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One of the major factors in keeping your establishment running smoothly, is your commercial heating system. With Winter just around the corner, an annual tune-up of your HVAC system is an absolute necessity.

Commercial HVAC’s are complicated and can consist of different types of heaters, boilers, furnaces, and ductwork systems. Call Weather Engineers for your yearly Commercial Heater Maintenance.

We’ve been serving Jacksonville and the surrounding areas for over 50 years.

Here’s a glimpse of the services we offers we provide.

Furnace Maintenance

Annual maintenance reduces chances of costly repairs to your commercial furnace. Preventive maintenance will also add to the longevity of the furnace, and ensure that it doesn’t pose any hazard during operations.

Efficient running with annual checks will also mean lower energy bills and more money for you to invest in your business.

Heat Pump Maintenance

The cost of maintaining your commercial heat pump is lower than maintenance of a separate air conditioning unit and furnace. Don’t trade your sanity by saving on annual tune-up.

A yearly check will spare you from issues like faulty thermostats, low refrigerant levels, worn out compressor valves, duct leakage, and faulty compressors.

These seeming small issues can grow into potential hazards or even a complete system failure, if left unchecked.

Water Heater Maintenance

As commercial water heaters demands for service are higher than residential ones, things to keep in mind during maintenance are:

  • Checking the water pressure, so it doesn’t damage your equipment. A leaking pressure relief valve indicates a water pressure issue.
  • Sediments in the drain can accelerate corrosion if not addressed.
  • Higher temperature facilitates sediment buildup. Have a trained HVAC technician check and set your commercial water heater temperatures.
  • You should  have your contractor check the Anode rods and replace them if they are worn out to reduce corrosion.

Give us a call if you have any questions about your commercial heating system today. Weather Engineers, Inc, your partner in business.