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There are estimates that businesses can save up to $500 a year per HVAC unit when they switch to a routine maintenance schedule. The exact savings may vary from state to state and between businesses, but most companies can save hundreds of dollars a year simply by contracting with Advanced Cooling Systems for at least two commercial HVAC maintenance appointments annually.

For most businesses, a complete maintenance check on the air conditioning system is necessary in the early spring. The fall maintenance appointment is typically reserved for checking the heating system. When you commit to this simple commercial preventive maintenance plan, there are several ways that you can save money on HVAC repairs.

Clean Systems are Efficient Systems

When Advanced Cooling System technicians perform their commercial HVAC maintenance routine on your heating and air conditioning system, they will make sure that your filters and all other elements of the system are clean. This ensures that accumulating dust and debris doesn’t interfere with the efficiency of your system, which in turn keeps your energy expenditure to a minimum.

What business doesn’t want to spend as little as possible on electricity and other operational expenses?

Dramatically Reduce Maintenance Expenses

You’re going to pay to maintain your heating and air conditioning system whether the money goes to emergency repairs or to a commercial preventive maintenance plan. You can save up to 40 percent on your overall maintenance expenses just by committing to routine maintenance checks. Those savings usually come from avoiding emergency breakdowns and unnecessary repairs.

Maximize Life Expectancy, Maximize Savings

The longer your heating and air conditioning system lasts, the more value you get for your money. Poorly maintained systems are likely to need replacement years earlier than properly maintained systems. Since commercial systems are pricey, it’s in the best interest of your company’s budget to maximize use from each system.

Are you ready to learn more about the commercial HVAC maintenance procedures that may save your company money? Give our experienced technicians a call at (727) 213-5888

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