Commercial properties and residential properties may share a lot of similar systems—boilers, heat pumps, air conditioners, etc.—but their demands are obviously very different. You wouldn’t bring a biplane to get tuned up at your auto shop just because cars and planes both have engines, right? Of course not.
And you shouldn’t schedule your commercial services with just any contractor, either.
Our team specializes in both residential and commercial HVAC in Lakewood, CA—and it shows. When we complete your commercial HVAC services, your system is going to work optimally in your property. It is easier said than done, but it’s always done right when we’re on the job! And if you want to get the best that your commercial HVAC system has to offer, you need commercial maintenance.
Why Commercial Systems Need Maintenance
Think about how much you rely on your heating system at home. It’s running pretty much nonstop when things get really cold out, right? Now think about how much you fiddle with that thermostat. It’s okay, we won’t tell!
The fact is that heating systems anywhere get hit hard during the winter season. Homes and commercial properties alike. Unlike in your home, though, where there is only you and your roommates or family to fiddle with that thermosat, a commercial property may have many more hands doing so!
The stress of the job alone is enough to cause a lot of wear and tear on the systems. Commercial properties are large, they have a lot of folks coming and going, and they may have mutliple units serving them, depending on the layout and use of the property.
No, the Maintenance Guy Can’t Do It
Unless you have a fully licensed, trained, and certified commercial HVAC technician on staff, you need to hire a pro like us to tune your systems up. This is not a knock on property maintenance workers. They do a ton of work, and are incredibly skilled in a lot of areas.
They should certainly be doing things like changing system air filters regularly, but they also need to know when it is time to have a deep dive into the system done. And when that time comes (and it does once a year, every year!) it’s time to call in the pros.
The Benefits Are Worth It!
There are a lot of benefits to be had with routine commercial HVAC system maintenance.
Energy efficiency improves the easier that it is for the system to do its job. And, when the system is in prime working condition, it is going to have an easier time of doing its job. This cuts back on energy consumption.
There is also the overall condition of the system to consider. If you run a marathon one year, and decide to do it again the next, you still need to train ahead of time, right? Well, the same is true of your heater getting you through another season. Your system is more reliable and effective when properly maintained.