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How Often Should I Have My Building's Ductwork Inspected?

Posted by: Cooper MechanicalWednesday, April 15, 2015

Commercial services are the most effective way to maintain system efficiency.

Commercial Maintenance Agreements

If you want to have the best heating and cooling performance from your building unit, commercial services need to be part of the equation. It’s not possible to maintain peak performance when maintenance falls by the wayside. Here are the areas to include for proper maintenance and optimal functioning:

Ductwork and Filters

The ductwork in your building is responsible for comfort, cleanliness, and operating efficiency. Ducts can become clogged if they aren’t regularly inspected, and this means dust, allergens, and other debris are being circulated throughout your building.

Checking your air filter is an easy way to minimize buildup in your ducts. This is a maintenance measure that you can implement on your own. Cleaning or changing your air filter on a regular basis will guarantee that the filter catches a higher volume of harmful material, preventing buildup in the ducts.

Of course, if you find it hard to remember to change air filters or need additional ductwork cleaning, HVAC commercial services ensure it is all handled with professionalism and in a timely manner.

HVAC Check-Up

A system in neglect can quickly become a money pit. When an outdated unit has to work harder to provide temperature control, it means expending more energy to do the same amount of work. This can especially become problematic in summer and winter, when extreme temperatures occur on a more regular basis and push your system to its limits.

With summer right around the corner, getting a professional inspection in your commercial building is a good preventative measure. To avoid setbacks and inconveniences in an emergency repair situation, get an evaluation on your terms and your timetable with the right HVAC commercial services.

Contact us or call us at 843-626-3689 to schedule service or ask how Cooper’s commercial services can reduce your bills and ensure your HVAC is running optimally.