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How Do We Install a Commercial Air Conditioner?

How Do We Install a Commercial Air Conditioner?

Commercial air conditioning is a necessity for any commercial building. Besides providing cold internal temperatures during summer seasons, air conditioners also purify air making it be clean for people to breathe. Proper regulation of humidity, ventilation, and temperature regulation yield a conducive working environment.     Your building may be complex, with several sections and rooms but that does not matter to us because we analyze the place and identify the proper layout to install your air conditioner. We aim at achieving uniformity in cold air distribution inside the commercial building. How do we install it? Follow the process.   Proper Evaluation of Your Place   If you don’t have an air conditioner yet, we evaluate your place and determine the size of the air conditioner that will efficiently and satisfactorily serve your place. Commercial spaces are always big and complex so they require bigger AC machines compared to residential homes. If you install a small air conditioner, you will have to either replace it or upgrade it both of which are costly.   For those who already have an air conditioner, we analyze your place, understand its sections and then start the installation. Our process is precise and error-free leading to the efficient functioning of your air conditioner.   For commercial air conditioner installation, we consider several factors including building size, the cooling capacity of the AC, product warranties and required maintenance. All these are important for the proper installation of your AC and ensuring it works efficiently in your commercial building.   Proper Ducts Installation   Duct layout is what determines the distribution of cold air in...
What Causes HVAC Inefficiency for my Air Conditioner?

What Causes HVAC Inefficiency for my Air Conditioner?

It is not always easy to spot inefficiencies when it comes to your HVAC air conditioning unit. In some cases, you may not even realize there is a problem until you begin to notice unusually high electricity bills. That is why routine maintenance by an HVAC professional is so useful for sustaining optimal performance. If you notice you are not getting the results you should out of your HVAC unit, it can be due to a variety of factors. Reasons for Inefficient Performance from an HVAC Air Conditioning Unit There are many different elements that may play a role in problems with your air conditioner. Some of these factors might be: Blockage in air flow A coolant leak Accumulation of dirt and dust Ice build up Unit is inappropriate for the area it is cooling Poor maintenance A replacement may be required Air Flow Blockage For your HVAC air conditioning unit to operate effectively, air needs to be able to flow in and out, and throughout the system with ease. If this is not happening, then the unit will work harder and run for longer periods in an attempt to bring down temperature levels. Air flow blockages can be cause by things like: A clogged or obstructed filter A leak in the ductwork A problem with the motor Obstructed vents A Coolant Leak If coolant levels become low in your air conditioner, then the unit works harder and runs longer to try to compensate. The coolant, or refrigerant, that powers your HVAC unit should never run out, so if levels are low, it means that there is a leak....
Does an Air Conditioner Need to be Run Constantly?

Does an Air Conditioner Need to be Run Constantly?

During the summer months it may seem like you need to run your air conditioning unit constantly to keep your place cool. Should this be happening? The short answer is no. If you have the right HVAC unit for your space, and the settings are optimally programmed, then there is no need for your air conditioner to be running all the time. You are likely spending extra money on energy costs, and unnecessarily wasting energy. What if my air conditioner is running longer than usual? Granted, during heat spells in the summer, your air conditioner will certainly run more frequently, but not continually. As temperatures increase, it makes sense that your HVAC unit may have to work a little harder to keep your indoor environment at a comfortable temperature. Longer running times during these heat spells is a good sign, it actually means that your air conditioner is responding the way it should. However, if it never shuts off, running all day and night, then you may have a problem. When should I be worried about HVAC air conditioning performance? There are few warning signs and helpful indicators to look out for, if you are concerned there may be a problem with your air conditioner. Some signals to keep an eye out for can include: Your HVAC air conditioning unit is running 24 hours a day, around the clock Even though the HVAC unit is operating without pause, the indoor air temperature does not seem to be getting any cooler Your utility bills are steadily getting higher, even though you have made no adjustments to your HVAC unit settings...
How Do You Know If You Should Buy A New Air Conditioner?

