You Don't Have To Make The Same Mistakes

I always took my home's heating and cooling system for granted. That is until I found myself battling one of the hottest days in years and my air conditioner simply refused to turn on. After contacting my local HVAC contractor, I learned that my cooling coils had frozen over from a lack of maintenance. He did get my AC back up and running that day, but he also helped me to look at my heating and cooling system in a whole new light. I have spent a lot of time over the last few years learning more about how to properly maintain my HVAC system and ultimately lower my energy costs. Today, I would like to share this knowledge with you so that I can help you to avoid some of the costly mistakes I have made in the past.

Tips For Getting Commercial HVAC Work


Your office building needs a bit of TLC from time to time. For your money to go a long way, be sure that you are giving your office the repairs that are the most worthwhile. To this end, get help from commercial HVAC professionals who can assist you with any level of work that you need. The points below will help you stay cool and collected in the face of changing weather conditions. 

Buy a new commercial HVAC system when spring or fall roll around

Spring and fall are two of the best times to get some work done on your HVAC system. The reason for this is that the temperatures are a little milder, so you are in less of a rush to get your system up and going. This is particularly true if you are looking into buying a brand-new HVAC system for your office. 

The systems all vary based on efficiency rating and other factors. Figure out if they use natural gas or electricity, and make sure that the model you look into is best suited for your office building. Take the time to look into everything from heat pumps and chillers to rooftop models. 

Above all, be sure that you are doing your homework so that you can find a system that suits your price range. You can get a commercial HVAC installation for about $4,000, depending on which sort of model you are looking into. 

Care for your building so that you are maximizing airflow

Installing your commercial HVAC system is one thing, but you also need to make sure that you are putting it into a position to have the absolute best airflow. Changing the filters will help you in this regard and will allow you to always be sure that your breathing air is unaffected and as clean as possible. 

Take the time to clean out your air ducts as well since this dictates a lot about how well the HVAC machinery serves your office. Get inspections a couple of times per year, and you'll always get the greatest performance out of your office HVAC system. 

When you want your commercial HVAC equipment to work well, you might also want to check your insulation. Getting fresh insulation for your office building might cost you about $2,000 or so. 

Follow these tips when you need commercial HVAC work to ensure that you and your workers stay comfortable throughout the year. 


17 May 2019