4 Ways Building Owners Can Reduce HVAC Maintenance Costs

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4 Ways Building Owners Can Reduce HVAC Maintenance Costs

As a commercial building owner, we know you’re constantly looking for ways to increase performance while keeping costs low. Routine HVAC maintenance is crucial to ensure your employees and customers stay comfortable as the seasons change. Here are some ways you can reduce your HVAC maintenance costs while ensuring you’re taking proper care of your HVAC system.

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Upgrade Your Equipment

If you have an outdated or low-performing HVAC unit, upgrading to new equipment is a great way to help reduce your overall maintenance costs. A new system will require less maintenance and repair along with an increased performance. On top of that, you can opt for an energy-efficient or sustainable system to help reduce your overall energy costs.

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Schedule Routine Maintenance

When it comes to your commercial building, you want to make sure you’re not waiting for something to break before you schedule HVAC maintenance. During a routine inspection, a HVAC technician will check all of the parts of your system for signs of damage, look at the electrical components for signs of failure, check or replace your air filter, and ensure your building has proper airflow. This routine maintenance can catch any problems before they become a bigger problem — and cost more money.

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Program Temperatures

How is your thermostat programmed? When you’re heating or cooling an entire building, you can program your thermostat for different times of day or for different spaces. For example, if you have a storage room or unused space in your building, you can reduce the amount of air flow in that room while ensuring the spaces where your employees or customers will remain comfortable.

To take this one step further, you can program your thermostat to reduce performance at night or when your business is closed for the night or over the weekend.

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Seal Heating & Cooling Ducts

Improperly sealed heating and cooling ducts can decrease your HVAC system’s performance. Speak with one of our technicians about sealing ducts to increase your efficiency and ensure you’re not wasting any air or power.

Keep Your Business Performing It’s Best

We hope these tips help you increase the efficiency of your commercial HVAC system. Take a look at our different commercial HVAC services and contact Estes Heating & Air Conditioning in Jacksonville for any repair or routine maintenance.

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