HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
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How do you know when to service your commercial HVAC?

There are many reasons to keep your commercial HVAC working properly but the two main reasons are; proper working equipment costs less to operate and the units last longer when maintained properly.

MOISTURE
High humidity in your building is a sure sign that some about your HVAC is not working correctly. You may also notice condensation on your AC or heating unit.

UTILITY BILL
An AC that is not functionally property requires more power. So if you noticed a spike in your utility bill your HVAC could be consuming extra power indicating a malfunction.

ODOR
If you smell a musty odor coming from your ducts that could be a problem with mold or mildew from your units. Even small animals or birds can become trapped and decay inside an HVAC and of course, this would cause an odor.

NOISE
Beware of humming, clanking, clicking or buzzing sounds coming from your units. Air conditioners and furnaces that need repairs often make these sounds.

COMPLAINS
One thing about heating and cooling, everyone is affected, your employees, your customers even your delivery services. So listen to the people who are telling you how they feel. Sometimes they will notice things before you and enable you to catch a minor issues before it becomes major. Catching problems early is what we are all about.  Call us today for a maintenance equipment check. You may save yourself a bundle.

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WE DO IT LIKE IT’S OUR OWN

Back in 1974, before company mission statements were in vogue, Jack Brinson started his heating and air company with one objective – treat every customer with the personal and professional care they deserve. From new installation to system replacement to service and repair, our team of heating and air professionals will do it like it’s their own home. Our rapid response time is designed with your comfort in mind. That’s the quality of service you can expect. After all, Jack wouldn’t have it any other way.