Three Signs That It’s Time To Replace Your Building’s HVAC System

Does your commercial building have an older HVAC system that you’ve been thinking about replacing but you don’t know if it’s the right time or not?

If you’re ‘on the fence’ about replacing your building’s HVAC system, this article will offer you three clear signs that it’s time to make your move and get it replaced.

It’s More Than 10 Years Old

Is your HVAC unit more than 10 years old? If so, this is an excellent reason in itself to replace that HVAC unit because the longer that you have it, you can expect some of it’s parts to fail.

Most commercial HVAC units are built to only last up to 15 years anyway, so if you find yourself spending more money each year due to routine maintenance, this is a clear sign that you should consider replacing your HVAC unit.


The Temperature Indoors Doesn’t Stay Consistent

Another excellent sign that it’s time to replace your building’s HVAC system is if the temperature inside your building doesn’t stay consistent.

Inconsistent temperatures inside the building mean that the unit isn’t able to distribute the air consistently throughout the building due to issues like leaky ducts, a faulty thermostat, or all of the above.

The solution to the problem is to replace your unit because this will increase indoor air comfort while also giving you confidence that your HVAC system is functioning efficiently once again.

Bad Indoor Air Quality

Last of all, but most important, if this quality of the air inside your building is acceptable on some days, this is another tell-tale sign that it’s time to replace your building’s HVAC.

Indoor air quality is vital because if the air inside your building is not clean and easy to breathe, you could find yourself faced with more employees having to take sick days or other allergy related issues.

Contact Dave’s Cooling And Heating

Are you ready to move forward with replacing your building’s HVAC unit? We can help! For excellent service and great pricing, contact us today at (301) 401-2780 or click here to connect with us online.

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