Commercial HVAC systems are designed to run for a long time. However, like other machines used by businesses, HVAC units will eventually break down. Commercial HVAC units work hard, which can affect their performance and lifespan.
In this article, air conditioning and heating repair expert Air Pro Inc. discusses some of the common problems encountered with commercial HVAC units.
Inconsistent airflow usually results in extreme differences in temperature in various areas inside the building. For example, the area where the manager sits may be warmer than the rest of the office. There should be an even distribution of air, but due to cracks or leaks in your ductwork, it may be hotter or colder in one particular spot compared to other areas of the building.
Air conditioning repair isn’t always a complicated process. Sometimes the only work that needs done is for the HVAC air filters to be replaced. Dirty filters can cause overheating or problems with the HVAC system’s airflow, which is why you should make sure your HVAC filters are replaced on a regular basis. Depending on the type of business you have, you may need to have the filters replaced as frequently as once a month.
Drain lines are responsible for directing water and condensation away from the HVAC unit. However, over time they can accumulate dirt and algae, which can potentially create clogs that result in water backing up into the drain pan and causing leaks and water damage.
Air Pro Inc. has been in business for more than 35 years. We provide professional services that enable home and building owners to have a comfortable indoor environment. Our areas of expertise include air conditioning replacement, new HVAC installation and HVAC maintenance. Call us at (505)300-5900 or fill out our contact form to request a service.