Maintaining Commercial HVAC Systems
When you invest intomaintenance Commercial HVAC systems it will be great for businesses, coolingbuildings down during the warm Los Angeles spring and summer, while ensuringyear-round fresh air in all seasons including fall and winter. They keep staffand clients comfortable, and help keep productivity levels up -- butmaintenance is a must-do task.
Benefits of Regular Maintenance
Regularupkeep of a commercial HVACsystem can help to detect small problems and fix them beforethey become major, expensive disasters. Routine maintenance commercial HVACchecks also help ensure that the systems' refrigerant is working and that theair ducts are suitably clean.
It'salso a cost-saving measure to have a checklist for HVAC maintenance,because a clean, fully functioning system will be a lot more energy efficientand cheaper to operate than a faulty system. Well-maintained HVAC systems alsolast longer, delaying a potentially expensive replacement.
Custom Tailored Maintenance Commercial HVAC Plans
We offer a twice-yearly inspection program where our experts will assess the entire HVAC system and make sure it's operating at its most efficient and will preserve its useful life. One inspection takes place during the spring, the other in the cooler fall months.
There's a host of technical parts in the system that we'll inspect to make sure they're operating correctly. These include the thermostat, the condensate drain line, all of the capacitors that boost the motors in the system, the contractors, the power box, and even the system's evaporator coil where accessible. If there's a fix that must be made, we'll consult with you first before starting work.
Another important item on the checklist is to assess how often to replace the filters that capture the air pollutants, because these are what help ensure the circulated air is kept clean.
The exact type of maintenance commercial HVAC checklist will vary slightly depending on which HVAC system a business is using. Some might have a heat pump package unit where all the parts are housed in one cabinet on the roof, connected through ducts to the building's interior. Alternatively, businesses could use a similar one-unit system that is powered by gas or electricity.
Some businesses also use heat pump split systems divided into three parts: An outdoor unit housing the condenser and compressor, an indoor unit housing the evaporator coil, and an air handler that pushes the conditioned air through the ducts. Or a small mini-split system might be in use, which could require a less-extensive maintenance checklist than other types of HVAC.
Whichever type of commercial HVAC system is in use, we know what to look for.
The importance of maintenance commercial HVAC systems to a business means it's vital to call on the professionals for maintaining the integrity of the air conditioner -- and we're ready to help. Contact us online or call us at (818) 341-3406 to arrange a free consultation.