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Should Your Business Use a Rooftop Unit?

Monday, June 17th, 2019

rooftop-air-conditioning-unitsAs summer quickly approaches, there are probably many things for you to focus on with your business, such as ensuring that your customers, employees, and/or tenants are satisfied, and that your building is a comfortable space.

Wait, you haven’t been concerned about that last point? We get it—this isn’t usually something that’s at top of mind for business owners or managers, however it is important. An uncomfortable commercial space can lead to a host of problems, not the least of which is a significant business interruption.

There are a number of things you can do in your business or commercial building to ensure comfort, and one of the biggest players in this is an effective and efficient air conditioning system. Whether you were already considering replacing your soon or are curious about your options, this is the blog post for you, as rooftop units are well worth your consideration.

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Funny Cooling System Noises to Never Ignore

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

air-conditioning-unit-with-toolsDid you know that summertime is the most likely season for your AC system to call it quits, or at least experience problems? It makes sense when you think about it—it’s getting much heavier use than it does in spring or fall. And all mechanical systems experience wear and tear.

The good news is, you can typically avoid surprise repairs or sudden AC breakdowns, with routine professional maintenance. This gives our technicians an opportunity to uncover any signs of malfunction or repair needs. It also gives us the chance to comprehensively clean out the system to ensure it’s functioning as it should.

Even if you are diligent about maintenance, however, it’s always a good idea to be aware of the sounds you should, and should not, be hearing come from your air conditioning system. The following noises, in fact? They indicate something is very wrong inside your cooling system.

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