As the weather starts to warm up, it may be time to start up the air conditioning for the first time this season for your business. This process comes with a few maintenance steps, including checking parts to see if they’re working correctly after sitting stagnant for months. Another factor to consider is how COVID-19 will affect your HVAC system and its efficiencies to reduce the spread of the virus. HVAC systems are taken into consideration during this time, setting up extra precautions in the settings and maintaining your current system to reduce the flow of virus-filled droplets.
Many HVAC systems already have filters in place. They are made to blow around the air and adequately ventilate a building. People want to feel a slight breeze in the air around them, but not when the person a few tables over is coughing. Here is a list of all the equipment maintenance to take into consideration for your Spring HVAC startup:
An HVAC professional can help you get your system up and running for the warmer months. Along with the startup, they can assess COVID-19 precautions to keep the surrounding air clean and free of pathogens that may spread.
As with any HVAC system that has been on standby through the winter, these seasonal maintenance checks are vital to your system’s success. It is better to fix parts that aren’t at their best after a winter break than to run your system with faulty components. This may cost you more money in monthly utilities or risk a breakdown when you need air conditioning the most.
At the beginning of each season, it is a good idea to take a look at your HVAC system and take any preventative steps to keep it working efficiently. A maintenance agreement with experts in the industry will elongate the life of your HVAC system and save you money in the long haul.
Your ventilation systems are vital to preventing the transmission of COVID-19. Speak with a professional on how the regular Spring maintenance of your COVID HVAC system can include COVID preventative measures.
Over the past year, scientists have discovered more about the spread of Coronavirus. You can consider many factors that have been proven to prevent COVID-19 when you are planning our HVAC restart for the season:
Considering what we know about infectious diseases like COVID-19, we can do our part in stopping the spread. This can include arming our HVAC systems with upgraded filters, efficient and up-to-date parts, and taking other COVID precautions.
You can enter into a maintenance agreement with a trusted team like AirLogix and glean from their knowledge and expertise at each seasonal change. When it is time to start up your system, the team will work with you to take precautions with your HVAC system to prevent airborne transmission of the virus.
Maintenance agreements are growing in popularity. It puts commercial building owners at ease to know they have experts to call on when dealing with an unfamiliar HVAC system. You are not expected to know it all when it comes to your seasonal HVAC startup.
Air cleaning is essential to stop the spread of any sicknesses and also comes with the benefit of reducing allergies. Talk to our team at AirLogix about our maintenance agreements today.
With any air conditioning HVAC system, you need to take the necessary maintenance steps when starting up the system after a long hiatus. Hire a trusted team like AirLogix to check out your system and get it ready for the long summer ahead. The last thing you want to do is neglect your system and have an outage in the middle of a heatwave.
You can also rely on AirLogix to change out filters and implement proper ventilation controls to limit the spread of COVID-19 in your building. We value our customers and want them to be safe with updated COVID HVAC precautions. Contact AirLogix today to start up your facility safer!