checks, hiring only documented workers, clean complaint record, and more.

Refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County NJ most often service commercial and industrial refrigeration clients including restaurants, grocery stores, food processors, warehouses, dairies, bakeries, meat processors, and other industries that require cold storage.

Types of refrigeration units they service or sell include ice machines, meat lockers, air doors, bar refrigeration, blast chillers, chef bases, commercial freezers, commercial refrigerators, display cases, drop-in refrigeration units, food prep tables, merchandisers, milk coolers, undercounter freezers, and refrigeration accessories. They are usually also able to repair or replace all the main components of restaurant refrigerators and other commercial refrigeration systems, including but not limited to refrigerator compressor repair and compressor replacement.

Commercial Refrigeration Parts & Components

Commercial refrigeration systems and industrial refrigeration systems have five main components:

Refrigerant  (A coolant substance that cycles between gas and liquid states to create and maintain cold temperatures in the refrigeration unit)

Compressor (A mechanical unit that compresses gas refrigerant into liquid)

External exchanging pipes (Refrigeration coils that are located outside the refrigeration unit to let pressured hot gas dissipate heat, which causes it to condense into liquid at high pressure)

Expansion valve (A small hole through which the high-pressure liquid is sucked to a lower pressure chamber on the other side where the lack of atmospheric pressure causes it to boil back to a gas)

Internal exchanging pipes
(Pipes wherein liquid refrigerant boils in the low pressure and causes the temperature to drop. This makes and keeps refrigeration units cold)

Types of Commercial Refrigerants

Refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County are experienced working with refrigerants, including refrigerant leaks, and refrigerant charging.

Different types of refrigerants used in commercial refrigeration units include:

CFCs (Chlorofluorocarbons) such as R-11, R-12, R-114

HCFCs (Hydrochlorofluorocarbons) such as R-22, R-123

HFCs (Hydrofluorocarbons), such as R-134a. All these refrigerants are halogenated and contain chlorine, iodine, fluorine, astatine or bromine.

Types of Industrial Refrigerants

Refrigerants more often found in industrial refrigeration systems include the following:

R-717 Ammonia (NH3 ) Ammonia refrigerants are more commonly used in industrial refrigeration systems. Anhydrous ammonia is the most common ammonia refrigerant used in industrial refrigeration. Ammonia has excellent heat transfer properties and is more economically priced compared to other commercial refrigerants, and this low cost is one of the main reasons why ammonia is often used in large refrigeration systems. Ammonia refrigerants do not harm the ozone layer, do not contribute to global warming, and are biodegradable.

Carbon dioxide (CO2 or R-744) Carbon dioxide refrigerants have been extensively used in the past and is growing in popularity today. CO2 refrigerants have a low volume as a vapor which helps reduce the size of the compressor necessary. Because CO2 is a high-pressure refrigerant, it may require measures to contain it in the event of an emergency shut down or power outage. CO2 refrigerants do not add to global warming gasses as they're made from CO2 that was captured from and already present in the atmosphere.

Propane (R-290) or Propylene (R-1270) are two other examples of common refrigerants known as hydrocarbons. These are often used in large chemical processing and refinery facilities. In addition to being refrigerants, these two gases are also flammable, and this restricts their use to places that have safety systems such as explosion-proof electrical devices.

R-125 Pentafluoroethane (CHCF5 ) Pentafluoroethane, R-125, is a blend component used in low- and medium-temperature applications. It is nontoxic, nonflammable, and noncorrosive.

The choice of refrigerant to be used for an industrial refrigeration system should be based on the specific requirements of the cooling process. Additional criteria may include safety considerations, operating temperatures, familiarity with the refrigerant and its specific requirements, and accommodation within existing infrastructure. Experienced refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County should be able to help you choose which system is best for your needs.

Refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County will know that each of these refrigerants have their own unique properties and that you should only charge a refrigeration system with the exact refrigerant specified. Use of an incorrect refrigerant can lead to reduced refrigeration efficiency, mechanical problems leading to costly refrigeration repairs, and dangerous conditions.

Secondary Refrigerants These are substances such as air, water, or brine that are not refrigerants in themselves, but have been cooled by the primary refrigeration system to then pass over and around the areas and substances to be cooled; then return with their heat load to the primary refrigeration system. Secondary refrigerants are used where the cooling effect must be moved over a long distance making it cost prohibitive for gas-tight lines to travel that distance.

Hire Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County That Offer Value and Quality
The Prime Buyer's Report lists these commercial refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County NJ: .

Other companies offering commercial refrigeration services in Gloucester County NJ that might still be in business include these: .

Questions To Ask Good Comercial Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County NJ

When it comes to finding good refrigeration service and refrigeration repair by professional, licensed refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County, ask some questions about the abilities, experience, and credentials of the commercial refrigeration contractors you're considering hiring.

