Winter is coming! In fact, snow is in the forecast this Thanksgiving. The European forecasting model is predicting as much as a foot of snow across the mid-Atlantic and New England. And that is just the tip of the iceberg, as they say. Local meteorologist Justin Berk is calling for 30 inches of snow at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) this winter, while WMAR-TV meteorologist Mike Masco is predicting a winter “just as rough if not worse” than last years, forecasting 28 to 35 inches of snowfall in Baltimore City.
Are you ready? More importantly, is your business ready?
Commercial HVAC Maintenance in Baltimore
Fresh Air Concepts, LLC realizes the importance of routine maintenance.
Fresh Air Concepts offers installation, service, and maintenance services for commercial HVAC systems. We also offer commercial maintenance contracts designed to extend the life of your systems, forecast/prevent mechanical failure and to ensure your system(s) is operating at peak efficiency, which ultimately leads to energy cost savings.
Benefits of Commercial HVAC Maintenance
Having your commercial facility’s HVAC system inspected and serviced this fall will ensure that it is ready for winter, which is fast approaching. If you fail to have your system serviced before winter, you run several risks, including:
Improved Energy Efficiency
HVAC systems in commercial buildings account for more than 40% of total energy use. Every year your system goes without service, it loses approximately 5% of its maximum operating efficiency. In layman’s terms, you will pay more on your monthly energy bills. And no business owner wants that.
Properly serviced equipment can help lower energy costs by as much as 20%.
Don’t get left out in the cold this winter…literally. The last thing you want is for your HVAC equipment to malfunction and breakdown in the middle of winter. Your employees and customers will not enjoy entering a building that is just as cold as the outdoors.
When caught early and corrected, small issues won’t cause any big problems. During their inspection, your HVAC technician looks for warning signs of potential problems.