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Commercial AC Service: 3 Signs Your Commercial AC Needs Service or Repair

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The high temps of the summer months and the lowering temps of the winter months can make keeping your business or commercial facility comfortably warm or cool a challenge. It goes without saying that you want your employees and clientele to feel as comfortable as possible while inside your facility. These three tips can help you run your business more efficiently by alerting you to the need for commercial AC service or repair. They’re tell-tale signs that you need to be aware of in order to stay on top of things and avoid potentially costly repairs or replacements.

Unusual Noises and Sounds

Most commercial AC systems are designed to be whisper quiet. If your commercial AC unit begins to clang, bang, or make tinkling noises, you’ll want to call us sooner, rather than later. These are signs that something is wrong – or is about to go wrong. Of course, no AC system is completely quiet, but you should not hear unusual noises emanating from your commercial unit. If you here these or other odd sounds, commercial AC repair is probably in your immediate future.

An Aging System

You can typically rely on your commercial AC to have a lifespan of up to 15 years. If the AC you depend on to cool your office is approaching this age or is beginning to require more and more frequent commercial AC service, call us today for an inspection. We can help expand the life of your existing AC and keep it in good working order until it’s time for a more efficient replacement.

Frequent Repairs and Escalating Operating Costs

Late model commercial AC units use more efficient coolants and better energy consumption than their older counterparts. A newer system can decrease your energy output, which leads to greater profitability for your commercial facility. Needing fewer repairs and using less energy adds up to short-term and long-term savings.

When you notice any of the above issues, call LA Construction Heating & Air Conditioning for commercial AC service that beats the heat, but doesn’t destroy your bottom line. Employees are more productive when their environment is comfortable, and customers are likely to spend more time in your establishment when the climate is pleasing.

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