If you've considered maintenance agreements for your home, it's time to take a look at what one can do for your business. They're not just for residential HVAC systems, after all. What exactly are the benefits? Let's take a look:
Benefit #1: Optimal Performance
The best way to get the most out of your commercial HVAC system is by having it serviced twice a year. A maintenance agreement ensures the system gets cleaned, tested and adjusted in the spring before cooling season and in the fall before heating season. This regular TLC will help make sure the equipment is in prime working order throughout the year.
Benefit #2: Longer Equipment Life
The heating and cooling equipment at a business runs full-time, year round. It works to keep the employees and staff comfortable, but also benefits the clients and customers. It's vital that it keeps working, and a maintenance agreement helps it do just that. Regular service has proven to help keep HVAC equipment running better and longer by keeping the system and the moving parts maintained and lubricated to reduce friction and wear and tear.
Benefit #3: Increased Energy Efficiency
When you skip maintenance and service on the heating and cooling system for your business, it's going to result in compromised performance. When this happens, it will have to use more energy to try to do the same job. This equates to reduced energy efficiency and higher utility bills for you. A maintenance agreement can help keep the equipment running right, and your energy bills down where they should be.
Do you own a business? Don't neglect your commercial heating and cooling system. For all the info you need regarding the benefits of commercial maintenance agreements, contact the team at Helms Heating and Air Conditioning today.