Proper cooling capacity and regular commercial HVAC maintenance are important for keeping costs low. Preventative maintenance needs to be budgeted if you want to get the most out of your HVAC system.
Of course, not everyone has the same cooling needs; it varies by climate and office environment.
Other factors determining maintenance needs include: the age of the system, type, condition, physical location, and stress on the system. Certain components need more upkeep than others, so you’ll need to adjust your maintenance schedule accordingly.
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Is your flat roof leaking?
Trying to figure out what the cause might be?
Maintaining a commercial property is essential if you’re running a business or if you’re striving to be a great commercial property manager. A damaged or leaking flat roof can cause a lot of potential problems.
If you’re experiencing flat roof leaking it can be difficult to pinpoint what the issue is. However, by knowing a few of the most common causes you can get a good idea of what the problem might be and how to proceed.
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Running a commercial building is no easy task. Whether you have the whole place to yourself or you lease the space for other businesses, there are many details to take care of. From the security performance to the electrical bill and routine maintenance checks, you’ve got your hands full.
Thankfully, there are all kinds of services available to help you manage everything – like surveillance cameras and HVAC contractors.
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Sick Building Syndrome.
It’s one of the biggest problems that commercial building owners and managers face. Yet, it’s one of the most commonly overlooked.
Simply because an SBS’s occupants experience health issues and discomfort without apparent reason or identified illness or cause. Because the sickness spreads mostly through the air, and air is something we can’t really see. Hence, it can go unnoticed until people start coughing, sneezing, and having dry, itchy eyes among many other symptoms.
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