American Services HVAC installation in Chesterfield MO knows that commercial HVAC Systems are complicated, it can be very intimidating to locate a suspected problem within your HVAC system, these issues the majority of the time is due to lack of maintenance, and the inability to recognize symptoms, that occur in HVAC Operational and non-operational status conditions.
HVAC Industry experts agree and recommend these seven HVAC repair troubleshooting tips, will make your HVAC system operate smoother, longer, cleaner. Armed with this knowledge you can save in energy costs and unnecessary repair bills.
– Check the air flow and filter process, Determine where the problem occurred, are there possible environmental factors. Have the air flow pathways, ventilation, and heating and cooling systems been inspected for contamination or foreign material.
Check your HVAC system for dust dirt or mold growth.
Sometimes it’s necessary to hire an outside professional expert to check the quality of your air.
If you have air quality problems at construction sites, ensure that you have an air quality technician evaluate clean air quality. Flushing bad air from work sites is critical as is providing clean air for workers. HVAC Systems technicians should be retained when there is a potential problem found. In most cases it has been determined that the ordinary maintenance staff is generally not trained nor has the tools to tackle such a complex sophisticated system. Highly specialized training, special diagnostic equipment, and license certifications maybe required to diagnose, repair and conduct follow up monitoring.
Troubleshooting your HVAC system during excess humidity discharge: check dirty coils, clogged pans may be holding water, moisture may be entering the building thru mechanical leaks. check to see cooling fan running at the proper speed.
Having the wrong size HAVC unit
either too small or too large will also contribute greatly to excessive humidity discharge, making your HVAC system prone to mold growth.
Finally, you can avoid major repairs of your HVAC system by keeping a preventative maintenance plan for your building. If managed properly 25 years of service life and longer can be expected. Periodic energy audits, automating climate control to match building use. Consultation with an HVAC specialist for information on how to improve and maintain your system, without interrupting workflow or comfort in your building.