Commercial Services

TEL:  (985) 966-9582
FAX: (985) 231-7214

LA License # 41927
St Tammany Lic.  #E-595
New Orleans # 03LEL-16862
Baton Rouge Lic. #E-682
Jefferson Lic.  # E-187
Texas Lic. #203755

“Don’t Complain...
  Call Champagne”

  • Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
  • Certified Technicians
  • Major Credit Cards accepted
  • Family owned and operated
  • We work by the job, not hourly, so you never have to worry about overtime charges
  • Lifetime warranty on all circuit breakers
  • We offer Service Maintenance Plans
  • Comprehensive Electrical Services
  • Lighting Installation & Maintenance
  • 24 Hour Emergency Service
  • OPTION 1 - Quarterly

    For Electric, Heating & Cooling Systems Quarterly Service

    • 1x per Year Inspect Electrical System
    • Annual Spring Maintenance
    • Annual Summer Maintenance
    • Annual Fall Maintenance
    • Annual Winter Maintenance
    • $250.00 Credit toward the Replacement of any Unit Installed by Champagne
      Priority Service
    • No Emergency Fees
    • 10% discount for any service (excludes new equipment install)
  • OPTION 2 - Monthly

    For Electric, Heating & Cooling Systems Monthly Service

    • 1x per Year Inspect Electrical System
    • Annual Spring Maintenance
    • Annual Summer Maintenance
    • Annual Fall Maintenance
    • Annual Winter Maintenance
    • 8 Additional Visits to Change Filters and Perform Visual Inspection
    • $250.00 Credit toward the Replacement of any Unit Installed by Champagne
    • Priority Service
    • No Emergency Fees
    • 10% discount on any service (excludes new equipment install)


  • New Installations
  • Service and Repair – 24 Hour Emergency Service
  • Service Entrance Installation and Repair
  • Single phase, three phase
  • 100 amp, 200 amp, 400 amp, 800 amp
  • Disconnect installation and replacement
  • New panel and sub-panel installation
  • Load balancing
  • Electrical System Inspections
  • Safety Inspections
  • Enforcement compliance corrections
  • Power Circuit Installation and Repairs
  • Ground fault location and repair
  • Locate and repair damaged wiring
  • Install new circuit wiring
  • Locate and repair faults
  • Install new receptacle circuit
  • Locate and repair defective receptacles
  • Lighting Circuit Installation and Repair
  • Special Systems
  • Emergency lighting
  • Exit lighting
  • Fire alarm
  • Intercom
  • Nurse call
  • Video, telephone and computer cable
  • Install new circuit wiring and fixtures
  • Locate and repair faults
  • Upgrade fixtures for energy savings
  • Ballast and lamp replacement or upgrade for energy savings
  • Replace defective or failed switches
  • Lighting control installation
  • Exterior lighting
  • Photocell replacement

Maintenance Member Plans

Become a Maintenance Member and you’ll receive:

Priority Service – Maintenance Members are our priority.  Your job will be scheduled ahead of others.  This applies to routine and emergency calls.

No Emergency Service Fees – If you are in need of emergency service, no matter what time of day or night, you will not have to pay a premium fee.  You will always receive the same quality of service, but pay only from the standard price menu.

10% Discount – you will receive a 10% discount off the bottom line for our electrical, heating and air conditioning services for as long as you remain a Maintenance Member.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee – We promise your complete satisfaction – Guaranteed!  If you are not fully satisfied, let us know.  We’ll make it right or you don’t pay!

Choose a plan to fit your businesses needs:

Proper maintenance of your building’s heating and air conditioning system will:

1. Lower utility costs (by as much as 42%)
2. Increase the service life of the equipment (reducing replacement costs)
3. Provide a greater level of comfort to the occupants resulting in:

  • Greater sales per square foot for retailers
  • Higher level of productivity for office environments
  • Lower employee absentee rates

4. Reduce your risk of exposing the occupants to IAQ problems (which in turn helps reduce your exposure to potential IAQ litigation).
5. Minimize emergency and unplanned repair expenses and down time.

What are the best practices being followed today, in the industry, by experienced and trained HVAC professionals?

1. Replace filters (every 1 to 6 months)

Dirty filters can decrease cooling and heating output of the system as well as increase energy used by the system. Filters should be inspected monthly (at a minimum) and possibly replaced monthly as well. A good quality filter (a minimum of a MERV 8) should be installed at least quarterly in many systems. (Actual replacement time frames vary and your HVAC technician can help you determine what is best for your systems.)

2. Clean Evaporator and Condenser Coils (1 to 2 times per year)

Evaporator coils, during cooling season, are damp and wet, and provide an excellent place for molds and bacteria to grow. If they are cleaned regularly, then mold and bacteria growth can be minimized.
Condenser coils are exposed to unfiltered outdoor air and can see considerable perform reductions due to dirt, leaves, grass, etc. which are sucked into them during normal operation. Keeping these coils clean helps keep the system efficiency at its maximum and improves the longevity of the system.

3. Inspect areas around air intakes (2 times a year)

These are places where water, mold, bacteria, and other airborne contaminants can be drawn into the building. It is important to visually inspect and clean these areas if necessary to ensure proper indoor air quality all year long.

4. Clean and adjust dampers (Annually)

Improperly operating dampers can dramatically impact indoor air quality and
equipment operation. It is important these be checked for proper operation at least
once per year.

5. Inspect the fan wheel, bearings and fan motor belts (2 times per year)

Fan assemblies should be inspected and cleaned, if necessary, at least twice a year. Improper airflow, as a result of dirt or improper rotation can result in increased energy costs and poor occupant comfort. Belts also need to be inspected and tightened or changed, if necessary to insure proper operation of the air delivery system.


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