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Commercial HVAC Maintenance Checklist

Commercial HVAC maintenance is a full-time job, but there are certainly some seasonal changes in what your facility needs. When it comes to commercial HVAC, it’s important to tackle specific maintenance to ensure your system is ready for whatever the weather throws at you.

At Keen Technical Solutions, we offer commercial HVAC maintenance contracts that help to take maintenance of your plate and let you focus on other aspects of your business. We work facilities in a number of industries, from printing and publishing to brewing and refrigeration. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help take HVAC headaches off your to-do list and offer energy-efficient insight at the same time.

Seasonal HVAC Maintenance

Each season offers its own challenges. Working with a professional HVAC technician can help you get the most out of your scheduled seasonal maintenance by making adjustments in service based on a few factors. Some of the variables of HVAC maintenance are based on:

  • Location of your facility
  • Age of your equipment and system
  • The efficiency of your ventilation
  • Size of your facility
  • The efficiency of your insulation
  • Number, size, and efficiency of windows
  • Use of delivery doors

Fall and Winter HVAC Maintenance

Each autumn and throughout winter, we recommend the following maintenance to ensure an efficient and reliable heating system.

  • Replace filters
  • Check and replace belts
  • Clear drain lines
  • Inspect electrical connections
  • Lubricate motors and all moving parts
  • Check thermostats and upgrade controls

There are substantial variations in the needs of every facility which requires different considerations. We always work with facility managers to learn and understand your unique needs.

Spring and Summer HVAC Maintenance

As you might expect, spring and summer maintenance shift the focus from heating elements to cooling equipment. As the seasons change, so do our priorities to keep these elements operating smoothly.

  • Replace cooling equipment filters
  • Check all belts and pulleys
  • Check refrigerate charge and inspect for leaks
  • Check electrical connections
  • Lubricate motors
  • Check thermostats and monitoring systems

Industrial Maintenance Saves Money

Investing in regular HVAC maintenance can save money immediately by improving efficiency and avoiding breakdowns that could affect productivity. In the long term, businesses also benefit by avoiding costly repairs or replacements due to wear and tear. Having a well-maintained HVAC system also helps allow for innovative upgrades and improvements as technology changes and improves.

Contact Keen Technical Solutions today to learn more about our HVAC maintenance contracts and how we can help you save money and get more out of your HVAC equipment.