Your HVAC equipment never breaks down at a convenient time. And, the question isn't if your equipment will break but when. That is why preventative HVAC maintenance is so important, not just for residential customers but even more so for commercial customers.
If you own a business, ignoring your HVAC services can negatively impact your business. For example, this last heat way we experienced in Northeast, Ohio was one of the hottest in years. The hottest day of this heatwave was on a Saturday, which are the busiest days for the restaurant industry.
So, our customer had been reluctant to service his HVAC equipment, thinking he was saving himself money. However, his air conditioning was unable to handle the high heat and max volume of customers, and he ended up losing a lot of business during that heatwave.
He called our on-call staff to come out and fix the issue, but we were already so busy fixing other customer's air, that we couldn't get to him in time.
The moral of the story is that if he had regularly serviced his HVAC equipment, he would have avoided this stressful and costly situation altogether.
Preventative maintenance for your home is pretty predictable. We suggest a fall tune-up for your heating equipment and a spring tune-up for your air conditioning equipment.
Preventative maintenance for commercial customers will vary depending on your business. We will put you on a schedule that is right for your business. You may need just two tune-ups a year, but you might need double the filter changes. It all depends on how you use your equipment and how much your HVAC system is working.
If you want to avoid costly repairs to your HVAC equipment, make sure to keep up with your preventative maintenance. If you own a business, we can work with you to create a schedule designed for your business, and if you are a homeowner, we can help you with your bi-annually tune-ups. Contact us today with any questions.