How to Know When Your HVAC Needs Serviced

hvac-airconditioningWhen your commercial air conditioner efficiently supplies cool air to your business, your employee satisfaction and productivity increases and the HVAC equipment runs more efficiently. How do you know when your commercial HVAC system needs to be serviced? 

It is Louder Than Normal 

Air conditioners and furnaces that need repaired or serviced often make loud, disruptive noises such as clicking or buzzing. Loud noises can be disruptive to employees and customers. It is best to have a HVAC service provider diagnose the problem and fix it. 

Employees and Guests Complain About It Being Too Warm 

If your employees are constantly complaining that the humidity level seems high or their office is too warm, then your air conditioner may need to be serviced. Inconsistent or inefficient cooling suggests an air flow problem that might originate in the blower, the air ducts or other sources within your commercial air conditioner. 

High Energy Bill 

A high energy bill suggests that you’re consuming too many resources. An air conditioner that struggles to produce cool air draws more electricity than one that functions properly.  

Moisture Build Up 

If you see condensation on your AC or furnace unit, it may result from the appliance’s normal operations or it indicates a possible problem.  

Foul Odors 

Mold, mildew, refrigerant leaks and other problems can produce unpleasant odors that can be a sign of air flow problem or a sign that an area needs to be serviced or cleaned. 

Your business depends on conditioned air to keep your employees and guests comfortable and productive during the warm months. System4 Facilities Services Management is your one-point-of-contact for all facility service needs. Our large network of vetted, experienced service providers are prepared to handle any facility type. We create customized solutions to meet your needs and exceed your expectations. 

Contact us today to set up a time to discuss your facility’s service needs. 

 

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