Commercial Service Divisiion

Hipp Commercial Services Division is a direct subsidiary of C.R. Hipp Construction.

Hipp Service is an environmentally friendly company that works closely with each customer to design a plan and a relationship to maintain comfort and savings, as related to your HVAC systems. Serving the coastal half of South Carolina with highly qualified and trained service technicians that can properly assess problems and needs. Able to inform you of all that is available in today's technology to keep your facility in top working condition and efficiency.

We can customize a Service Agreement that establishes a routine plan or maintenance which may be the most important thing you can do for your business. Making sure your systems are in good, efficient working condition will improve your operating cost, minimizes down time and improves the attitude and productivity of your staff.

We offer:

  • Commercial HVAC Service and Installation on all makes, models and systems
  • Planned Service Agreements
  • 24 hour service, 7 days a week
  • Free Estimates
  • Building Studies and Evaluations
  • Indoor Air Quality Solutions
  • Humidity Control
  • HVAC Controls and Automation
  • Remote Building Monitoring
  • Start-Up and Building Commissioning
  • Sheet metal Installation, Renovations and Repairs
  • Commercial Refrigeration Service
  • Ice Maker Sales and Service
  • Factory Trained Personnel
  • EPA Certified
  • State Licensed and Insured

Buddy Parson

Buddy Parson General Manager of Service Division

We feature fast, dependable response time at a reasonable cost.

Hipp Service Van

Our services are just a phone call away.


Do you know that . . . ?

  • 100th of an inch of dirt on an evaporator coil can increase operating cost by 5%.
  • A dirty blower wheel can reduce airflow by over 30%.
  • A 15% return air leak from a 120 degree attic can double operating cost.
  • A refrigerant system being undercharged by 23% can cause a 52% efficiency loss.
  • Up to 80% of all compressor failures are caused by something external to the compressor.
  • Indoor Humidity should be between 40% to 60%.
  • Production of new air conditioning equipment using R-22 refrigerant is banned after 2010.


  • Absolute Humidity: Amount of moisture in the air, indicated in grains per ft3.
  • Ambient Temperature: Temperature of fluid (usually air) that surrounds an object.
  • Atmospheric Pressure: Pressure that gases in the air exert upon the earth (14.7 psi).
  • Boiler: Closed container in which a liquid may be heated and vaporized.
  • British Thermal Unit (Btu): Quantity of heat required to raise temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit.
  • Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s): Refrigerants that are composed of chlorine, fluorine, and a hydrocarbon (methane). CFC’s deplete the ozone layer.
  • Cooling Tower: Device that cools by water evaporation in air. Water is cooled to wet bulb temperature of air.
  • Dew Point: Temperature at which vapor (at 100% humidity) begins to condense and deposit as liquid.
  • Dry Bulb Temperature: Air temperature as indicated by an ordinary thermometer.
  • EER: Energy efficiency rating. The ratio of the rated cooling capacity divided by the amount of electrical power used.
  • Geothermal Heat Pump: A heat pump that uses the constant underground or underwater temperatures as supply.
  • Halide Refrigerants: Family of refrigerants containing halogen chemicals. Halogens are substances containing fluorine, chlorine, bromine, or iodine.
  • Heat Pump: A compression cycle system used to supply heat to temperature- controlled space. The same system can also remove heat from the same space.
  • Montreal Protocol: A 1987 international agreement to reduce and eventually eliminate production of CFC refrigerants.