Florida is known for its high temperatures and when it comes to commercial buildings, they are harder to keep cool when heat waves hit. Preventative commercial HVAC system maintenance is crucial to keeping your building cool. It is also imperative to the following:
- How well your system runs- A well-maintained commercial HVAC system can consistently keep your building at a comfortable temperature. Making sure your HVAC system has been regularly inspected and calibrated can also ensure that your system is running smoothly at all times and the temperature and humidity continue to stay at optimal levels. Temperature and humidity levels not only have an impact on employee comfort but customers have been observed to spend more time and money when they are comfortable, as well.
- How efficient your system is in ridding your building of pollutants- HVAC systems that have regular maintenance ensures your building is always receiving the proper ventilation. This is imperative to improving air quality and ensuring it is clean and safe. This may not seem too important, but it’s actually an essential part of your business’s success. This is because improved air quality improves employee productivity and wellness.
- How much money you can save in the long run- Regular maintenance is linked to a decreased risk in the breakdown of your HVAC system. HVAC systems are complex and if they are not well-maintained, the potential for costly repairs significantly goes up over time. Preventative maintenance is the best proactive approach you can take to prevent major repairs. In addition, preventative maintenance also extends the life of your commercial HVAC system- extending its life up to 40 years. Another way to save big is through energy savings. Commercial HVAC systems are much larger than residential systems. If not properly maintained, the efficiency of your system declines because of several factors such as the breaking down of parts causing them to not work properly, refrigerant levels declining, and air filters clogging and restricting airflow. The bottom line is that well-maintained systems save energy, which saves you money.
If you are unsure if your commercial HVAC system needs maintenance or have any other questions we have experienced technicians ready to help you.