Keeping your Concord, North Carolina, business comfortable during the winter means making sure that your commercial HVAC system operates properly. Temperature inconsistencies, a decline in indoor air quality, and unexpected equipment shutdowns are some of the wintertime concerns you may face with your commercial HVAC system.
Does your HVAC system switch from heating to cooling mode during the day as it works to keep the spaces inside your building comfortable? Are some areas of your office warmer or cooler than others?
Temperature inconsistencies can result from many factors. Heat-generating office equipment, the outdoor air temperature, and the age of your building can all affect your commercial HVAC system’s functioning. Sometimes uneven temperatures throughout the building can mean that your HVAC system is not operating efficiently.
Temperature inconsistencies can be difficult to diagnose and resolve. If they’re causing significant discomfort to your workers, it’s best to call in an expert to assess your HVAC system.
Decline in Indoor Air Quality
If your employees complain of stale, uncomfortable air throughout the office during the winter, your building’s HVAC system may be contributing to poor indoor air quality. Debris in the ductwork and dirty air filters are two concerns that can have a negative impact on your HVAC system’s ability to deliver clean, breathable air throughout the building. We can help business owners evaluate their indoor air quality and identify problems that could be caused or exacerbated by their commercial HVAC systems.
Unexpected Equipment Shutdowns
Unpredictable winter weather, including cold temperatures, can result in unexpected equipment shutdowns, especially if your commercial HVAC equipment is getting old. While winter weather can be a factor, a lack of maintenance can also result in shutdowns. If you can’t remember the last time you scheduled a preventive maintenance service visit, your HVAC system could be operating on borrowed time.
Don’t neglect the comfort of your workers during the winter. For service on your commercial HVAC equipment, contact one of our specialists at Dulin Mechanical Services, Inc. by calling 704-237-3641 today.
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