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The Best Time to Schedule Commercial HVAC Maintenance

rooftop ac units on top of buildingWhen you hear the term HVAC Maintenance you may only think of maintaining your air conditioner within your home. As important as it is to keep up on this vital HVAC service, however, your residential system isn’t the only thing you have to worry about. That is, not if you’re a commercial property owner or manager.

No matter the size or function of your commercial setting, proper HVAC function not only contributes to the comfort of your employees, customers, clientele, and/or tenants, but is also essential to protecting equipment from overheating or breaking down prematurely. Whereas you only need to worry about the comfort of a few people within a home, businesses must concern themselves with the comfort of many, which is why investing in professional commercial HVAC services in Boynton Beach, FL is so important.

So, When Is the Best Time to Schedule This Service?

We understand that as a busy commercial business owner or manager, you have plenty to deal with, without thinking about your HVAC system on a regular basis. It’s easy to let scheduling maintenance slip your mind, even though it is vital to the operation of your system.

Depending on the type of system you have, we recommend having maintenance done at least once a year. This will most often occur in the very early spring before temperatures warm up too much. But, since our AC systems are used practically year round, you may find it beneficial to schedule this service in the fall as well. It is during your maintenance session that our professionals will:

  • Change the air filters.
  • Lubricate all moving parts in order to reduce stress.
  • Conduct a safety inspection to protect the building and everyone in it.
  • Tighten electrical connections.
  • Check on the refrigerant level (known as charge).
  • Clean the outdoor and indoor coils for better cooling operation.
  • Calibrate the thermostat to improve precision.
  • Test the performance of your HVAC system.
  • Do a thorough check on any rooftop units.

What Are the Next Steps?

If during your commercial HVAC maintenance appointment our technicians uncover any potential problems or drop in system performance, then we will inform you so you can schedule a time to have any necessary fixes completed. For instance, if a technician notices a drop in the refrigerant level of the system, it means there is a leak somewhere within. And simply filling it back up won’t remedy this—you need a professional to come in and find the root cause of the leak and properly repair it.

The Benefits of Preventive Maintenance

There are many advantages to enrolling in a maintenance plan for your commercial HVAC system(s). First off, it encourages longer system life. You shouldn’t have to replace your HVAC system so soon if you keep up on regular checkups, and follow through on any suggested repair needs that crop up.

Additionally, you should see less frequent repair needs when you keep up on maintenance. Lastly, your HVAC system will perform more efficiently when it’s clean and as functional as it should be.

Contact Envirotech Air Quality Services today for reliable commercial HVAC services throughout the greater West Palm Beach area.

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