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How to Maintain Your Commercial HVAC System for the Holidays

16 December 2022

Throughout the year, your business may have been operating well. You may have been receiving lots of inquiries from a wide array of clients. You might have even expanded your operations to other places, enticing more people to try out your offerings.

All the success you have obtained for the past few months, however, may take a toll on your building system, especially on your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Your HVAC system plays a crucial role in regulating the indoor temperature and air quality of your building. Without checking its condition and servicing it correctly, some of its components may break down, causing some troubles in your operations.

To ensure that your commercial HVAC system will work continuously during and even after the holidays, you must carry out the following actions.

Clean the System Filters

Filters are utilised by the HVAC system to block pollutants, contaminants, and other harmful elements from reaching your workstations, storage areas, and other parts of your building. While they can be effective in deterring these elements, their accumulation may end up blocking the airway, forcing the HVAC system units to work beyond their normal range. As time passes, these components may malfunction. Cleaning the filters can prevent this from happening. You may also have to replace them to effectively retain proper airflow throughout your place.

Spot Water Damage and Leaks

One of the most prominent causes of HVAC system damage is the presence of water. Water may leak out of the HVAC system once your drainpipes become clogged or have cracked because of too much pressure. To ensure that your system can operate optimally during and after the holidays, you must spot the causes of water leaks right away. Once you have found the source of water leaks and damage, you must contact an HVAC system specialist or technician so they can repair the affected components right away.

Assess Condenser Coils

Assessing the condition of your condenser coils, evaporator, and other components can also help your HVAC system to be fully operational during and after the holidays. If their interiors have been bombarded with debris, dirt, and other dirty elements, they should be removed immediately so that they can carry out their processes optimally. However, if the clogged elements cannot be cleaned and removed despite using the right cleaning tools, you must ask for professional help as they might require special products for their removal.

Perform a System Recalibration

One more thing that you can do to maintain your HVAC system is to perform a system recalibration. Recalibrating your HVAC system at least twice a year ensures that its system components can still function according to the needs of your commercial building. It can also make sure that your system can work properly during the changes in season and surrounding temperature. Now, if you somehow spot that your HVAC system has deteriorated significantly, you may not have any choice but to replace it with a new one.

Maintaining your commercial HVAC system for the holidays can help your business perform optimally. If you need some help with HVAC system maintenance and upkeep, you can contact us at Redrock Contracting.

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