3 Signs of an Inefficient Commercial HVAC System
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Warm and cold air commercial services keep your clients and your employees comfortable. They may also help you meet regulations and maintain the best practices. In short, they’re essential to your business for many reasons, so you need a skilled and reliable business to keep them on track. Make sure to call a tech whenever you notice your system isn’t running as well as it should.
Keep your eyes out for these 3 warning signs:
1. Your bills are sharply rising.
A system’s efficiency compares how easily your target temperature is reached with how much fuel and energy is being used. A highly efficient system uses very little energy, so if you see a spike in bills, you may be experiencing an operational problem. This can be as simple as a dirty filter or as complicated as leaking burners. Because of the potential for a dangerous complication, it’s important to call someone in right away.
2. Your business feels uncomfortable.
Sometimes, no matter how low you crank the thermostat, your business just isn’t cool enough. Perhaps it’s freezing in some areas and sweltering in others. Not every problem centers on your HVAC system, but it’s important to have things checked out. If related issues, like insulation or gaps in construction, are to blame, Certified Electric, Inc. can help you solve them.
3. Your unit is running 24/7.
Perhaps it’s not an issue of comfort but of continual use. Your air conditioner should not run non-stop. When that happens, it creates tremendous stress on your equipment and undoubtedly uses fuel and energy you don’t need to use. Expect your costs to skyrocket. The best course of action in these situations is switching off your AC and requesting service. Likely you have a problem that needs to be check by a technician.
Warm and cold air commercial services are integral to running your business right. Click this link to schedule a service online or dial 912.265.3419 to speak with an HVAC commercial services specialist in Georgia’s Glynn County.