Regular maintenance is vital not only for the efficiency and longevity of the commercial HVAC system, but also to prevent interruption to normal business operations. Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc., offers Atlanta area businesses maintenance service agreements to ensure their HVAC equipment always function at peak performance.
When not properly maintained, even the best commercial heating and cooling systems can malfunction, and when they do, it’s usually during very hot or cold weather when they’re needed the most. At the very least, poorly-maintained equipment may not function at peak performance, costing businesses money by wasting energy. To prevent these kind of problems, Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc., urges Atlanta area companies to make preventative HVAC maintenance a top priority.
“Without proper heating, cooling, ventilation and air circulation, your building would be uninhabitable, especially during the summer and winter months when temperatures tend to be extreme,” observes Sean Daily, president and founder of Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc. “That’s why having a strong preventative and predictive HVAC maintenance program in place isn’t just an option, but an absolute necessity. If you want to your building comfortable year-round and your business operations functioning without interruption, preventative care is essential.”
Daily believes four of the most important reasons to have preventative HVAC maintenance done are:
- It can reduce or eliminate the need for costly repairs down the road. With preventive care, problems can be addressed while they are relatively simple to remedy, and expensive heating and cooling emergencies are much less likely.
- It can prolong the life of the HVAC system. When dirt, dust and grime clog up equipment, the system has to work much harder and longer to create the same amount of heating or cooling, which can result in premature burnout and failure. In general, most poorly-maintained systems function only about three-fourths of their suggested lifespans due to early system failure. On the other hand, with regular, routine maintenance, the life of an HVAC system is often extended past the expected mark.
- It can make your system more energy efficient, lowering utility costs. A clean and well-maintained HVAC system does its job better and faster than a system that is poorly-maintained, while using far less fuel. Industry experts report that routine HVAC maintenance can lower a facility’s utility bills by anywhere from 10 to 40 percent.
- It can improve indoor air quality. Dirty coils and blower parts within an air conditioning unit can lead to poor air quality, in particular, the build-up of pollen, fungi, bacteria and other indoor air pollutants. Keeping HVAC components clean reduces or eliminates these contaminants, keeping the air clean. Clean indoor air, in turn, promotes good employee health, and may even reduce absenteeism.
According to Daily, the best way to ensure the preventative maintenance is done in a timely manner is to sign up for a preventative maintenance program with a professional HVAC contractor, such as Legacy Mechanical.
“Maintaining a commercial building’s HVAC system is specialized work, and very often businesses do not have the staff or expertise to take care of the preventative maintenance themselves,” Daily says. “With a maintenance service contract from Legacy Mechanical, you can feel confident knowing that the best in the industry is handling all your important heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality needs. We take this job very seriously, and leave no stones unturned when it comes to maintaining our clients’ equipment. Our goal is to make certain their HVAC systems work efficiently and cost-effectively for as long as possible.”
Further information about Legacy Mechanical’s HVAC maintenance service agreements can be obtained by visiting https://legacyservice
“When you enlist our services, we will do our very best to ensure you receive the highest quality HVAC work possible,” Daily says. “I really don’t think there is any better way to extend the life of your heating and air conditioning system than by having a maintenance agreement with Legacy Mechanical Services.”
About Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc.:
Founded in 2001, Legacy Mechanical Services, Inc., provides commercial businesses in the Atlanta metropolitan area with a complete range of heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing and refrigeration solutions. Legacy has the experience to handle nearly any project, from the smallest tenant retrofit to large construction projects involving medical, industrial and institutional facilities. The company employs a registered professional engineer on staff who can design and build a customized system to suit the needs of particular clients, along with central HVAC plant experts who help with the design, construction and upgrades. For more information about LegacyMechanical Services, visit https://legacyservices.b