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Why Timely HVAC Repair & Maintenance Matters
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July

By jsg / in /

Why Timely HVAC Repair & Maintenance Matters

hvaHeating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems need timely maintenance to be able to function effectively, not unlike any other piece of equipment or home appliance. Regular HVACs can go a long way in preventing the requirement for extensive repairs or complete replacements, which can prove to be extremely costly. This is especially true for a retail business owner or any commercial establishment in the Bay Area where customers frequently visit the business premises.

We would recommend twice a year inspection, cleaning, and tune-up by your trusted HVAC technician who may suggest repairs, if needed, to thwart any potential breakdown. Below are some of the ways that timely repair and maintenance of your HVAC system can benefit you.

Efficiency

HVAC systems, as per some statistics, can mop up roughly 40 percent of the total energy requirement of most commercial establishments. Clogged ducts, faulty compressors, or other issues may cause your HVAC system to run with much less efficiency, resulting in a much higher cost for your business than you may have planned for. This is not good when gas prices are going up, inflation is out of control, and taxes could be increasing as well.

Longevity

Timely and regular maintenance can extend your HVAC system’s lifespan, stretch out the time interval between any repairs, and can help keep it in suitable running condition for much longer.

Safety

Regular maintenance can bring pertinent safety issues to your notice that could otherwise expose people and resources to risk. Scrutiny of an electrically powered HVAC system can help detect short circuits that may cause a fire hazard. Gas venting inspection of oil or gas furnaces can ensure if they are burning carbon dioxide properly, to prevent this odorless but poisonous gas from invading your living or working space.

Identify Minor Issues

Some HVAC issues might show early warning symptoms that experienced technicians can recognize, through a sequence of troubleshooting steps. In order to stop minor issues from turning into costly repair problems, call a qualified technician as soon as you notice any anomalies in the working of your HVAC system.

Save on Repair Bills

Regular maintenance translates into negligible repair problems due to the early detection of any hitches. It is always sensible to replace defective parts and handle minor issues, before they turn into severe problems costing enormous sums of money in repairs.

Avoid Outages

With regular maintenance and attending to repairs when they are minor, you can help lessen the likelihood of having an air conditioning outage during your regular business hours. For example, if you own a gym and the air conditioning breaks down when you have a floor full of health enthusiasts, you might be running the risk of losing your regular clients. Your HVAC issues, if left unattended or undetected, can end up costing you heavily in terms of time, money, and also your business reputation.

Legal Compliances

There are stipulations laid down by the Environmental Protection Agency, regarding leaking refrigerant. In the event of any refrigerant leak in your HVAC system, you need to report the issue, besides getting it repaired within the stipulated time. Any non-compliance with these environmental rules by you, may result in penalties or stricter legal action.


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