Maintain Your HVAC System
Your HVAC system is a critical component of your entire operation. It is responsible for keeping your building comfortable during the hottest and coldest months of the year. Even seasoned building managers may need help, and at Sun Mechanical Systems, we’re here to provide that help.
Check HVAC Settings
Your HVAC settings can make a difference in your energy bill. To fix the settings, you should calibrate the thermostat to keep those in the building comfortable. You can also lower the temperature at night or when no one is in the building.
Check the Air Filter
Your HVAC system needs to have its air filter replaced regularly. You should consider replacing the filters at least once a month. Your building will circulate cleaner air when you have clean air filters, and your system will last longer.
Test the HVAC
Do not wait until the hot or cold season to test the HVAC. The last thing you want is to have your HVAC stop working when your staff or tenants need it the most. Instead, make sure to check it before summer and winter.
Establish an HVAC Maintenance Program
When you have an HVAC maintenance plan, you are less likely to drop cash on expensive repairs. Additionally, maintenance improves your system’s energy efficiency. Most programs include:
Upgrade to a Modern HVAC
After an assessment, we can tell you if it’s time to upgrade your HVAC system. If your system has been around for a long time and seems worn and old, then it’s probably time for you to upgrade. Upgrading your system will reduce your energy costs and the risk of fire.
Keeping up to date with maintenance is the most important tip to keep your HVAC running. Maintaining a commercial HVAC unit should be done by the professionals at Sun Mechanical Systems. To find out more about HVAC maintenance, contact us as soon as possible.
4/21/2022 08:13:59 am
My friend is thinking of purchasing something that can boost the comfort levels of his new working space. I love your suggestion of investing in an HVAC unit that can both cool and warms your living space. I'll probably share this idea with him so he'd consider it for the project.
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