Medford Wellington Services Co., Inc. provides complete air conditioning, heating and refrigeration services to the residents and businesses of Providence, RI. we are available 24/7 to meet your services needs.
How often should commercial HVAC be serviced near Providence?
The frequency of commercial maintenance appointments can vary depending on a number of factors, but it's a good rule of thumb to plan maintenance checkups twice a year. Since systems are put under the most strain during the ensuing seasons of temperature extremes, spring and fall are the best times for maintenance. However, an older unit or a unit that is put under a lot of strain might require more frequent inspections.
How do you service a commercial refrigerator near Providence?
Plan a thorough cleaning of your entire refrigeration system once or twice per week. Take everything out and put it in another unit or a temporary cooler. Scrub the shelves and surface with warm water, soap, or vinegar solution while using a soft brush. If possible, take out any drawers and shelving so you can soak and then rinse them.
The condenser coil in your commercial freezer or refrigerator needs to be cleaned frequently. The majority of manufacturers advise cleaning every three months, and many manuals offer detailed cleaning instructions. It may be difficult to maintain the temperature if it is dirty or dusty, which could lead to overheating and component failure.
Keep the area around the evaporator coil tidy and free of obstructions on a regular basis. Avoid packing the interior tightly with numerous items, especially if they are extremely hot. The coil may freeze if the unit's vents are blocking airflow, which could result in water leaks and an increase in cabinet temperature.
What to do if my home AC system is not cooling near Providence?
Always check the thermostat and adjust it as necessary. It may seem obvious, but switching the thermostat from "Automatic" to "Fan" can sometimes explain why an air conditioner is running but not cooling.
When the switch is in the "Automatic" position, the thermostat activates the air conditioning when the interior temperature exceeds the desired preset temperature. The device will blow air through the duct system if the switch was unintentionally set to "Fan," but no cooling will occur.
Change the dirty filter if needed. Your AC system's return-air filters may be clogged, dirty, and impair air flow if it has been more than a few months since you last changed them. The AC system can only draw in a meager amount of air when filters are clogged with animal fur and dust, and as a result, the airflow is weak.
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