New Haven CT
Medford Wellington Services Co., Inc. provides complete air conditioning, heating and refrigeration services to the residents and businesses of New Haven, CT. we are available 24/7 to meet your services needs.
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HVAC and Commercial Refrigeration FAQs
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 for cooling and fall for heating are the best times for commercial HVAC maintenance. However, an older unit or a unit that is put under a lot of strain might require more frequent inspections. Additionally, you should replace your air filters once a month in addition to scheduling comprehensive professional commercial maintenance twice a year.
One of the most frequent issues with HVAC systems is a lack of refrigerant. Refrigerant, a liquid substance required for the removal of heat and the creation of cool air, is a component of cooling systems. The equipment won't cool efficiently if the system loses refrigerant due to leaks or theft. Restoring the system's cooling capacity usually only requires a refrigerant recharge.
Your monthly heating or cooling costs may significantly increase as a result of HVAC systems losing efficiency. This occurs as a result of the system working harder to run more frequently in order to make up for the loss. Have your HVAC system inspected by a specialist if you've noticed a sudden increase in your energy bills that can't be attributed to increased use or weather-related problems.
Your heating and cooling systems' air filters work to filter out dust, pollen, and other debris from the air that circulates through the systems. They do this to prevent those particles from entering the indoor air of your facility. If the quality of the air inside your home seems to be declining, check the air filters in the HVAC system and replace them if necessary.
Units that are old and poorly maintained can't keep the temperature constant or keep things cool. You run the risk of spoilage, foodborne illnesses, and expensive waste when this occurs. An old or dirty compressor, any obstructed airflow, worn door gaskets, dirty fans, and dirty evaporator coils can all cause temperature fluctuations. Unanticipated and unfortunate events can be avoided with routine maintenance and tune-ups.
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