Yes, this was a bad winter and very cold, but the spring is approaching fast and the summer will arrive soon. If you want your HVC running proficiently this summer, you will need to have proper maintenance now.
When you do not keep your HVAC properly, the components in the system will get dirty, wear out and come out of alignment. These issues can be fixed quickly and inexpensively with maintenance, but it can cause catastrophic and expensive, failures when they not found soon enough.
When your HVAC is not getting regular and proper maintenance, then it is probably not running very well. You might think that you are saving company money by skipping maintenance, but really, if your HVAC is not running efficiently this summer, the added costs to utility bills can be much higher than you would have spent on maintenance.
Air conditioning units that must work harder and run longer will bring your building down the temperature that you want it to be, if it is even able to do so. If your AC system is not able to cool your business properly, your staff and clients might be uncomfortable. Staff that is uncomfortable is not very productive. But that might really because uncomfortable clients will spend little money and are less probable to reappearance at your business, so your employees will have less which isn’t want you want.
Keep HVAC running efficiently
When the HVAC is not maintained properly will not only waste energy and increase the risk of a major breakdown. It also reduces the quality of the air in your business. Your HVAC is designed to circulate air, and when the system is dirty, it circulates only dirty air. Dark, cool and damp places like the inside of your HVAC system is a breeding ground for fungi and mould. Circulating air through a dirty AC system will spread these spores from the mould and fungi, as well as other allergens and contaminants, all over your building. For clean, healthy air to circulate in your business, then you need a HVAC system that is healthy and clean. Proper maintenance can give that to you.