Commercial HVAC Maintenance Tips

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Your company’s heating and cooling system is a vital part of your business operations. A properly working HVAC system will keep your customers and staff comfortable and safe. Ensure your equipment is functioning correctly with these commercial HVAC maintenance tips.

Schedule regular maintenance

Similar to your home’s HVAC equipment, your commercial system should be inspected regularly by a NATE-certified professional. Regular maintenance will ensure a clean and safe system, prevent breakdowns, cut down on energy costs and prolong the overall life of the equipment.

Change the filters

Clogged filters restrict airflow and cause equipment to work harder than it needs to. Inspecting and replacing the filters in your HVAC system regularly will not only increase your equipment’s efficiency, it will increase the quality of air and comfort inside your facility.

Know the signs of a problem

Always be on the lookout for issues with your HVAC equipment so you can catch them before they escalate. Furthermore, listen to your employees. If they are often complaining that it’s too hot or cold or that the indoor air quality is causing their allergies to flare up or making them sick, take note and investigate the problem.

Address problems immediately

A malfunctioning HVAC system can cause serious discomfort which can lead to employee and customer dissatisfaction and can also present a multitude of safety issues. As soon as you notice a problem, call your HVAC company to address the issue.

Always work with a qualified professional

Do not under any circumstances trust your commercial HVAC maintenance to anyone other than a qualified professional. Doing so could result in faulty, unreliable service that could put your customers and staff at risk, void your equipment’s warranty and cost you big time down the road.

Are you ready to get on the right track with your commercial HVAC maintenance? Call the experts at Crown Group Ohio and we’ll work with you to design a maintenance schedule that will decrease the need for repairs and prolong the life of your system.