Guide to Creating Commercial HVAC Preventative Maintenance Checklist

Commercial HVAC

When you’re a business owner, a large amount of your spending goes to facility costs. Reducing your energy costs can allow you to spend it on other things such as expanding your business and creating new revenue. A great place to start saving money is your commercial HVAC system.

Importance of Commercial HVAC Maintenance

HVAC systems, along with lighting, are the biggest energy consumers in the average commercial building. While there’s certainly something to be said for building automation systems and other technology which work to reduce energy consumption, maintaining your systems through commercial HVAC maintenance greatly impacts the amount of energy this equipment uses. Our Commercial HVAC Maintenance Checklist will show you the steps which need to be followed to keep your building’s HVAC equipment in top shape, consuming less energy and serving you longer.

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Proper commercial HVAC preventative maintenance will keep your equipment in top shape all year-round.

When creating your maintenance checklist, here are some things to consider:

Spring & Summer Maintenance Tasks

• Replace filters on cooling equipment
• Check condition of belts and pulleys and replace as needed
• Clean condenser and evaporator coils
• Check refrigerant charge and inspect for leaks if charge is low
• Clear drain lines and pans
• Check electrical connections
• Check operation of fan and blower motor and adjust if needed
• Lubricate motors, bearings and other moving parts
• Check operation of thermostats and other controls
• Check for adequate air flow

Fall & Winter Maintenance Tasks

• Replace filters on heating equipment
• Check condition of belts and pulleys and replace as needed
• Clear drain lines and pans
• Check electrical connections
• Check operation of fan and blower motor and adjust if needed
• Inspect ignition and burner assembly
• Lubricate motors, bearings and other moving parts
• Check operation of thermostats and other controls
• Inspect heat exchanger

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Hopefully you know enough to create your own commercial maintenance checklist.

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