Crucial Maintenance Tasks For Your Commercial HVAC System

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Commercial buildings tend to be larger than residential living spaces. This means that the HVAC system in your commercial space is larger and more powerful than the one serving your home. Commercial HVAC systems need to be meticulously maintained to avoid serious performance problems.

Work with a local commercial HVAC contractor to set up a maintenance schedule that includes the following critical tasks to keep your HVAC system running properly in the future.

Replace Air Filters

Air filters in your commercial system may need to be changed more frequently than the air filters in a residential system. Commercial spaces can be dirtier than homes, which means that the air filters are removing more particulate matter from the air before heating or cooling your commercial space.

Dirty and clogged air filters cause your HVAC system to work harder, aging your system prematurely. Replace the air filters frequently for optimal HVAC performance.

Lubricate Moving Parts

A heating and air conditioning system is made up of many components. Some of these components have moving parts that need to be kept lubricated to function properly. A special type of grease must be used to protect moving parts against corrosion.

If you don't lubricate your HVAC system regularly, you run the risk of causing permanent damage that might require you to invest in a costly new HVAC system.

Replace a Worn System Quickly

A big part of maintaining your commercial HVAC system is knowing when it's time to invest in a new one. If repair costs keep rising and you notice that your heating or cooling system isn't working as well as it used to, then it may be time to upgrade.

An experienced HVAC contractor can help you evaluate the heating and cooling needs of your commercial space and recommend a new HVAC unit that will meet those needs. Some business owners put off purchasing a new HVAC system because of the costs associated with installing a new air conditioner and furnace.

Check with your contractor to see if you might qualify for tax rebates or manufacturer discounts that can help reduce installation costs.

Being able to regulate the temperature inside your commercial space is critical to the success of your business. Invest in routine maintenance and replace your worn HVAC system with a new one to ensure you always have access to the heating and cooling services you need in your commercial space.

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