Commercial Preventative Maintenance
Posted by January 5th, 2021
Commercial preventative maintenance is the best way to extend your HVAC system’s lifespan.
Owning a car requires you to handle certain tasks on a regular basis. Most drivers wouldn’t take the risk of skipping oil changes or failing to rotate the tires, as these maintenance tasks are critical to the safety and smooth operation of the vehicle. The HVAC equipment in your commercial building requires regular maintenance as well, but this is an area that many people overlook. As a commercial building owner or manager, the responsibility falls on your shoulder to take care of the system and ensure it is properly maintained.
Commercial preventative maintenance is the best way to extend your HVAC system’s lifespan. Keeping up with the recommended maintenance can also reduce the risk of breakdown, which is especially beneficial in a business with employees to keep comfortable. A non-functional air conditioner in your workspace can cause a delay in productivity or a loss of work time, which can be costly for a business owner. When you maintain your equipment, you can also reduce the need for expensive repairs.
At Webb Heating & Air Conditioning, we provide commercial preventative maintenance for both heating and air conditioning units. When we come to your commercial business for your maintenance service, we’ll start by fully testing the heating or cooling system. If we spot any areas of concern, we can discuss options and come up with a plan for repair right away, instead of allowing the system to continue to run and potentially have more extensive, costly problems. We will also check the coolant level to ensure there are no leaks or other damage to the reservoir.
If you have any questions about the importance of commercial preventative maintenance, don’t hesitate to contact us at Webb Heating & Air Conditioning.
At Webb Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer commercial preventative maintenance in Advance, Greensboro, Mocksville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Lexington, Burlington, and Graham, North Carolina.