When you market a business, the comfort of your brick and mortar becomes part of your customer service model. If you can’t control the temperature of your space, you’ll see that oversight reflected in your bottom line.
Fortunately, Ambient Edge is prepared to step in and help you better control your commercial climate. Our commercial HVAC replacement services help you upgrade HVAC systems that have fallen out of date or that are too expensive to maintain.
Maintaining Your Commercial HVAC
Before you consider upgrading your current HVAC system, our team can examine your existing unit and recommend repairs. If your unit is in need of considerable maintenance or appears to be out of date, we can recommend replacement units.
At the same time, we can come up with a treatment plan designed to keep your replacement system in working order. When it comes to protecting your HVAC system from damage, we recommend:
- Changing the filter
- Inspecting your ducts
- Testing airflow and pressure
- Sealing off leaks
- Protecting electrical components
- Lubricating moving parts
- Testing the thermostat
- Cleaning the condenser unit, condensate drain, and evaporator coil
- Testing the power surge controls
- Checking and changing the refrigerant
- Assessing blower motor or pump
You can also sign up for an annual service agreement upon your unit’s installation. A member of our team will inspect your commercial HVAC once a year and ensure that all of its parts work as they should. You can also schedule biannual HVAC inspections in the spring and fall to avoid seasonal damage.
Signs Your HVAC System Needs Replacing
Under ideal circumstances, you want your HVAC system to run with as little interference from you as possible. This, however, doesn’t always make for a comfortable space. If you notice certain symptoms popping up around your business, it may be time to consider calling on a team of professionals for an assessment.
Signs of HVAC wear to watch out for can include:
As your HVAC system gets older, both the air conditioning and heating systems may struggle to keep up with your business’s demands. In these cases, you may notice that the temperature within your lot struggles to remain consistent. This is more than inconvenient. Come the dog days of summer or a bad winter, this change can drive off clients.
While you can explore maintenance options to help repair your system, older units may be too costly to effectively maintain. The HVAC system replacement process can help you reconfigure your ducts and invest in the unit that can more effectively keep your space comfortable as the weather changes.
Poor Health or Discomfort Among Clients and Staff
A good HVAC system does more than keep your business comfortable. It also comes equipped with an air filtration system. These systems prevent pollen and other particulates from making their way around your property. In turn, they limit allergic reactions and can even control the transference of germs.
If you haven’t updated your HVAC system, though, you won’t benefit from air filtration perks. Instead, you may notice more particulate matter in the air or more visitors complaining about seasonal allergies. You may even notice more dust or other unseemly debris in your space.
While repairs can help your HVAC system resume its filtration duties, there are some units that aren’t made to contend with heavy use over an extended period of time. We can help you find a unit that better suits your location and protects employees and clients from a decrease in air quality.
Unseasonable Energy Bills
It’s never fun to pay your commercial energy bill. If your expenses start to go up, though, without the weather fluctuating or your usage changing, something’s amiss. Our maintenance team can inspect your unit and let you know whether or not unseen damage is doing a number on your wallet.
Your unit’s age and condition can both contribute to higher energy bills at unseasonable times of the year. If you need a commercial HVAC replacement, we can explore the most energy-efficient options available that are still within your budget.
How Ambient Edge Replaces Commercial HVAC Systems
Before we replace your commercial HVAC system, we’ll inspect your current unit for signs of wear and tear. We can also walk you through a catalog of available replacements to determine which might best suit your business’s needs.
Upon determining what system you’d like in your commercial space, we can map out new duct arrangements, as needed, and estimate the cost of your installation. We can then remove and dispose of your previous system without you having to worry about any step of the process.
We’ll update you as we install the new unit and keep you abreast of any changes in our plans. All the while, you can trust that we’ll never attempt to provide you with a service that you’ve not expressed interest in. When our work is done and you receive your invoice, it will only address those services you initially discussed with our team.
Estimating the Cost of Your Commercial HVAC Replacement
No two commercial HVAC replacements generate the same bills. When you work with Ambient Edge, though, you don’t have to worry about hidden fees. We operate on a flat-fee system. When you first bring your replacement needs to us, we’ll elaborate on our available units and services with an upfront attitude.
In turn, the invoice you get once our services conclude should list a price that you expected. We won’t try to slip unnecessary services or convenience fees into your final payment. If you have any questions about the installation process and its related expenses, you can contact our team for more information.
We Give You a Quote on a Commercial HVAC Replacement
A commercial HVAC system serves more than your staff. Without an HVAC system that can hold up against the local weather, your clientele may become uncomfortable and even sick. If you start noticing signs of worsening HVAC services, don’t delay your repairs.
The team with Ambient Edge is prepared to help you find the commercial HVAC system that best suits your business. You can work with us through an initial consultation to determine which of today’s available systems can bring new life to your business. Schedule your appointment over the phone or by using our online contact form.