We primarily serve the business and corporate markets. The facilities include showrooms, restaurants, hospitals, theaters, shopping malls, educational institutions, hotels, offices, pharmacies, retail outlets, the manufacturing industry, etc. Our HVAC technicians can handle all your HVAC needs.

HVAC Service and Preventative Maintenance Contracts

The guesswork of maintaining and repairing a commercial HVAC system should not be left to property managers or business owners. The benefits of a commercial HVAC preventive maintenance contract include the ability to keep your unit in proper condition.

A preventative maintenance program is essential for extending the lifespan of your system and minimizing future repair and replacement costs. A heating and cooling system must be serviced according to the season.

The following are our seasonal HVAC maintenance recommendations:

The following tasks are required for the spring and summer preventative maintenance of your HVAC system. In order to prevent HVAC problems, we perform the following preventive maintenance:

  • Replace Filters: Regularly changing your HVAC system’s air filter will benefit your system in the following ways:

    • Extends the life of HVAC systems.

    • Reduces energy consumption.

    • Improves indoor air quality.

    • Reduces the frequency of repairs.

  • Replace Belts: Replace belts for condensing and blower motors: Make sure the belts are properly tensioned and the pulleys are in alignment.

  • Clean condenser and evaporator coils: Proper coil cleaning offers the following benefits:

    1. Saves you money

    The more dirty your HVAC system is, the harder it has to work to deliver air, which increases your energy consumption. Clean and well-maintained HVAC coils will work effortlessly, reducing your energy consumption by up to 20% in the hot months, thereby saving you money.

    2. Ensures better dehumidification:

    A clogged evaporator coil can reduce compressor airflow, which leads to reduced heat transfer and a degradation of the dehumidification process. By keeping your HVAC coil clean, you can solve this problem. Additionally, this will help prevent mold and bacteria from growing in your building.

    3. Improves worker efficiency

    Air systems that are dirty provide the perfect breeding ground for mold and bacteria. You and your employees are at risk for allergies, asthma, and other respiratory ailments once mold and/or bacteria enter the air system.

    In order to maintain a healthy indoor environment, it is essential to clean your HVAC coils. You and your employees will be less likely to get sick if the air quality is healthy.

  • Check Freon Levels: Freon circulates through the HVAC system, so it is essential to keep it at the right levels.

  • Clear drain lines and pans: Condensation can collect in drain lines and pans, eventually clogging drains. Maintaining a clean drain and pan prevents this problem.

  • Electrical connection: The right voltage is necessary for maximum performance of the HVAC system.

  • Check the operation of the fan and blower motor: Make sure all fans and blowers are functioning properly to push air through the vents and filters.

  • Make sure all moving parts, bearings, and motors are well lubricated: This will prevent grinding that might lead to damage.

  • Examine the temperature thermostat: Does the thermostat communicate correctly with the HVAC system? Make sure the thermostat is properly connected and that it is reading accurately.

  • Ensure proper airflow: The HVAC system must have proper airflow in order to remain efficient. Diagnose HVAC duct leaks and seal them.

HVAC Preventative maintenance tasks for fall and winter

A few more maintenance tasks are suggested later in the year when the weather cools down. The winter and spring maintenance checks are mostly the same, but some are unique to the winter and spring:

  • Replace Filters:

  • Inspect the condition of the belts.

  • Clear drain lines and pans

  • Check electrical connections

  • Check operations of fan and blower motor: Maintain the fan and blower motor to ensure that the HVAC system is running smoothly.

  • Check Furnace ignition and burner: In order for the furnace to generate heat, its flames must be active.

  • Lubricate moving parts, bearings, and motors: Lubricating these components will minimize wear and grinding.

  • Check Heat Exchanger: This system helps with the regulation of hot and cold temperatures. Ensure the heat exchanger is working as it should.

  • Inspect thermostat operations: Check that the thermostat communicates with the HVAC system and is accurate.

It is an honor to serve the people of New York City and Westchester County, NY.

Keep your HVAC equipment running smoothly and efficiently with our prompt HVAC services. Feel free to contact us for an appointment.