Although the checklist for maintenance of a commercial unit is similar to that for a residential unit, your technician is dealing with a substantially larger installation. Components the specialist will be sure to check include the AC system, heat pump, electric heater, gas furnace, and dual-fuel heat pump.
A commercial unit will demand more regular checkups than just in the spring. Ideally, it should undergo maintenance every season with the change in climate. In fact, some parts and systems ought to be maintained even more frequently.
It’s vital to design and schedule a maintenance plan for your commercial HVAC system with a qualified technician. This will keep your system at full capacity and your customers comfortable. While a typical commercial HVAC system will last 10 to 15 years, this can best be achieved through proper ongoing maintenance.