If you’ve followed our blog for any period of time, you probably know that we love helping and teaching our customers about best practices that can lower bills and improve comfort. Commercial AC in North Dallas, TX is no exception. When it comes to commercial air conditioning, the stakes can often be higher and you can save even more if you take part in some great programs or practices that can help you out.
Today, we’re going to focus on just 3 tips that business and building owners can use to minimize the repairs on their air conditioning systems, improve the comfort for guests and tenants, and decrease general overhead costs. This might sound like a pipe dream, but it’s the truth!
From our team to yours, just remember that you can always call our commercial technicians with any questions or concerns you might have. We love to help out!
Tips for Success
Let’s start from square one. If you’re a business or a building owner, then you probably already know how expensive commercial air conditioning can be. Any bit of help can lead to a huge chunk of savings down the line, especially when you’re dealing with tons of air volume that need to be treated.
1. Maintenance Goes a Long Way
Maintenance is something designed for the long term. If whether or not to invest in maintenance sounds like a choice, it’s really only a choice because the media and the rest of the world make it sound that way. In truth, investing in maintenance is going to lead to lower repair needs, fewer costs, and a commercial air conditioning system that lasts a long time.
In general, the more expensive the technology, the more valuable yearly maintenance appointments will be. Since commercial AC units are some of the most expensive systems on the market, it only makes sense that you treat it with care and attention year after year.
2. Check the Building for Proper Airflow
Here’s something you can do right now to ensure that your building is more comfortable than ever. Go around and check every air vent, air filter, and other area where air must pass through. The more materials that block or clog up those air vents, the harder your air conditioner will work to cool the space.
For instance, furniture that’s placed in front of a vent can hamper the airflow in an area. Also, if you plan on having customers sit in a certain place, those customers could block airflow from a vent and cause the other customers to feel too hot. Make sure you move things around or call for professional help to have your building properly assessed for good airflow.
3. Don’t Let Replacements Be a Surprise
Replacements are an inevitability. After a decade or two, your commercial AC unit will start to fail. Once you realize this, planning ahead of time for a replacement can alleviate a lot of stress and help you plan the budget for your business. Call our team to have your system evaluated and we can tell you how long your system will likely last before it needs to be replaced.
Call Aire Texas Residential Services, Inc. for AC services you can count on. Doing it right the first time every time!