Keep Your Commercial Tenants Happy with HVAC Maintenance

Heating or cooling problems in your commercial rental building can cause riffs between you and your tenants. It is guaranteed that HVAC issues will result in phone calls to your property manager from your tenants. When the AC is dysfunctional in the middle of summer or the heat is not working correctly in January, it can affect your commercial tenants’ business. Keep your tenants happy with an ongoing HVAC maintenance plan to prevent heating and cooling problems.

Finding reliable tenants for a commercial building is difficult. Once you fill your spaces, you want to keep those tenants in place to make the most of your investment. When HVAC problems occur, landlords can put relationships with their tenants at risk. If heating or cooling issues are making their employees unhappy or driving away customers, they may begin looking for a new space when their lease expires.

Invest in a Commercial HVAC Maintenance Plan

To ensure your commercial tenants do not need to continuously make calls complaining about heating or cooling issues, invest in a HVAC maintenance plan for your building. Not only does routine maintenance help reduce the chance of breakdowns, it can help extend the life of your HVAC equipment. In the long run, it will cost less than emergency repairs and possibly lost revenue if dissatisfied tenants decide to leave due to HVAC problems.

There are many factors involved with managing a successful commercial rental property, including maintaining your HVAC system. Make it simple by hiring an experienced industrial HVAC service to maintain your system to ensure heating and cooling is not a problem. It is a worthwhile investment to keep your tenants happy and retain longer leases for your building.

Posted on behalf of:
JS Thomas Service, Inc
4085 Nine McFarland Dr
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(770) 475-2600

Do I Need A Commercial HVAC Maintenance Plan?

Commercial HVAC maintenance plans, which focus on preventative maintenance programs, are excellent investments that provide a large return on investment for commercial and industrial property owners.  Not only do they reduce downtime for unscheduled breakdowns, but they also reduce capitol expenditures on equipment, reduce repair costs and provide reduced energy costs as well.  These services plans are available on all commercial HVAC systems including split systems, boilers and chilled water systems typically found in commercial offices, heavy industrial facilities, hospitals, medical centers, government facilities, restaurants, data centers, retail establishments, schools and other institutional facilities. 

The heart of these preventative maintenance programs is regularly scheduled maintenance and inspection services, where the equipment is cleaned, lubricated, tested, adjusted and thoroughly inspected.  The preventative maintenance allows the technician performing the services to make sure that the system is performing as designed and is working at peak efficiency.  The inspection process allows the technician to identify small items that could impact the system, before they become bigger issues.  Depending if repair services were included in the plan, the technician would then make the necessary repairs.  If the repairs were not included in the plans, the technician would provide a written estimate on the costs of the recommended repairs. 

Another benefit of these plans is the ability to establish a ongoing relationship with a commercial HVAC company so when an emergency happens, they are only a phone call away, even on the hottest day of the year when their phone is ringing off the hook!

Posted on behalf of Find Local HVAC

Residential Maintenance Agreements Keep Your HVAC System In Top Shape

Regular maintenance is an excellent way to keep your home heating and cooling system working great for years.  For most forced air heating and air conditioning systems, scheduled service by an HVAC professional twice a year will help the system operate at peak efficiency through the summer and winter cooling and heating seasons.

Some homeowners either forget to schedule their service or skip regular service calls because their heating and cooling system seems to be working well they don’t see the need to spend the money on scheduled service.  Over time, however, regular service can save you money on your energy bills and on repairs.

Just like any mechanical equipment, your heating and cooling system will slowly become less efficient.  This happens so slowly that most homeowners are not even aware of it.  As the system loses efficiency, energy bills slowly rise and again, the homeowner doesn’t notice it or attributes it to something else.

Since the system is not working as efficiently as it can, it has to run longer to keep the home comfortably warm or cold.  Running longer means that the system is working harder than it should and inevitably it will break down sooner than it should.

Fortunately, most HVAC contractors offer residential HVAC maintenance agreements that help assure the heating and cooling system is in top condition.  In many cases, the homeowner will not only get a break on the cost of a regular service visit, but they will not have to remember to schedule service.  The HVAC contractor will automatically schedule service when it is time.

With a residential maintenance agreement, your HVAC system will get the regular service it needs to operate at peak efficiency and to last for years.