Lower you’re Energy Costs with HVAC Maintenance

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For the proper functioning of your business, it is important to properly maintain your business. With proper maintenance of your HVAC system, you can not only improve the efficiency of your systems but you can also reduce your energy costs. With regular maintenance, you would be able to avoid expensive and costly repairs. Here are a few HVAC maintenance steps that you or your HVAC contractor can take to extend and improve the life of your HVAC system.

Change Air Filters
One cost-effective and relatively cheap solution is to change air filters regularly. Your air filter help to keep dust and dirt away from circulating your building. Either you can change these air filter yourself or you can ask your HVAC contractor to do it for you. This would help to keep your system running smoothly without any problem.

Check Your Fan
The fan that circulates air around your building can become loose due to continuous vibration. Make sure that your fan is not loose and is working properly.

Clean Your Fan’s Blades
You or your contractor should also check the vacuum and blower area of your HVAC. A lot of dirt and dust might get build up on the blades of your fan. Remove it and clean it. This cleaning would remove extra strain that your HVAC’s motor has to face. This cleaning would make your fan more balanced and would make it more efficient.

Apply Oil to Blower Motor:
Your blower motor might require oiling after some time. Keep checking it to ensure that whether it needs oiling or not.

These steps would help to extend the life of your system and avoid repair costs. This maintenance would help to improve the efficiency of your business since you would be able to focus on more important issues and would stay free from stress related to problems of the HVAC system. If your facility has both heating and cooling system then it is recommended to check your HVAC for maintenance for at least every quarter.

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