Commercial HVAC Maintenance
If you’re like most people, you don’t think about your air conditioning unit very much until the temperature climbs, and you need some relief from the heat. To keep your AC working at peak performance routine maintenance is a must.
Like any other machine, your air conditioning unit requires regular maintenance to operate at its best. Annual maintenance can help extend the life of your HVAC system by identifying problems before they start. Routine maintenance can also increase the output of your system and improve the energy efficiency of the unit, resulting in lower energy bills for you.
How To Choose the Right Commercial HVAC Company For You
You will find many HVAC companies to choose from when looking for a commercial HVAC company to take care of your air conditioning system.
Make sure the business that you hire is licensed, bonded and insured in your state. This ensures that the company is a legitimate business, registered with the state and has insurance to cover any accidents or damages that may happen as a result of the project.
It is a good sign if the provider has been in business for a decade or more. Companies that boast 20 or more years of service have been in business long enough to have developed a strong reputation and loyal customers. They would not have stayed in business so long if they were not good at what they do.
- Where is the business located? Does it have a 24/7 service hotline? It helps to have a nearby business with 24/7 availability to perform your maintenance. That way, if you ever do have a problem that requires emergency service, your service provider is close and able to reach you quickly to fix the problem.
- Are the employees trained and certified? Like any other industry, air conditioning technology changes over time. You want to be sure the business you hire keeps its employees trained in the latest technologies. Even better than training is certification. Certified employees have received the highest level of training available which means you get top-notch service providers.
- Is it a “full-service” commercial HVAC company? Full-service companies provide more services and options than companies that specialize in one or two services. This comes in handy particularly when you have larger projects because one company can handle all aspects of the project. You don’t have to coordinate with different service providers.
- What kind of guarantee or warranty is provided? Does it cover the company’s work or just the product purchased? Look for companies that guarantee their work or offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. That way, if you are unhappy with the service, you have some fallback.