Why HVAC Maintenance Is Of Utmost Importance
With stiff competition in the business world, everything counts. Downtime for your HVAC system can make you lose valuable customers and be a huge setback to your performance.
But round-the-clock maintenance by qualified personnel will always ensure that there will be no hitches with your HVAC system as well as guarantee you significant savings in electricity – and improve your bottom line.
Our Dedicated Team of Professionals Aims To Assure You of The Best Quality
Significantly Less Downtime we can reduce your system downtime by 40% by keeping your system clean and rust-free, and address any potential problem even before it arises.
Lower Utility Costs An efficient and well-maintained HVAC system will always consume less energy, and this will reflect on your bills.
A Valid Warranty by providing you with a proper HVAC Service Contract, unlike many service providers, we shoulder the burden of your warranty claims.
Our HVAC Check List for Maintenance
We have a comprehensive checklist to ensure that we do not overlook any aspect of our service. Read on.
Inspection and Replacement of Air Filters: Dirty air filters make the unit inefficient, increasing energy costs by 15% by making the system go into overdrive when your provider does not replace the filters.
The dirt also enhances the risk of respiratory health conditions such as asthma.
Cleaning the Blower Assembly: Dust in the squirrel cage hampers the blower from pulling adequate air, causing the blower wheel operating inefficiently, thus leading to reduced airflow and high utility cost.
Inspection and Replacement of Belts: Belts get misaligned because of vibration causing torque loss and accelerated wear of the pulley wheel. Routine maintenance saves you thousands of dollars in repairs.
Lubrication of Motor Bearing and Fans: The lubrication is necessary to prevent wear and tear of moving parts brought by friction, thereby reducing energy consumption.
Refrigerant Leaks and Operating Pressure Inspection: The refrigerant level must be optimum at all times to prevent the compressor from damage and expensive repair.
Inspecting Drain Pan, Condensate Pump and Cleaning Supply Pan with Acid Tablets and Drain Lines With CO2: Clogged drain lines are very common, resulting in frequent leaks in HVAC units. Acid tablets in the drain pan prevent future buildup of mold, dirt, and soot. Persistent water leaks can bring down your ceiling.
Electrical Connections: Our maintenance will guarantee that minor faults such as loose wiring will not be the reason for downtime for your HVAC unit. Prevention is key.
Calibration of Temperature and Safety Controls: At least twice a year, safety and temperature controls should be calibrated and checked to provide assurance to the users that the temperatures from the system are safe.
Ampere Reading of all Compressors and Motors: The reading is critical in ensuring that the correct current flows to all the essential components and allow your HVAC maintenance team to fix any flaws timely.
Inspection of Valves and Dampers: We adjust valves and dampers according to the season and desired settings. As a safety precaution, we advise clients to close the gas valves to avert a crisis when winter comes, and the heating system develops problems.
Supply and Return Temperature Inspections: We have to measure the differential between the air sucked into the system versus the air produced from the unit and check for red flags.
Inspecting and Cleaning Condenser and Evaporator Coils: Both coils are critical to the system for its efficiency. When they are dirty, they may result in the following:
- Increased operating costs, up to 40% additional cost.
- Poor air quality – dirty coils breed mold and bacteria, and that is bad for your health.
- Shorter equipment life span – when the system has to work harder due to dirty coils, the excess pressure can damage many other components, such as the compressor.
- Reduced cooling – when heat transfer is restricted the compressor goes into overdrive and up to 30% capacity is lost by the unit.
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