When your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) compressor breaks down, it forces you to consider a number of questions. You might need to look up old HVAC maintenance, service and repair records. Based on this information, you can decide if it is more beneficial to repair or replace an HVAC compressor.
Broken HVAC Compressor
Modern facilities require a well-functioning HVAC, perhaps more so than ever before. Why? Executives, employees and visitors expect a university, company or organization to have a perfectly climate controlled environment.
Plus, there is the sensitivity of computers. Information Technology (IT) experts understand that computers function best in cool environments. While each computer has a fan in the back, this equipment will also perform better in a cool environment.
Silicon Valley institutions, corporations and government facilities understand that the best functioning computers, machines and equipment operate in the right temperature environment. If the HVAC is not functioning properly, then processing might slow down or work flow might be interrupted.
HVAC Life Cycle
When we arrive to your facility, we will diagnose the problem. We will determine if the HVAC is not working properly due to a minor or major mechanical problem. Then, we can provide you with our assessment.
After that, the ball is in your court, as to whether you want your HVAC compressor repaired or replaced. These are just a few of the factors that you should consider:
- Life Expectancy
We will discuss the cost of the parts needed to fix the HVAC compressor. You might want to consider the life expectancy of the unit. How old is it? How much longer do you expect it to be functional?
How is the HVAC compatibility with your present equipment? Would you like to upgrade to more eco-friendly technology?
Full-Service Mechanical Contractor
The benefit of contacting us is that we are full-service HVAC mechanical contractor. We provide HVAC repair, service and maintenance for industrial, commercial and residential customers from San Francisco to San Jose, California. We can help you fix small HVAC units.
Or, if you have a large project for new construction, then you can submit a proposal to us. Contact our company for bids on HVAC maintenance, repair and service contracts. If you are ready to get started, then call us today at 408-295-2182