We’re now moving into November, and that means that the winter is coming very soon. If you haven’t yet scheduled regular maintenance for your commercial HVAC system, now is the best time to get it done. You want this important service completed before the serious cold weather strikes and we settle in for another winter season.
We offer a commercial maintenance plan to survey your building’s heating system in the fall (and air conditioning system in winter) along with the ventilation system. It takes around 1 to 2 hours per unit for us to perform maintenance. This takes care of all the inspections and adjustments required to optimize a commercial heating system for the coming months: filter change, lubrication of motors and other moving parts, checking the refrigerant charge, coil cleaning, performance tests, and any necessary adjustments and cleanings.
Why This Is a Crucial Service
Both homes and businesses should schedule bi-annual HVAC system maintenance. But it’s especially vital for businesses, since much more than the comfort of a few people rests on the proper performance of a comfort system throughout the year:
- Improve the bottom line: Routine maintenance is an investment in saving money over both the short and long-term. In the short term, your commercial HVAC system will suffer from fewer costly repair needs and will work at peak efficiency to keep utility bills under control. In the long-term, maintenance ensures that the HVAC system will work for as long as possible so you won’t have to purchase a new system years before you should.
- Protect the comfort of employees and clientele: Maintenance is designed to defend your workplace from suffering from the extreme when the heating or AC system gives out abruptly. Although you can call for emergency repair work if this occurs, that still means an unpleasant few hours that will have a negative effect on business. Maintenance lets you move into the winter (as well as the summer) with the highest confidence that the commercial HVAC system won’t fail on you.
Arrange for your commercial HVAC services in Eugene, OR with Comfort Flow Heating.