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HVAC Maintenance Tips for Small Businesses

Summer HVAC Maintenance Tips for Small Businesses

Summer HVAC Maintenance Tips for Small Businesses

The summer is a great time for businesses, especially in Pensacola! With the warm, sunny weather, customers are often out and about shopping, running errands, and looking for ways to cool down. You want your business to be that cool, comfortable place for people to go when they just need some air conditioning. In order to maintain maximum comfort and efficiency levels in your place of business, you need to maintain your HVAC system. Keep reading for our summer HVAC maintenance tips for small businesses! 

Regular Light Commercial Maintenance

Your business’ air conditioning unit sits idle for most of the winter. Chances are, if you turn your system on without having it inspected or maintained, it is likely going to undergo undue strain to cool your space. Your HVAC is a major investment in your business, and should be taken care of as such. Enrolling in a regularly scheduled maintenance program can ensure your system is running at maximum efficiency. Additionally, technicians will be able to catch necessary repairs before they potentially become major problems. The last thing you want is a hot and muggy store for customers to enter into! It truly pays to maintain your light commercial HVAC system

Consider the Humidity

Here in Pensacola, the humidity levels are seriously high during the summer! We all know how much hotter it can feel on days with high humidity. Thankfully, there are ways to combat this intense humidity and heat combination. While your light commercial HVAC system can lower some of the humidity in your business, it may be wise to invest in a dehumidifier depending on your indoor comfort levels. A dehumidifier will be able to help control the moisture levels in your business and ultimately keep you and your customers more comfortable inside. With lower humidity levels indoors, you can also have the temperature set higher and be more comfortable, saving you money on your energy bills.

DIY Tasks

While we do recommend you leave most HVAC related tasks to the professionals, there are a few things you can do yourself to maintain your air conditioner this summer. Depending on the system you have, you may be able to change the air filters on your own. It’s great to replace your commercial air filters about every one to three months. Once your filters become clogged with allergens and other contaminants over time, your air conditioner will struggle to push air through the filter. This will lead to decreased airflow and a less than comfortable experience for your customers. Be sure to replace those filters! 

It’s also important to ensure the areas around your indoor and outdoor units are cleared. Over time, fallen branches, leaves, and other vegetation can collect around your outdoor unit. Be sure to clear this debris away in order to give your outdoor unit some space. This debris can clog your system’s vent openings and leave you with unnecessary problems. As for your indoor unit, keep the area around the system clear. Do not try to cover the system or crowd it with storage. 

We Hope This Helps! 

We hope these tips help you to prepare your small business’s HVAC system for the summer! If you have any questions or need some professional help with your comfort system, call us at 850-857-4700 or email us at info@climatechproair.com

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