Legal agreements for the rental of commercial buildings differ quite a bit from residential rentals. Depending on the agreement, the tenant may be responsible for maintenance and replacement of a system. Other agreements will hold the landlord responsible for the heating & air system. Either way, it’s in the interest of the responsible party to keep things running smoothly.
Regular or preventive maintenance can go a long way in keeping a heating system in Victorville, or an air conditioning system in San Bernardino running smoothly. Having a trained technician check for issues like leaking refrigerant can prevent the building from getting too hot and prevent the condenser from over working or burning out. It is a lot less expensive to have a system checked, cleaned and lubricated than to replace it.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality is frequently an issue in commercial buildings. The first step to solving an air quality issue is to find the source of the problem. Dust is a common culprit. Keeping filters clean and eliminating extra dust is a start. If the problem is severe, upgrading the filter system or adding a ventilation system may be the answer. Moisture can also be an issue. If the heated air in the building is too dry, a humidifier may be the solution.
Fumes are another common issue in commercial buildings. Reducing the use of harsh chemicals and pesticides in the building can help. Other issues like perfume, smoke and air fresheners may need to be addressed as well. If there is an air quality issue in a building, finding the source is the first step. Particles, dust from paper fragments, even fumes from new carpeting or furniture can be the problem. Common sense, regular cleaning, and sometimes a little detective work may be the answer to fixing an indoor air quality problem. A trained HVAC technician can help find a solution for indoor air quality and comfort issues.