Advances in technology and equipment have enabled commercial HVAC maintenance professionals to more accurately diagnose problems before they become more serious and expensive to solve.
Even the most modern HVAC systems require maintenance. Commercial services for HVAC should be provided regularly to prevent minor problems from escalating into larger and more expensive problems.
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Several problems can arise due to poor commercial air conditioning maintenance. The external coil of the capacitor should be checked for damage and cleaned thoroughly.
A dirty evaporator or internal cooling coil can result in an inefficient HVAC system. Apart from reducing energy efficiency, improperly drying the coils can cause water leaks and a damaged compressor.
The filter should be replaced every time a commercial HVAC is serviced to increase airflow, allow the HVAC system to run with less energy, and extend the life of the commercial AC compressor. Loose or old roller systems can cause energy loss by increasing low airflow.
If the HVAC system belt is not adjusted properly, the motor and bearings can be damaged. The A / C service specialist must lubricate the motor bearings and fan bearings to minimize the energy used to run the system.
Properly lubricated bearings can also extend system life and avoid costly repairs. Condensate drains, traps, and pipes that are clogged, contaminated, or covered in debris can cause water leaks and damaged HVAC systems requiring commercial HVAC maintenance.