As a business owner, having problems with your industrial air conditioner can be a major headache, both for your employees and your customers. Imagine having to work all day in an office that’s too cold or too hot or one where the temperature is all over the place with no rhyme or reason. At Energy Sharks Heating & Air, we’re a trusted professional commercial air conditioning service company that employs experts with decades of HVAC experience who can get your industrial furnace or industrial air conditioner repaired quickly and with as little inconvenience to you and your staff as possible.
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Warning Signs Your Commercial Air Conditioner Is Going Bad
Call in a professional HVAC company if you notice any of these signs from your air conditioner
- Foul odors coming from the vents or registers
- Unfamiliar noises such as grinding, whining, or wheezing
- Uneven airflow causing temperatures to be different from room to room
- Unexpected rise in your energy bills
These are the most common signs that there’s something wrong with your HVAC system and that it’s in need of maintenance or repair. To restore your company’s productivity and get those energy bills under control, call in a commercial HVAC service company to evaluate the problem and recommend a solution.
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Repair or Replace Your Industrial Air Conditioner
As a business owner, you’re understandably concerned about your company’s bottom line, which is why you may want to repair your HVAC system rather than replace it. And, at Energy Sharks Heating & Air, we understand. However, there are times when it makes more economic sense to replace your system rather than repair it, and our experts will be able to recommend the best course of action once we fully inspect your system and diagnose the problem.
The general rules when it comes to replacing vs. repair are:
- If the system is 15 years or older, it’s best to replace with a higher efficiency system, which will save you money on energy bills year in and year out.
- If your system is being repaired more frequently, then you’re probably throwing your money away on repairs when they could go into a new, more reliable system.
- If the cost to repair is 50% or greater than the cost to replace, then you’re better off replacing.