As a property owner or facility manager, it’s your responsibility to ensure the overall health of your commercial building for the benefit of its occupants or tenants. One of the things to focus on is the property’s HVAC systems. Regular preventative maintenance will help prevent premature failure of heating and cooling units.
As a leading HVAC contractor in the area, here we highlight three of the most expensive but avoidable commercial HVAC repairs.
Boiler repairs. Some commercial properties have boiler rooms to ensure HVAC systems deliver heat and hot water on demand. When something goes wrong inside, however, it can be expensive to repair. Common boiler room issues include condenser failure, leaks and water pressure problems. If not addressed right away, these can lead to costly repairs and potential profit loss.
AC duct and vent repairs. Air conditioning systems are among the most overutilized systems inside commercial buildings, but they also tend to be the most neglected. Over time, the ducts and vents become clogged with dust and debris, which then float around and affect indoor air quality. Inefficient ductwork can also compromise the efficiency and lifespan of the AC units. Don’t wait until it’s too late; clean the ducts and vents of your commercial AC units to help you save money on repairs and early replacement costs.
Chilled water system repairs. Components such as cooling towers and chillers provide inexpensive cooling inside commercial properties, but they require regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance and efficiency. Otherwise, they won’t be able to serve the needs of the occupants and tenants effectively and will require frequent costly repairs.
McMaster Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is a licensed and insured contractor that offers the highest-quality workmanship to serve the needs of both residential and commercial clients. Our scheduled and annual maintenance plans, which include tune-ups, cleaning and multi-point inspections, can help you save significantly on expenses and ensure the longevity of your commercial HVAC systems.