How Do You Know If You Should Buy A New Air Conditioner?

You’ve probably had your current air conditioner for a few years now and it has served its purpose quite well. However recently, you begin to notice faults in its performance and are wondering if you should buy a new air conditioner altogether; here are the signs that your current air conditioner needs to be replaced ASAP. The constant need for repairs – If you are constantly repairing and fixing your system, it’s about time you replaced it. Several worn out parts are an indicator of long-term use and the degeneration of parts over time. Overall, the repairs and replacement of parts may be too costly and same as the cost of a new system .Just as you buy new gadgets when they need repairs every time, same applies to air conditioners It’s outlived its service time guarantee – When buying your air conditioner, always check and note it guarantee service time. This is an indicator of how many years of service you should expect high performance without incurring any mechanical problems. The closer you get to its guaranteed lifetime, the more you will begin to notice faults in the system’s performance. Some may outlive the guaranteed period with a few more years, but when its issues arise and it’s past the service lifetime, it’s better to buy a new air conditioner than waste money on repairs. Disrupted air flow – If you notice your system does not provide a continuous flow of air, its filters are either broken or clogged or the conditioner’s capacity to circulate air is compromised. If this remains persistent even after a couple of repairs,...
What to Do When Your Air Conditioner Breaks

What to Do When Your Air Conditioner Breaks

With temperatures rising up to highs of 25°C in Canada during summer, air conditioning is what most people die for at this time. Such temperatures are unbearable especially if you have to be indoors. Think about what you would do for a cool breeze at the convenience of your house; try to imagine your air conditioner breaking and especially after work hours for repairers. Anyone would hate to be in this position. It is literally the worst thing that can happen to you during summer. What do you do? How do you survive? These and more are questions in your mind as you try to distract yourself from noticing how hot it is getting by the minute. Here is how you can survive to tell your summer horror story.     Block sunlight from getting into your house   As the sun rises, it brings along heat with it. Temperatures rise gradually heating up the earth’s surface and being absorbed by matter all around us. With the sun shining into your house, it will raise its temperatures gradually making your interior unbearably hot. One way to maintain the cool in your home is to block the sun from getting in. Close your windows, blinders and any opening or transparent surface through which the sun can penetrate into your home.   Open your windows at night and close them during the day   During the night, the air is cool compared to daytime. An excellent trick at surviving summer without an AC is to open your windows at night to let in cool air and close them early morning before...
How Much Does It Cost To Repair An Air Conditioner System?

How Much Does It Cost To Repair An Air Conditioner System?

Your air conditioning system exemplifies a noteworthy investment, and when it is not functioning properly, it is essential to find a dependable technician to repair it. If you do not do your research on the company you pick, you could be paying someone for substandard work or overpaying a technician for a simple task. HVAC experts have the necessary skills, training, and accreditation to maintain, repair, and install a central air-conditioning system in a home, multi-unit building or office. The general average cost of air conditioner repair is $35- $95 per hour but averages can be a bit misleading even though HVAC and AC services do not typically charge by the hour. It is rare for a site visit to cost less than $100. Let us look at the cost of repairing parts of an air conditioning system. Leaks The cost of repairing and detecting refrigerant leaks could cost anywhere from $225- $1,000 or more, depending on the degree of the problem. Water leaks can also happen and repair costs differ depending on the extent and cause of the leak. Replacing refrigerant At times, a technician has to drain and replace a unit’s air-conditioning refrigerant, the chemical that cools the air. However, air conditioning systems have sealing so if a system is low on refrigerant; there is probably a leak somewhere that requires checking. Costs for refrigerant replacement depend on which type of refrigerant your air conditioner requires. Tune-ups Most AC repair companies can perform a routine system check and tune-up for $125-$200. Be cautious of very low quotes for this service. Low prices are frequently too good to...
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