There is a major difference in residential vs. commercial HVAC because commercial systems are designed to run all the time, even after business hours. Unlike a residential system where the homeowner can adjust the thermostat to a personal taste, commercial systems have to meet a variety of needs, and this means keeping their units going at a constant temperature.
This constant activity can mean a failure that can affect more than just you. Your employees, customers and the like can be affected, and this in turn can be a serious blow to your bottom line.
Quite possibly the biggest issue you will have with winter and commercial HVAC is the winter itself. North Carolina winters can sway up to 20 degrees in a single day. This means you will be wearing shorts on Monday and bundled up tightly on Tuesday. This means a commercial unit must be ready to deal with either temperature and do it within a few hours. This can be a seriously taxing situation on any HVAC system.
At Air Dynamics Heating & AC, we have a few solutions and more importantly, preventions that can help you manage the North Carolina winters.
New thermostat – Newer digital models are much easier to read and understand, making finding the perfect temperature all but foolproof;
Tune ups – Noises coming from the HVAC unit can be a signal for a major repair. If this is the case, we can certainly help with a quick and easy tune up;
Maintenance programs – Prevention is easier and cheaper than repair. Regular contracted maintenance keeps everything working at peak performance.
Regular readers of this blog know that repairs and maintenance on residential HVAC units are often outside the skill of an average homeowner. The degree of difficulty is greatly increased with commercial equipment. Our team is licensed, trained and bonded for your specific HVAC needs.
We would love to be your commercial HVAC partner.
Call your commercial HVAC partner at Air Dynamics Heating & AC today 919-906-6221 to schedule your next hvac repair and manage your hvac during winter.