3 Management Tips for Commercial HVAC Owners
Small- to medium-sized businesses don’t typically have facility managers to keep basic equipment, such as heating and air conditioning units, running at an optimal level every single day. As the business owner, it’s your responsibility to ensure that commercial facilities are consistent and efficient at maintaining a remarkable experience for your employees and customers.
Here’s a three-step strategy to help you manage like a pro:
It’s important to carefully assess a problem before jumping to conclusions. For any major project, like equipment replacement, schedule at least three estimates from various companies. This will help you gain different perspectives on the same goal, as well as professional evaluations, insights and an informed price range. An HVAC expert can also lead you to business discounts and rebates that you wouldn’t otherwise get from a regular technician.
HVAC maintenance is a big investment. Before you hire a contractor, make sure they’re properly licensed and fully bonded and insured to avoid dealing with fraudulent schemes and losing your hard-earned money. An HVAC company can also offer long-term solutions so you can save more money in the long run.
In order to preserve your investment, you need to perform cleaning and tune-up services on a regular basis. Don’t make the mistake of skimping on preventive maintenance to save a few bucks. In fact, furnaces and air conditioners lose about five percent of their efficiency for every year they don’t receive routine service. Monthly air filter checks and annual HVAC adjustments can significantly improve the performance of your commercial HVAC units for many years to come.
Dimond Climate Systems is a premier source of top-rated heating and air conditioning solutions in Pennsylvania. Our team is committed to providing a cozier, more pleasant interior space for your home or business through industry-leading products and expert installation services. Call us today at (724) 426-0813 or fill out our contact form to set up an appointment.