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What Are the Signs It's Time to Replace My Commercial HVAC System?
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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An essential part of delivering high-quality commercial services is determining when an HVAC system has run its course. Business owners are sometimes leery of this advice because it may not be obvious why a technician is recommending replacement instead of repairs. Hopefully, this short guide will help you out.

Common Reasons We Recommend Replacing Commercial HVAC Systems

• Improper Installation: If there’s one place you shouldn’t cut corners, it’s at the very beginning of your equipment’s life. A bad installation can set you up for years of annoying, expensive problems. The longer the issues exist, the worse the damage becomes, until the only remedy is a full replacement.

• Low Energy Efficiency: The seasonal energy efficiency ratio, or SEER, rating given to your HVAC equipment measures how much cold out is created compared to the amount of energy needed to make it. In the past, it wasn’t uncommon to find units with ratings as low as 5 or 6. About 10 years ago, that changed, and now all units must have a rating of at least 14 to be sold. EnergyStar products have even higher requirements, so it might be worth it to upgrade your old equipment for the difference in utility bills alone.

• Constant Repairs: Keep your unit in good condition through regular maintenance, and it should serve you well for many years. That’s different from lasting forever. Even the hardiest system will eventually wear out. You’ll know your system is getting ready to give up the ghost when it starts needing repairs all the time.

Schedule commercial services with the most reliable HVAC company in or around Kannapolis, NC. Find out if your system is in good working order or in need of replacement or repair. Schedule your appointment online with G + S Energy today.

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