Your heating and cooling system doesn’t just keep you warm or cool depending on the season. It also controls your indoor air quality.
There are two types of HVAC systems maintenance: preventive and reactive. With reactive maintenance, you wait until a major breakdown occurs to have the system serviced.
Business owners and property managers need maintenance strategies that maximize their equipment and systems’ efficiency without driving up utility costs. That’s where a building automation system (BAS) comes in.
You can rely on your air conditioner the keep you cool and comfortable in even the hottest temperatures. In humid weather, on the other hand, that may not be the case.
A commercial plumbing system can be vulnerable to leaks, corrosion, and other serious problems. However, proactive maintenance can prevent these issues from occurring.
When a pipe becomes congested and a plunger won’t do the trick, the next best option is likely a hydro jetter. Hydro jetting is one of the most effective ways to clear a blocked drain.
Among the many problems you have to worry about, your building’s heating, ventilation, and air cooling system (HVAC) is probably pretty low on your priority list.
Some great reasons why your Commercial HVAC system needs routine maintenance
The typical commercial HVAC system is designed to last around 15-20 years.