There will come a time when your commercial HVAC will need to be replaced. Preventive and routine maintenance can extend the life of your HVAC, but it won’t last forever. Especially when it works in overtime like it does during the hot summer months in Arizona.
Rainforest Plumbing & Air offers preventive and routine maintenance for your commercial HVAC to ensure that it is running properly and efficiently. When the time comes to replace your unit, our skillful technicians will know exactly what to do, what to recommend and will be able to effectively replace your commercial HVAC system.
Not sure if your commercial HVAC needs to be replaced? Look for these signs:
If you notice an increase in your electric bill and it is an abnormal amount, this could mean your HVAC is not running efficiently. When this becomes a common occurrence, you will need to get your HVAC inspected to see if it can be repaired or if it is time to upgrade to a new unit.
Noticing different temperatures in different parts of the building? Is your heating and cooling uneven and unpredictable? This is a sign that you probably need to replace your HVAC system.
Your commercial HVAC isn’t quite silent, but there are certain noises that you should never be hearing from your unit. If you hear any grinding or squealing noises coming from your HVAC, this could mean your unit is faulty. If repairs can’t fix the issue, then you know it is time to get a new HVAC system.
Just like with an unusual noise, an unusual odor can be a serious sign that your commercial HVAC needs replaced and immediately. An odor from your unit can be a risk for people in the building. Your unit will need to be inspected ASAP and should most likely be replaced.
Nothing lasts forever and that includes your commercial HVAC. If you have been using your unit for many years, it is most likely time to replace it. You should always replace before issues arise. The technicians at Rainforest Plumbing & Air will thoroughly inspect your unit during routine checks and let you know when it is time for an upgrade.