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How Often Should Commercial HVAC Maintenance Take Place?
Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Commercial services are a vital part of your business.

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Keeping your warehouse or office up to date on HVAC commercial services goes a long way to improving comfort and saving on expensive repairs - yet many business owners forget to do it. Understandable, since running a company requires constant attention to detail, and inevitably some things get brushed under the rug.

Here’s why procrastinating on commercial services could be a costly mistake for your business:

  1. Regular upkeep improves overall system performance.
  2. Your commercial HVAC system needs a professional inspection at least once a year, but that doesn’t mean you can ignore the odds and ends for the rest of the time. Getting general maintenance taken care of, like cleaning and replacing filters, lubricating bearings, checking belts, etc., shouldn’t be put off for more than three or four months. Filters need to get cleaned and replaced at least that often, with system component checks done a couple of times a year.

  3. Getting more bang for your buck through the years is essential.
  4. If there’s one thing that gets the attention of business owners, it’s the opportunity to cut costs. Saving money is maybe the biggest incentive to keep maintenance updated with commercial HVAC services. The small fee of replacing filters, and doing preventative checkups means you can avoid costly and inconvenient emergency repairs.

  5. Investments in maintenance are investments in safety.
  6. Not only do you extend the overall lifetime of your system by investing in regular maintenance, but you also protect the people it services. For example, customers and employees who spend time in the building might develop respiratory irritation if the filter isn't properly cleaned. This is because dust and other allergens can accumulate in the filter, making it less efficient at preventing common allergens like mold or dirt from circulating in the air.

Contact us today to get more information about which commercial services are right for your business.

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