Maintaining your commercial HVAC system is crucial to its efficiency and longevity. However, the tune-up process is a complex one that encompasses a variety of checks, tests, and adjustments, all with the overriding aim of ensuring your system is running optimally.
In this post, HVAC Construction, Inc. discusses what typically happens during a commercial HVAC tune-up.
Comprehensive System Check
HVAC professionals will thoroughly inspect and test the entire HVAC system. This includes compressors, condenser and blower motors, evaporator and condenser coils, thermostats, and more. They’ll assess the system’s condition and identify signs of wear, damage or other potential problems.
Regular cleaning is key to keeping your HVAC system running smoothly. It keeps dust and debris from accumulating in your air ducts and grime from building up on your coils. Technicians will clean different parts of your system to maintain efficiency and prevent breakdowns.
To minimize friction in the moving parts of your HVAC system (like the motors and belts), HVAC professionals will ensure parts are sufficiently lubricated.
Filters are important in maintaining the air quality in your building. During a tune-up, technicians will replace dirty filters with clean ones to enhance airflow and promote a healthier indoor environment.
Technicians will also inspect and calibrate your thermostats during a tune-up. They will the devices are functioning correctly and able to keep your building at the desired temperature.
One vital part of the tune-up is checking the system’s safety features. A professional heating construction service will ensure heat exchangers, carbon monoxide detectors and other such devices are in working order.
After a tune-up, many HVAC companies will provide a summary or a savings report. It will detail the tasks performed, issues resolved, and how these tasks may lengthen the lifespan and reduce the system’s running cost.
Regular HVAC tune-ups are crucial for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of your commercial HVAC system. To give your commercial HVAC system the care it deserves, reach out to HVAC Construction, Inc. We’re ready to provide comprehensive heating and construction air conditioning services. Call us at (801) 298-4822 or visit our contact page to schedule an appointment. We serve customers in North Salt Lake, UT, and surrounding areas.