Commercial HVAC Maintenance
Can your facility’s air conditioner handle the summer heat? Can its furnace survive the frigid winter chill? Don’t risk an emergency breakdown that will force everyone in your office to sweat or freeze until help arrives. Professional, regularly-scheduled maintenance check-ups are the best way to prevent unexpected heating and air emergencies and save your business money in the long run.
Our preventative maintenance packages include routine maintenance procedures (such as replacing air filters) and a complete inspection of your entire commercial HVAC system. We are also able to inspect your building’s plumbing and drainage to ensure that all systems are running smoothly.
How often does commercial maintenance occur?
Generally, commercial HVAC maintenance occurs twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. However, buildings which are older and more susceptible to damage may require multiple inspections per year. If your business has several floors or an extremely large square footage, we recommend three or inspections per year.
What is included in a preventative maintenance inspection?
During your preventative maintenance inspection, your technician will:
- Inspect electrical components and repair/replace/tighten as needed
- Clean and lubricate motors
- Examine, adjust and align belts
- Inspect, clean and balance blowers
- Change dirty air filters and ensure proper airflow
- Inspect pumps, check flow rates, and lubricate where appropriate
- Check system functions, safety controls, and operating sequences
What is included in a spring preventative maintenance visit?
Your spring inspection will be in preparation for the summer season. Your technician will:
- Check refrigerant levels and identify/repair any leaks
- Condensate pans, traps, and lines to prevent obstructions
- Clean inside and outside coils
- Straighten fins
What should I expect during my fall visit?
Your fall visit will be in preparation for the winter season. Your technician will:
- Inspect the heat exchanger for cracks
- Adjust the air-to-fuel ratio of the burner
- Perform a combustion analysis
- Clean the burner assembly
- Remove soot from the fireside of burner
- Clean and check the humidifier