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We Service Any HVAC System Components for Miami’s Marine Customers

Located in Homestead, FL - Serving Miami Beach, Key Largo, Key West, and surrounding areas


A heating or air conditioning unit is only as good as the parts inside it, and Statewide Marine Inc. ensures they’re in the best shape possible. Our sales and service team works with top-of-the-line HVAC system components in Miami from some of the best brands. With more than 24 years of experience and 24/7 availability, we’re easily the most qualified crew for your yacht. Our professionals service all of the following components to keep any commercial HVAC systems working at their most efficient with as few breakdowns as possible:

Blower Motor: This part powers a fan to force warm air into the ductwork and air registers to get it to you before the motor shuts down. It can run at different speeds for better control and monitor your HVAC system too.

Combustion Chamber: Some of these have monitoring capabilities, but all of them are designed to capture carbon monoxide and unburned fuel for compression before igniting it for maximum energy efficiency.

Condenser Coil or Compressor: Keep these clean and the space around them clear. In return, they’ll keep you cool by releasing all of the heat into the outdoor air while a fan blows air to disperse that heat.

Evaporator Coil: When the evaporator coil is well maintained, your system is too. Its job is to spray the liquid refrigerant so it can evaporate into a gas quickly to absorb heat and lower temperatures.

Heat Exchanger: This absorbs heat and warms cool air, and any issues with it can lead to carbon monoxide leaks. Bring in our team to prevent that and learn how long HVAC systems last.

Thermostat: You likely have used this already, as it provides controls for you and temperature sensors that tell the unit when to turn on and off. Some can even be controlled remotely via phones and computers.

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