Commercial HVAC systems are designed to meet your building’s standards. However, they are not designed to run indefinitely. Like any machine, regular maintenance is needed to achieve optimal performance. For most business owners, a reliable HVAC system is crucial for the coming Spring months. Here are a few items to check on your commercial HVAC system to be prepared for spring.
Make Sure the Filters are Clean
Ensure that the filters in your heating and cooling system are clean and/or replaced.
Clean and Check the Coils
Clean the coils on your commercial AC unit and inspect for damage.
Inspect Fan Blades
Inspect the fan blades on your commercial AC unit.
Keep an Eye on Refrigerant Levels
Make sure the refrigerant levels in your commercial AC unit are correct.
Look for Damaged Wires
Check the wiring on your commercial heating and cooling system.
Ensure your Thermostat is Working
Make sure the thermostat is properly set and working correctly.
Neglected maintenance items will cause reduced system efficiency, higher energy costs, component failure, and reduced system lifespans. While basic inspections can be done by facilities managers, your best bet to ensure your HVAC system is functioning optimally is to schedule routine maintenance with a trusted commercial HVAC company.