Did you know your HVAC has an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years? Many units fail prematurely due to lack of routine maintenance. Save yourself time and money by scheduling HVAC preventative maintenance with your certified technician.
HVAC preventative maintenance plans vary from monthly to quarterly maintenance, depending on the building’s size and its HVAC needs. The objective of preventative maintenance is to reduce unexpected downtime, increase HVAC life expectancy, and ensure a productive environment.
Why Schedule Routine Maintenance?
In the long run, proactive maintenance uses less of your company’s resources than emergency maintenance when something goes wrong. Additionally, effective maintenance can reduce HVAC energy costs up to 40%, allowing you to use excess company funds for company-focused purchases.
Your commercial HVAC system’s average lifespan is 15 to 20 years if serviced regularly by a certified HVAC technician. Being proactive with your HVAC maintenance will:
Extend the Life of Your Unit
HVAC units are an investment that deserve to be sustained. Regular maintenance is the most efficient way to ensure your building uses the HVAC unit’s lifespan to its fullest potential. Like any piece of machinery, minor repairs will be needed every so often. As long as you replace those pieces when needed, the system will remain in sufficient working condition.
Avoid Costly Repairs and Downtime
Emergency repairs are expensive and can take a dip in your company’s expenses if not adequately maintained by a certified HVAC technician. Depending on the time of the year, when HVAC systems fail, the air quality conditions can be unbearable, resulting in business downtime. By taking advantage of preventative maintenance programs, the risk of this happening decreases significantly.
Keep Your Business Safe
Gas appliances can be dangerous if not cared for properly. If your system has a leak or makes a noise that seems irregular, there may be an underlying issue that needs to be tended to. Since the rise of COVID-19, your employees’ and customers’ health is more critical now than ever before. Ensure your business’s safety by actively recognizing HVAC system efficiency changes and scheduling routine maintenance with your trusted HVAC provider.
HVAC Risk Assessment
During scheduled routine maintenance, your HVAC technician will provide your HVAC units with a risk assessment. Through this HVAC maintenance checklist, they replace the unit’s air filters, look to see if the systems are free of debris (mainly for outdoor units), and listen for any unusual noises, which may indicate loose vents or bolts.
Improve Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality is not only about the safety of your employees and customers—it’s also about their comfort. Working in or visiting a humid or musty commercial building leaves visitors with a negative first impression and decreases staff productivity.
There are several ways to promote better air quality in your building. For starters, if you notice a difference in your office’s indoor air quality, it may be time to change the air filters in your HVAC unit. Air filters catch many foreign particles, including pollen and dust. The purpose of air filters is to ensure the air you’re breathing is pure and does not contain any contaminants that aren’t meant for inhaling.
Air filters must be changed once every three months maximum. If you notice your office’s air quality getting worse, reflect on the last time your HVAC technician came to service your HVAC system.
Want To Extend Your Building’s HVAC Lifespan?
Avoid expensive commercial HVAC replacement costs by scheduling routine maintenance with your trusted HVAC contractor. At A&G Services, we pride ourselves on providing the most efficient service to you and your building’s HVAC needs, creating the most authentic commercial office solutions. Our HVAC technicians deliver exceptional maintenance on a routine basis, avoiding risk of equipment failure.
We provide a variety of cutting-edge preventative maintenance programs to help your office building maintain a comfortable environment at all times. Optimize the performance of your HVAC with A&G Services.