The cold weather has snapped and temperatures in Myrtle Beach are rising into the 70s. Spring 2018 is around the corner and there is evidence of it all along the greater Grand Strand. Service vehicles are out in the beach communities getting homes, hotels, and rentals ready for the influx of visitors that starts with Spring Break season in late March and early April.
Our area attracts between 14 and 18 million visitors each year. The hotel and hospitality industry is the backbone of Myrtle Beach's economy, and with record hot Spring and Summer temperatures likely, hotel HVAC systems need to be ready to go. We recommend signing up for a Clean & Service agreement, which includes a detailed inspection, before the summer visitors arrive.
Efficient HVAC systems are essential to every business in the Myrtle Beach hospitality industry. Guest comfort and satisfaction is the lifeblood of the hotel business, and employees and guests expect heating and air conditioning to work quickly.
Hotels either use PTAC or packaged terminal units or mini-split units. Cooper Mechanical Services has decades of experience servicing both types, and scheduled clean and service is imperative for both to work at their best.
Whether the condenser is a part of a window unit (PTAC) or installed outside or on the roof of the hotel (split unit), it's important that a certified HVAC technician inspect and clean the unit so you get the most life out of these units.
Regular service visits keep your air conditioning and heating system clean which can extend the life expectancy of your equipment. During the HVAC service, a Cooper professional will do the following:
Chemically treat and clean all evaporator and condenser coils
Clean drain pans and drain lines
Check thermostat operations
Inspect electrical components
Test all safety controls