Commercial cooling systems are quite different from residential systems. Commercial buildings generally have high-powered HVAC units installed on the roof, that regulate the temperature in the offices and different rooms throughout the building. There’s a network of air ducts through which cooled air passes from the HVAC units and into the different rooms. In some commercial buildings, split air conditioners are also used. Most HVAC companies generally have long term service contracts with different commercial buildings and maintenance companies. Here are some of the services that they offer.
Since commercial cooling units run for long hours during the day, they don’t last as long as split units in houses. Ideally, commercial HVAC units are replaced every few years. Companies have to weigh the costs of regular maintenance and repairs, to see if consistent repairing is better, or whether they should replace the units altogether. In case there’s a need for a new cooling system, all you have to do is provide your specifications and requirements, and the company will handle everything else.
Repairs and Maintenance
Commercial cooling systems need regular repairs and maintenance. The morale and performance of a work team is affected if the air conditioners within the company aren’t functioning properly. Timely maintenance and servicing is essential to keep the systems running smoothly at all times. The company will send over a team of HVAC technicians to fill up the gas and check the piping, to ensure that everything’s working smoothly.
One of the most common issues with commercial systems is that they often start leaking gas. Detecting the source of leakage can take a while, especially considering the sheer number of different pipes that connect the units, and other components of the system. Payments are generally made on running contracts. Contact Mason Mechanical Services LLC for more information. You can follow them on Google+ for more information.
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