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6 Common Questions About Commercial HVAC: Honest, (FREE!) Answers

Elite Heating and Air Conditioning has been in business for more than 25 years, and we have experience in every area of commercial HVAC. In our long history of installing, repairing, and maintaining systems for buildings all over the South Jersey area, we’ve answered lots of questions. Here are the honest – and free – answers to 6 common questions about commercial HVAC.  

1. What Are the Benefits of Investing in a High-Efficiency HVAC System?

High-efficiency HVAC systems offer numerous advantages for commercial spaces. Not only do they reduce energy consumption, leading to lower utility bills, but they also provide superior comfort and air quality for occupants. Additionally, these systems often qualify for energy rebates and incentives, making them a smart long-term investment for businesses.

Lowered costs can lead to more tenant recruitment because you can be more competitive in your pricing.

2. How Often Should Commercial HVAC Systems Be Serviced?

Regular maintenance is crucial for the optimal performance and longevity of commercial HVAC systems. It’s recommended to schedule professional service at least twice a year—typically before the start of the cooling and heating seasons.

Routine maintenance helps prevent breakdowns, improves efficiency, and ensures that your system operates smoothly year-round.

Elite Heating and Air Conditioning offers customized service agreements. Each plan is crafted to match your building’s size, purpose, and layout…because no two buildings are alike!

3. What Factors Should Businesses Consider When Choosing a Commercial HVAC System?

When selecting a commercial HVAC system, several factors come into play, including the size and layout of the building, budget constraints, energy efficiency goals, and specific heating and cooling requirements.

A professional HVAC contractor from Elite Heating and Air Conditioning of New Jersey can accurately calculate the size of the unit you need. It’s important not to oversize your equipment which would result in short-cycling and using unnecessary energy. Neither do you want to undersize it, which would result in the unit overheating, shutting down, and being unable to bring rooms to their desired temperature. Working with an experienced HVAC contractor can help businesses navigate these considerations and choose the best system for their needs.

4. What Are Some Common Signs That a Commercial HVAC System Needs Repair?

Recognizing the signs of HVAC system trouble early on can prevent minor issues from escalating into costly repairs or system failures.

Common indicators of a malfunctioning commercial HVAC system include unusual noises, inconsistent temperature control, increased energy bills, frequent cycling on and off, and poor air quality. Sometimes, you might catch a whiff of a musty odor.  If any of these issues arise, it’s essential to contact Elite Heating and Air Conditioning for diagnosis and repair promptly.

5. How Can Businesses Maximize Energy Efficiency with Their HVAC Systems?

Energy efficiency is a key consideration for businesses looking to reduce operating costs and minimize their environmental footprint. To maximize energy efficiency with commercial HVAC systems, businesses can implement several strategies, such as upgrading to high-efficiency equipment, optimizing system controls, sealing ductwork, improving insulation, and investing in regular maintenance and tune-ups.

Talk to us about Building Automation Systems which will reduce cost and increase efficiency!

Another option to improve energy efficiency is to consider a retrofit to rooftop units which can reduce energy costs by between 20% and 50%.

6. How Can Businesses Prepare Their HVAC Systems for Seasonal Transitions?

As seasons change, it’s essential for businesses to prepare their HVAC systems accordingly to ensure seamless transitions between heating and cooling modes. This may involve scheduling preventive maintenance, replacing air filters, adjusting thermostat settings, inspecting outdoor units for debris or damage, and addressing any necessary repairs or upgrades to optimize system performance.

The best option is to work with Elite Heating and Air Conditioning on designing a customized service agreement that is tailored specifically to each building’s size, layout, and purpose, and will guarantee that your system is ready for the seasonal changes.

Let the professionals at Elite Heating and Air Conditioning take care of your building’s commercial HVAC needs.

No excuses. Just results. 

Elite Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.

Delivering Reliable Commercial HVAC Services Since 1996

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