- December 14, 2018
- Posted by: Gareth Whalley
- Category: Latest News & Blog
The winter months can be incredibly challenging when it comes to energy-efficiency and keeping your air conditioning systems performing at the peak of their abilities.
Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to maintain the efficiency of your commercial air conditioning systems during the coldest parts of the year. Read on to find out more.
1. Follow a preventative maintenance schedule
If you haven’t got a maintenance agreement in place with a specialist you can trust, now is that time to act. Once you have an agreement, you can rest assured that check-ups are made on time and that problems are resolved as soon as they arise. When issues are identified early, you can prevent them from worsening and costing you more.
2. Make sure your filters are working properly
When filters are dirty, airflow becomes restricted and the performance of your whole system may be compromised. By replacing inferior filters with superior alternatives, you can cut the cost of maintenance whilst heightening air quality.
3. Calibrate your thermostats
When you have your thermostats calibrated, you can optimise the efficiency of your system and prevent heating and cooling occurring at the same time.
4. Eliminate leaks and equipment failures
A professional consultant can explore your business premises and make suggestions to help you improve safety and efficiency. They can identify hazards and help you make considerable savings on energy. They can also tell you which equipment needs to be checked, cleaned and replaced.
5. Contact Sovereign PSL
At Sovereign Planned Services Ltd, we are waiting to hear from you if you do need help with air conditioning repairs and maintenance. We can provide affordable repair and maintenance services to deliver high performance and comfort throughout the year. We only ever work with approved qualified engineers and never outsource tasks to others. Contact us today by sending an email to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0800 243 638.