Commercial Preventative Maintenance


Preventative Maintenance

Commercial Preventative Maintenance by Professional HVAC Contractors in San Antonio TX

Commercial preventative maintenance in San Antonio, Texas is part of doing business. Rely on 1st Choice Air Conditioning & Heating for your maintenance. It makes sound financial sense for all business to have commercial maintenance contracts. With us, that gets you preferential treatment, discounts and reduced charges.

Benefits of Routine Maintenance for Businesses

Poorly maintained HVAC systems show the lack of routine maintenance in expensive ways. It costs more money to run a heating unit that has leaks, low levels of essential fluids and a lack of lubrication. It also makes your AC work much harder, thus stressing and straining the components.

Be on the lookout for breakdowns. Without regular maintenance, your heating and cooling systems eventually require expensive repairs, as well as reducing their length of use. That results in customer dissatisfaction, lost time for employees, spoiled food, and uncomfortable working conditions.

Commercial Maintenance Contracts Save Money

As a business owner, we know you are very interested in saving money. There is no better way than with one of our commercial maintenance contracts. Avoid the consequences that occur when your HVAC system is compromised with regular and comprehensive checkups. Our factory-trained technicians inspect all of your HVAC equipment. Specifically, a technician will:
  • Check for Freon leaks
  • Check operation and refrigerant pressure
  • Check contacts for wear and pitting
  • Check condenser fan motor and blades
  • Check and tighten all electrical contacts
  • Check drain pan for leaks
  • Check blower motor and wheel
  • Check tension on belt (if applicable)
  • Check and calibrate operating controls
  • Calibrate thermostat
  • Check damper operations and lubricate
  • Lubricate all bearings
  • Check and adjust burners
  • Check and clean heat exchanger
  • Check for gas leaks
  • Check vent pipe connection
  • Check heat elements and sequencers
  • Check heat limit controls
  • Check for carbon monoxide
  • Run unit to burn off dust
  • Check for corrosion 
  • Tighten screws 
  • Check ambient temperature
  • Check evaporator for leaks
  • Check condenser for leaks
  • Check condensate line for blockage
  • Record all data in log book
  • Report any equipment failure
  • Report any loss of refrigeration
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