Archive for the ‘Commercial HVAC’ Category

Schedule Your Commercial Heating System for Maintenance before the Holidays!

Monday, November 16th, 2015

This is the time of year when time flies. It’s the last push to the end of the year for businesses, the holidays are around the corner and daylight gets shorter and shorter each day until just before Christmas. It can be very easy to forget to take care of your commercial heating system, but you don’t want to be reminded when the system malfunctions and requires repair. So do yourself and your business a favor and call to schedule maintenance for your heating system before the holidays hit. (more…)

Does My Commercial Air Conditioner Need Repair?

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

If you have your own business, you know how important it is to have a comfortable business space all year long. Now that we are in the cooling season, it’s important to have cool, dry air circulating throughout your building. However, if you aren’t seeing the performance you need, but don’t know what’s happening, your AC in Stamford, CT, may need repair help. Here are some of the more common signs your commercial air conditioner isn’t operating as it should be: (more…)

What Makes Commercial HVAC Maintenance a Good Investment?

Friday, March 27th, 2015

Just as you enjoy living comfortably in your home, so too do individuals within your commercial property appreciate a comfortable environment during their duration therein. Whether you own a tenancy, run a restaurant, or rent out office space, know for certain that keeping that commercial property comfortable ought to be a primary concern. That is precisely why it is so necessary that you schedule routine commercial HVAC maintenance in Greenwich. Maintaining comfortable temperatures in a commercial property can be challenging enough without allowing any HVAC equipment to fall into disrepair. Contact Celco Heating and Air Conditioning today to schedule the maintenance services that your commercial HVAC systems require to function at optimal performance levels. 

As your commercial heating and cooling systems work away to keep your commercial space comfortable throughout the year, they will inevitably accrue the general wear and tear that all mechanical systems do while in use. Routine maintenance allows a professional commercial HVAC technician to thoroughly inspect your commercial HVAC system, addressing any such wear and tear as necessary to keep every component in that system in fine working condition. Only then will you be able to stave off any necessary damages resulting from simple matters of wear and tear. If any component in your system is compromised, it can put the integrity of the system as a whole at risk.

You should also keep in mind the fact that investing in a good, comprehensive commercial HVAC maintenance plan can help to reduce the amount that you pay in order to run those systems. If your commercial heater or air conditioner is struggling due to even minor operational issues, it is going to result in subpar efficiency levels. The output of those systems will also suffer, meaning that you may actually wind up paying more in order to heat and cool your space with unimpressive results. By scheduling your commercial HVAC maintenance in Greenwich with Celco Heating and Air Conditioning, then, you can get a better performance from your heating and cooling systems while paying less in energy costs to do so.

If this is something that you’d like to  pursue – and we cannot imagine why you wouldn’t – contact us today to get your commercial HVAC system the help it needs to excel.

Common Problems with Commercial Heating Systems

Monday, November 17th, 2014

In an area like New Haven, you know how important commercial heating is to keeping your customers comfortable. They don’t want to walk into your business and have it feel like a freezer. Moreover, you and your employees probably don’t want to work in that environment either. So it’s a big deal when your commercial heating system stops working right. In order to help prevent costly repairs, it pays to know some common issues with your commercial heating system. Let’s examine some of the most common problems.

Icing Over

As most commercial heating systems are heat pumps, icing over becomes a big issue. A heat pump relies on its outdoor unit to provide thermal energy with which to warm the air. This outdoor unit contains an evaporator coil, which evaporates refrigerant to draw heat into it. There are two side effects to this kind of heat siphoning. The first is that the air temperature around the unit drops. The second is that condensation forms on the unit. The low temperature causes the condensation to freeze, forming ice on the heat pump. Normally, this isn’t a problem, as heat pumps have a defrost cycle that allows them to melt any ice that forms on the unit. If that function stops working, however, the entire unit can ice over and stop circulating heat. If your heating system is circulating cold air instead of warm, you might want to check the outdoor unit and see if it’s got ice on it.

Refrigerant Leaks

Refrigerant is the liquid responsible for transporting thermal energy throughout the heating system. There is a set level of refrigerant included in the heating system during installation, which is recycled during normal operation. If a leak develops in the refrigerant line for whatever reason, it can drain the refrigerant from the system. When that happens, the heater will lose its ability to circulate heat over time.

If your heating system is acting up, call Celco Heating and Air Conditioning. We can meet all of your commercial heating repair needs. Our technicians cover the entire New Haven area.

When Is the Best Time to Schedule Commercial HVAC Maintenance?

Monday, September 15th, 2014

The HVAC system that provides a comfortable environment for your business space needs to have regular maintenance from commercial specialists. Without regular inspections and tune-ups, a commercial system will start to work inefficiently (losing, on average, 5%–10% of its energy efficiency each year), experience an increase in malfunctions that will require repair work, and have a shorter lifespan leading to early replacement. Maintenance is key to protecting the comfort for your business as well as avoiding unnecessary expenses.

Celco Heating and Air Conditioning has provided commercial HVAC maintenance in Stamford, CT for many years. We are familiar with the specific demands of commercial systems, and will give your business’ heating and cooling system the rigorous inspection work necessary to keep it running to the best of its ability.

When you should schedule commercial HVAC maintenance

The recommended scheduling for maintenance check-ups is twice annually, during the “pre-season.” You should have the first maintenance visit during the spring to prepare the HVAC system for air conditioning in the summer. The second maintenance visit should come in the fall, to get the system ready for heating through the winter. Aside from giving the HVAC system plenty of time before the extreme weather hits and giving yourself a buffer for arranging any repair work that may be necessary, these times are ideal because the work calendars for technicians are less crowded. You will have an easier time arranging for the maintenance session during the spring and fall when HVAC professionals are not busy on emergency calls.

However, it is never too late to have an inspection and tune-up for your commercial HVAC system if you have missed the pre-season slot. It is far worse to skip a year than to schedule late-season maintenance. Technicians can always locate any potential issues and help you arrange for the necessary repairs, as well as find ways to reduce the stress on the system. If you are behind on your maintenance visits, call professionals right away to get started again.

When you arrange for commercial HVAC maintenance in Stamford, CT from Celco Heating and Air Conditioning, you’ll receive top-quality service. We offer monthly, quarterly, and annual billing cycles to help you budget your system maintenance.

If you enroll in our commercial HVAC maintenance program, you will also receive a 15% discount on all repairs, 24/7 emergency service, and no overtime charges. Call us today!