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Is Your Commercial HVAC System Ready for Winter?

We aren’t quite at fully cold weather yet, but it is coming, and the last thing you want to deal with is experiencing heating problems in your commercial building. One of the best ways to make sure you don’t is to hire the commercial HVAC professionals from Comfort Flow Heating to perform bi-annual maintenance on your commercial heating and cooling system.

Why Maintenance?

When professionals like ours perform maintenance on your commercial HVAC system, we aren’t just taking a quick look at it and changing a few air filters. We are performing an in-depth, full tune-up on your system, and this takes skill, expertise and training. The reason maintenance is so important and why a number of tasks need to be conducted accurately and correctly is so that you can gain the benefits maintenance has to offer. These include:

  • Increased energy efficiency
  • Improved comfort
  • Less wear and tear on your system
  • Prevention of repairs
  • Extends the life of your equipment

It Has to Be Twice a Year?

The reason we strongly recommend bi-annual maintenance for your commercial heating and cooling system is that you need to maintain the different components annually and you need to maintain the parts used in both modes twice a year. For instance, if your heating and cooling system uses the same fan to push warm and cool air through your ductwork system, this fan is doing twice the work of separate systems. A great deal of wear and tear will accumulate on those components used year-round. Those parts that are used seasonally will carry their wear and tear into each season, as well as a layer of dust and dirt that will coat the components and potentially compromise how they work.

Don’t let the fall slip away without scheduling your commercial HVAC system for maintenance – call the commercial pros at Comfort Flow Heating today!

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