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How Can I Save Money on Commercial HVAC Services?

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There is one sure way to keep more money in your pocket in the long run when it comes to HVAC commercial services: prevention. The more you can do to prevent major HVAC equipment failures, the less you’ll spend on commercial services overall. That’s because your heating and cooling equipment will likely choose to break down during the winter or the summer (at peak usage times), which may cost you more for emergency calls.

If you want to save money on HVAC commercial services, here are a few things you can do to prevent expensive emergency calls:

Schedule Regular Quality Maintenance

The best time to figure out if there’s a problem with your HVAC equipment is when it’s still working. Any experienced contractor will be able to create a reasonable schedule to perform routine maintenance, such as changing out your filters and checking your equipment for top performance.

Replace Old HVAC Equipment

An old commercial HVAC unit can become a major energy hoarder, costing you thousands of dollars every year in hidden electricity expenses. Upgrading your equipment to the latest energy-efficient models alone could save you thousands of dollars every year.

Control Your Temperature Zones

Not every room in your commercial building has the same heating and cooling needs. Installing thermostats that give you precise control over specific zones in your building can prevent wasted energy. Running your HVAC equipment unnecessarily leads to overuse, which may cause premature equipment failures.

Sealing Ductwork

Your ductwork may crack and split over time, leading to wasted energy that often goes unnoticed. Regular resealing of your ductwork will prevent your commercial HVAC equipment from doing double time that leads to overuse.

Prevention is the best way to keep your HVAC commercial service costs low. With routine maintenance, you can rest assured you’ll always be cool in the summer and warm in the winter (and it won’t cost you a fortune to keep it that way).

Our certified technicians at Brummitt Heating and Cooling are happy to help keep your HVAC equipment running smoothly. Contact us today to learn more about our commercial services and preventative maintenance agreements.