Maintenance programs for your air handling unit not only give immediate advantages but also lower the probability of future issues. Everyone wants to know that their air conditioning system will keep them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. A regular maintenance schedule will assist in achieving that goal.

Maintenance Checklist

  • Coils and condensers should be clean.
  • Replace all the filters in your unit.
  • Examine the exterior unit for any debris and double-check that the cabinet door is shut.
  • Look for any leaks in the cabinet.
  • Clear any obstructions in the drainpipes to ensure appropriate ventilation.
  • Examine the charge of the refrigerant, the thermostats, and all electrical connections.
  • Check for dust and mold in the ducts, as well as the blowers and blades.
  • Check the fan motor for proper operation and oil any moving components.
  • Drain lines should be clear, and all heating elements should be thoroughly inspected. Carbon monoxide poisoning may occur if a heat exchanger is damaged.
  • All moving parts, including bearings and motors, should be lubricated.
  • Every 30 to 90 days, replace any broken or frayed pulleys or belts.

Routine preventative maintenance on your HVAC system will help you in a variety of ways:
Lower energy bills

High-performing machines are more efficient, more sustainable, and can help lower energy bills. With regular maintenance, you can make sure that your HVAC system is not overworked. An overworked system will consume more energy and therefore result in higher utility bills. Performing routine preventive maintenance will help to keep your energy bills down.

Reducing repair costs
Preventive maintenance allows you to detect problems with your HVAC system before they become serious. You may discover warning signals of failure and rectify them before they demand a more expensive remedy if you check the state of your HVAC equipment on a regular basis.

Extending unit life
Putting a little effort and money into preventative maintenance of your HVAC system may make a big difference in how long it lasts. Purchasing a new system is a substantial financial investment for your business. Preventive maintenance can keep your unit functioning at its best for longer, allowing you to wait until it’s necessary to replace it.

If you have a gas furnace, you should constantly be mindful of the possibility of carbon monoxide escaping into your home. This might be a life-threatening situation, endangering you and your family. Regular inspections may reveal fractures or signs of leaks, allowing you to immediately hire a professional to address this dangerous problem.

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