Issues that may come up with your Commercial HVAC
All refrigerants are liquid agents that make air condition possible.Contained within the coils of an HVAC system, refrigerants cool and dehumidify indoor air. When your unit doesn’t have enough refrigerant, it can’t do its job and the air it produces is not very cold.
Improper air balance
The heated or cooled air that comes out of your vents travels through a series of ducts before it reaches each room.
Dirty and wore out filters can force your air conditioning unit to work harder, which increases energy cost and reduces the life of the system.
Lack of maintenance
Regular checkups and service can prevent most HVAC performance problems because service technicians identify and correct the issues that prevent the equipment from performing correctly.
By understanding where problems might originate in your HVAC system, you can take proactive measures to ensure it is in optimal working condition and avoid major problems before they occur.