It’s without a doubt that your HVAC equipment is one of the most precious and if anything, one of the expensive equipment in your facility. HVAC equipment are frequently used within a facility and they are helpful in improving the living and working conditions. This among many other reasons is why you need to ensure that your heat and air equipment is up and running always. Below are three reasons why you need to keep maintenance top of your priority list.
Helps you save money by reducing energy use
One of the main reasons why maintaining an your equipment is important to facilities is that it helps improve their efficiency. According to energy statistics, HVAC equipment single handedly contributes to over 40% percent of energy used in any property. With proper and regularly maintained equipment, facility owners are able to save about 15-20% of energy costs that would otherwise have been wasted on inefficient equipment.
Helps you improve the lifespan of your equipment
Just like any other equipment, HVAC units are vulnerable and prone to damages. It is this damages that reduces the durability of these equipment. According to manufacturer’s, they have a lifespan of up to 40 years whereas the air conditioners can last up to 15 years and the water heater up to 10 years. By regularly checking your equipment you will be able to fix and correct the simple errors on your HVAC before they develop into complex issues consequently helping your equipment live up to its lifespan.
Helps improve quality of air around your property
In addition to keeping your property warm or cold depending on the weather conditions of the day, HVAC equipment helps improve the air quality in the surroundings. Experts recommend that you schedule regular maintenance plans if you are to enjoy the benefits of your equipment. Some of the things you need to ensure you carry out include;
- Inspect, clean and service your equipment regularly
- Replace worn out parts or those that do not meet your specific needs
- Regulate your system controls properly
Once the above factors are checked, you will be able to guarantee the safety of your employees and facility visitors and also the efficiency of your equipment.
The ultimate performance and efficiency of your HVAC equipment is determined by the care you offer it. Preventative approaches such as cleaning your equipment regularly, replacing worn out parts and strengthening movable parts will help you improve the efficiency of your equipment and save you money at the same time. The good news about this is that we can help you in all this, call us today and let us gladly help you with your equipment. Call (408) 295-2182