The HVAC system works year-round, even if you don’t use the industrial air conditioning in the cooler months. Many times, the furnace (heat) also comes from the same system. As such, it is important to know how to extend the life of your system so that you get the most use out of it. Of course, maintenance is the first thing you should consider. Most HVAC professionals recommend two tune-ups each year (spring and fall). During the tune-up, the professional will inspect the moving parts and lubricate them as needed. They’ll also clean the condenser, clear buildup from the drain tubes, check refrigerants, replace the filters, and check the other components for signs of wear and tear.
Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
understands that your air conditioner is your lifeline. It helps your
customers and employees stay comfortable, so it is important that it
works correctly. However, you’re focused on the bottom line, so you
don’t want the system to run more than it has to. Overworking your
system also leads to its premature demise and a variety of extra
Commercial AC repair in Lafayette is going to be needed at some point. If your system is maintained correctly, you can reduce the amount of repairs you need. Some of the common issues can be nipped in the bud before they become significant problems. If you notice that your air conditioner doesn’t produce cold air or doesn’t run at all, this is a significant problem. However, many times, there are other indications that something is going to go wrong. Routine maintenance can reveal those issues. It’s never a good idea to try to fix your air conditioner yourself. Even if you have a maintenance crew, you should leave a/c concerns to the industry professionals because they perform this type of work more often and know what to do.