• How long have the Gloucester County refrigeration contractors been performing refrigeration installation and repair services in Gloucester County NJ?

• How many clients have the refrigeration contractors served in Gloucester County that have businesses similar to yours or that had similar needs or equipment?

• Can the local refrigeration contractors give you names and numbers you can call as references? (All refrigeration contractors bearing the Prime Buyer's Report Top Ten symbol have already had their client references called by research staff at The Prime Buyer's Report.)

• Do the Gloucester County refrigeration contractors have experience in the same kind of commercial refrigeration unit you need installed, serviced or repaired, and experienced with the same refrigerants as those used in your unit?

• What are the hours of availability of the refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County NJ? Are they able to accommodate your schedule to reduce the likelihood of business interruption or inconvenience?

• How does the commercial refrigeration contractor you're considering charge for refrigeration services? Flat rate or T&M (time and material)? If there's a trip charge or estimate fee, is that amount applied to the cost of any refrigeration work they do?

•  Can the Gloucester County refrigeration service you're hiring vouch that all employees sent to your property are legal to work in the U.S.? (All refrigeration companies bearing The Prime Buyer's Report Top Ten symbol have already signed a pledge to only hire documented workers.)

• Does the commercial or industrial refrigeration contractor in Gloucester County have active workers' compensation and liability insurance covering all of their employees and staff working at your location? (All commercial refrigeration companies bearing the Top Ten symbol have already shown proof of insurance to research staff at The Prime Buyer's Report.)

• Will the local refrigeration contractor you're hiring provide written estimates for new refrigeration units or repairs or maintenance services? If so, will the company detail in writing the exact unit, parts, and materials to be used, allowing you fairly compare bids?

• Do the commercial refrigeration contractors in Gloucester County provide warranties for their labor, not merely manufacturer warranties?

• Will permits be needed for the desired refrigeration work in your area of Gloucester County NJ? Who will be responsible for pulling those permits, you or the refrigeration contractor? (Beware of contractors that ask you to fill permits; this can be a sign that they're not licensed or in good standing with the state board overseeing their industry.)

• Does the Gloucester County NJ refrigeration contractor you're considering hiring perform all phases of the work you need, or do they hire journeymen and/or subcontractors to finish the job? If they hire non-employees to complete the work, can they assure you those companies or individuals are licensed and insured? Will they give you the names and contact information for those companies and individuals so you can check license and insurance for your safety?

When you've selected the best commercial refrigeration repair service or industrial refrigeration contractor for your needs, make sure they are licensed in good standing with a contractors license to perform your commercial refrigeration services. (All commercial refrigeration companies bearing the Top Ten symbol have already had their license verified by research staff at The Prime Buyer's Report.)

Resources About Commercial Refrigeration Services in Gloucester County NJ

The following is a list of helpful associations and publications on commercial refrigeration & refrigeration contractors. You can get more information about commercial refrigeration installation and repair, companies that provide these services, and more.

Associations & Licensing for Commercial Refrigeration in Gloucester County NJ

ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning EngineersA new commercial freezer that was installed and will be maintained and repaired by a local refrigeration expert.
ARCA Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractor's Association
MCAA Mechanical Contractors Association of America
BBB Better Business Bureau
MSCA Mechanical Service Contractors of America
IIAR International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration
RETA Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians Association
ARI Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute
RSES Refrigeration Service Engineers Society

Publications for Gloucester County Refrigeration Contractors and Installers

International Journal of Refrigeration
RSES Journal
Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News
ASHRAE Journal

If you are looking for commercial refrigeration services The Prime Buyer's Report provides information for the Top Ten Refrigeration Contractors in Gloucester County NJ within the following zip codes:

29673, 29690, 29635, 29662, 29688, 29617, 29661, 29687, 29616, 29652, 29683, 29615, 29651, 29681, 29614, 29650, 29680, 29613, 29644, 29611, 29602, 29609, 29601, 29608, 29607, 29606, 29605, 29604, 8831-2, 8090, 8032, 8322, 8063, 8086, 8028, 8312, 8062, 8085, 8027, 8097, 8061, 8080, 8020, 8096, 8056, 8344, 8074, 8014, 8094, 8051, 8328, 8071, 8012, 8093, 8039, 8323, 8066, 7416 and 7029-2

The Prime Buyer's Report provides information for the Top Ten Refrigeration Companies in Gloucester County within the following cities:

Beckett, Clayton, Glassboro, Paulsboro, Pitman, Westville, Williamstown, Woodbury, Deptford, East Greenwich, Elk, Franklin, Greenwich, Harrison, Logan, Mantua, Monroe, Washington, West Deptford, Woolwich, Franklinville, Sewell and Thorofare