We often recommend that homeowners and business owners alike schedule a heating maintenance visit every year before the heating system begins. We’ll go over the details of a maintenance visit in this guide, and what makes one so beneficial to your home and your budget. But for now, what’s important to know is that it’s not too late to have a professional maintain your commercial heating system for the well-being of your employees, your clientele, and your business!
Why Schedule Commercial HVAC Maintenance?
Commercial heating system maintenance consists primarily of an inspection and tune-up—a thorough look at all of the major components of the system as well as a few adjustments if any are necessary. A technician may, for example, clean a dirty flame sensor, or tighten some electrical connections.
But how does this benefit your business? In more ways than one!
- Seek repairs now, not after the unit has broken down. With an inspection, you’ll find out if anything needs repairs, even if you haven’t noticed a problem yet. You can schedule service today rather than deal with a system breakdown later on.
- Improve efficiency. Heating maintenance can actually make the system run more smoothly, since the parts end up in better shape, which means the heater may use less energy than it did when the parts were worn down.
- Feel safer. An inspection of your system ensures there are no electrical or gas safety problems.
- Potentially keep the unit around for longer. Regular maintenance visits can even extend the life of the unit, saving your business money in the long run.
When Is a Good Time for Maintenance?
We usually recommend that business owners schedule maintenance before it starts to get cold. But there’s still time to do so even in the middle of winter. Scheduling maintenance today ensures your business is not suddenly inconvenienced or interrupted when you really need the heat to work. Call your local commercial HVAC specialists today!
ACI Northwest is here to help with your home comfort needs or concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact us for helpful advice about your commercial heating in Coeur d’Alene.