HVAC systems account for 39% of the energy used in commercial buildings in the United States. Most business can recognize substantial savings between 10 to 40 percent by improving its control of HVAC operations and the efficiency of the system.
Dirty equipment has to work harder and longer to generate the same degree of heating or cooling as a high-performing system and can lead to premature burnout and failure. Rather than face repairing broken or worn out parts or, worse, replacing an entire system, doesn't it make more sense to spend on preventative maintenance instead?
Dirty coils and ducts can contain allergens and breed harmful bacteria and mold that flow through the duct work contaminating indoor spaces. This sort of buildup can trigger a whole array of health problems, including asthma attacks, headaches, eye, nose and throat irritation and even flu-like symptoms. Regular cleaning and maintenance of these components reduces contamination considerably making for a healthier environment and happier employees.
Routine HVAC system maintenance has the potential to lower repair costs by as much as 95%. While we can’t guarantee you will never need repairs, our experience has demonstrated that preventative care can save a substantial amount of money and reduce the chances of an unexpected heating or cooling emergency from occurring.