A TRUSTED PARTNER
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- Belts are a very important part of your HVAC System. However, they are often overlooked.
- A broken belt could cause your system to completely shut down.
- Worn or loose belts will result in increased energy costs and could also cause system equipment damage.
- Counltess service calls are due to broken, worn or loose belts.
We will provide your facility with the proper belt, in accordance with equipment requirements, along with expert installation and adjustment, including pulley alignment and bearing lubrication.
The Company History...
Rite-Temp’s beginning dates back to 1975. At that time our main business was centered on servicing and installing refrigeration systems for supermarkets and refrigerated cold storage warehouses.
With a vast knowledge of sophisticated refrigeration systems we expanded our business into servicing and installing chillers ranging in size of one ton to several hundred ton systems. The chillers we service and install today are used for everything from comfort cooling to food manufacturing and industrial process cooling.
Over 40 Years
A HISTORY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
Rite-Temp has maintained a consistent reputation for superior customer service for over 40 years.
We are the perfect fit – large enough to handle huge jobs with professionalism, and small enough to maintain close contact with the customer, and maintain flexibility.
A LOT LESS TO WORRY ABOUT
We realize that nature of our business means that sometimes things need to be fixed – right now. We never leave our customers wondering when we will arrive. We guarantee a quick response in emergencies. It’s good to have a partner you can trust.
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Rite-Temp operates one of the largest Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration service companies serving northeast and central Pennsylvania and portions of New York. We operate a complete in-house sheet metal fabrication shop within our 25,000 square foot facility. We are located in Dalton, Pa. on routes (6 West 11 North) just 4.2 miles off the Clarks Summit Exit off interstate 81 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.