Your commercial HVAC system is an essential part of your Wylie, Texas, business. Employees need to stay comfortable during the workday. Customers don’t want to be shivering or sweating as a result of indoor temperature extremes. From time to time, your commercial HVAC system may need repairs due to thermostat malfunctions, unbalanced dampers, and worn-out parts.
The thermostat controls how much warm or cool air your HVAC system should deliver to spaces throughout your building. When the thermostat malfunctions, you may notice temperature inconsistencies from one area to another. If your building uses an older thermostat model, you may want to consider installing a new programmable or smart thermostat.
Cool or warm air travels through ductwork connected to your HVAC system before it enters various spaces within your building. Dampers within the ductwork control the airflow and delivery of warm or cool air. If some rooms or spaces within your building are either too cool or too warm, unbalanced dampers may be the cause.
Are you hearing unusual noises coming from your air conditioning system? Hissing, squealing, and other obnoxious noises can often signal problems with parts within the system. For example, squealing sounds could indicate that a worn-out fan belt needs replacing. A damaged fan blade may make a loud clanking sound. The older your HVAC system is, the more often you may need to replace parts due to the system’s age.
Why Is Regular HVAC System Maintenance Important?
Scheduling regular HVAC system maintenance is essential to keep your system operating correctly. If a damaged part or clogged air filter goes undetected, your system could experience a major breakdown. During a maintenance appointment, our HVAC service technicians will give your system a thorough inspection and tune-up. With regular maintenance checks, your HVAC system will be able to reliably keep your building comfortable for your customers and your employees.
Contact Allstars Electric Heating & Air Conditioning for all your commercial HVAC system needs. Call us today at 972-268-9413.
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