Does your commercial air conditioning unit only work in certain areas of your building? Is it notorious for occasionally blasting the wrong temperatures or making strange sounds? If any of these issues sound familiar, it is probably time for you to schedule a maintenance appointment with a professional technician.
In fact, whether your commercial HVAC unit is having problems or running smoothly, regularly scheduled maintenance can help your AC last longer, avoid sudden shutdowns, and keep your commercial building cool throughout the entire Georgia summer.
As a commercial property owner, you rely on a commercial air conditioning unit throughout the year. Unfortunately, a unit that isn't properly maintained is more likely to break down, which is why we offer a maintenance agreement that helps protect your HVAC system.
We also have a team of professional technicians who can service your commercial air conditioner any day of the week. With these services in mind, the following maintenance steps should be completed throughout the year to prolong the life of your unit and keep it functioning properly.
- AC filters should be cleaned or replaced when they are clogged or filled with pollen, dirt, and other debris.
- Filters can last for three months depending on air conditions and use. However, some AC filters will need to be replaced every other month if they become clogged with dust, allergens, and pollen.
- Commercial property owners should check the building's thermostat to ensure it is set to the right temperature for the seasonal conditions.
- Condenser fan blades should be checked to ensure they are damage-free. If condenser blades have chips, cracks, or other signs of wear and tear, a professional technician should replace them.
In addition to the above steps, you can hire a professional technician to complete commercial air conditioning preventative maintenance. During the appointment, the technician will complete a full inspection and clean your entire air conditioning system.
The technician will identify areas of wear and tear and make recommendations that will keep your HVAC unit functioning properly. In fact, the preventative maintenance provided by expert technicians can extend the life of your commercial air conditioning system and improve your building's indoor air quality.
Call a Professional Technician Today
Whether you need help changing an air filter, inspecting the condenser fan blades, or identifying why your commercial air conditioner is making strange noises, the professional technicians at Duggan's One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning are here to help.
Don't delay or let your HVAC unit completely break down. After all, replacing a commercial HVAC unit is far more expensive than properly maintaining it throughout its lifetime.