Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition
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Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition

There aren't many things more frustrating than an air conditioning that refuses to run. A hot, muggy home can make your space incredibly uncomfortable, which is why I have always focused on maintaining my air conditioning system. Unfortunately, I still run into problems from time to time and I am sure that all of you do, which is one of the reasons I decided to build this website. Check out these posts for more information about keeping your system working beautifully, even if you aren't naturally good at fixing things. You never know, making the right changes could dramatically improve your summertime experience.


Keeping Your HVAC System In Great Condition

3 Critical Services AC Contractors Can Provide To Commercial Properties

Herbert Franklin

During the summer, AC units are absolutely essential for keeping commercial buildings cool. If you ever experience problems with your unit, contact a commercial air conditioning contractor immediately. They can fix the following issues with your commercial HVAC system. 

System Recharge 

If your commercial AC unit is not bringing in adequate cool air on a consistent basis, the coolant levels may be too low. The HVAC system needs to be re-charged, meaning more coolant needs to be added. A licensed AC contractor should always perform this step for safety and legal reasons.

They'll make a note of your particular AC system so they can bring out the appropriate coolant. Then, they'll charge your system to the appropriate levels. A series of tests will be run to ensure your AC unit is pumping out the appropriate amounts of cool air again. If this issue keeps happening, the coolant lines may have a leak. In this case, the contractor can seal the leak with a patch.

Thermostat Replacement 

There may be times when the issue is with the thermostat controlling the AC unit, not the AC unit itself. These problems involve electricity, meaning you'll need professional assistance from a licensed AC contractor.

They'll bring out their testing equipment to see if the thermostat is receiving a signal. If it's completely dead, they can replace it with a new model. You'll have the chance to look through their available units and choose something that works for your budget. Once you make a selection, they'll complete the installation according to code.

Drain Pan Repair 

It's quite natural for some water to drip out of your AC system while it's running. That's why your system has a drain pain. It collects this water and keeps it from affecting your property. When this pan is damaged, you need to get assistance from an AC contractor.

They'll locate this pan and conduct a thorough inspection. If it has cracks or pieces coming off, they can repair the pan back to its original condition. They'll also test the pan out with water once the repair is made, ensuring it can effectively hold. Thanks to this repair, you can prevent severe water damage.

No matter what type of AC unit your commercial building has, it will stop working or experience an issue at some point. When you contact an AC contractor, you never have to concern yourself with these issues again. They'll be fixed correctly and efficiently.