Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
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While you should call your local HVAC expert when you experience any heating or cooling issues, it is important to call the right one. Their skills do not always translate across all HVAC types. For example, you might have an expert or handyman that you rely on to fix your residential system. But, just because they may be a genius at keeping your home HVAC running doesn’t mean that they have the skills to maintain your commercial HVAC. This post will go over four key differences between residential and commercial systems so you can know who to call.

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
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Backups and clogs are one of the biggest plumbing problems that can affect any building. The last thing your business or family needs is a bubbling toilet or clogged pipes. This post will go over some simple tips and tricks you can use to prevent backups and clogs.

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
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The temperatures are changing, which means your HVAC and chiller systems will need to be maintained and shut down. Now is the time to think about giving your chiller unit a tune-up because it will not need to work as hard or as often. Many businesses put off tuning-up their chiller units, even during the fall season. But, this is the wrong approach. If your unit experiences a sudden shift in temperature, which is common in the Texas Panhandle, it may not be able to adjust well.

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018
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Ventilation is a crucial and frequently overlooked aspect of a building. Proper ventilation allows you to bring in the fresh outdoor air and flush out stale indoor air. A well-ventilated building improves air quality and lowers the temperatures. But, too much outside air could introduce foreign particles like dust and pollen and could increase humidity, leading to mold and other toxins.

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018
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One of the biggest obstacles to installing a commercial HVAC system in your building is the concern it could slow or stop your operations. This is an understandable misconception. There are some unethical companies out there that will slow work down to try and make more money.

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018
preparing your commercial HVAC system for fall and winter

This summer is one of the hottest on record, especially in the Texas Panhandle, but eventually, the seasons change. As you can probably imagine, the way your commercial HVAC works in the summer is dramatically different from the way it works in the winter. The following will go over how you should spot check your system to ensure that it is ready for cooler temperatures. This can save your company money by providing more efficient operations and preventing maintenance issues.

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018
commercial HVACR inspection

Refrigerant is the unsung hero that keeps your air conditioner pumping out cool air. The only way your commercial HVACR system stays cool is with pure refrigerant. Impurities reduce efficiency and increase maintenance issues. The only way to tell if your HVACR system is running on pure refrigerant is to have a professional perform an analysis. This post will go over refrigerant analysis and how it could benefit your business.

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018
frequently asked questions about commercial HVACR

The summer season may be winding down, but if you’re living in the Texas Panhandle, it’s still hot. If you own a commercial HVAC system, you may be concerned about its status after a hot summer season. The following will go over some of the most frequently asked questions about these systems and how you can improve efficiency.

Wednesday, August 15th, 2018
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No matter how advanced or reliable your refrigeration system is, it will eventually run into problems that could cause shutdowns or unexpected breakdowns. With regular maintenance and inspections, you can ensure that your system runs at its best for as long as possible. However, maintenance can only take you so far. You will need to hire a technician to inspect your system and provide more in-depth services at some point.

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
upgrading your commercial HVAC system

As the Texas Panhandle heats up each summer, your old commercial HVAC unit could be driving up costs. One option is to replace your HVAC system, but many businesses cannot afford to install a new unit. You may also be moving locations and do not want to invest in a new system. There are many scenarios in which replacing your commercial HVAC may not make sense. If you’re in one of these situations, retrofitting, or upgrading, your current system may be a better option to improve efficiency and lower costs.