Are you looking for reliable New Hampshire commercial air conditioning services? Look to the team at Skovron Mechanical Services LLC. for prompt, quality solutions. We can help troubleshoot any problem you have with your commercial air conditioner. Whether you need condenser coil cleaning or you are looking to install a packaged or split air conditioning system, contact us for guaranteed quality results.
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What Are Common Commercial Air Conditioning Problems?
If you notice a sudden spike in your energy bill, it may be the result of an inefficient air conditioner. One of the most common air conditioning problems is a unit that is not producing enough cool air around the building. This is often the result of an older unit that has not been maintained well, a clogged air filter that needs to be replaced, or low refrigerant levels.
Does your air conditioner still use R-22 refrigerant? If it does, and you are noticing frequent problems, you may want to consider a replacement. Manufacturers no longer use this kind of refrigerant. You may want to update to a newer, more efficient unit.
How Often Should You Replace the Air Filter?
Professional air filter replacement will help ensure the overall efficiency of your air conditioner. We can help clear severely clogged filters and identify any issues that may be developing in the unit. The faster problems are identified and handled, the less costly it will be for you.
Air filters should be replaced on a quarterly basis. If it appears that the filters are becoming dirty much more quickly, we recommend monthly replacement to preserve the efficiency of your air conditioner.
What Is the Maintenance Process?
Regular air conditioning maintenance means a more efficient system that can help keep your cooling bill in check. We provide routine maintenance services for all makes and models of commercial air conditioners.
Here Is What We Perform During a Routine Inspection:
- Ensure proper cooling cycle start-up
- Replace blower belt if necessary
- Clean condenser coil
- Replace air filters
- Clean evaporator coil foam
- Check refrigerant level
- Check electronic components
- Check discharge and return air temperatures
- Evaluate for overall energy efficiency