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Three Handy Tips to Prep Your Restaurant for Summer
19 Jul
By: Climate Control
Technician changing an air filter

Acquiring the necessary commercial services is critical for a restaurant to provide an enjoyable dining experience. If the air conditioner does not work properly, it can mean misery for customers and staff. And even if the air conditioner is working, if it's not running as efficiently as it should, it can mean a lot of wasted money. Here are three tips to help make sure a restaurant's HVAC system is in ideal shape for the summer:

Tip #1: Consult with an HVAC Professional

It would be quite a rare sight to come across a restaurant owner who is also an HVAC expert. So chances are good that you'll need to hire an HVAC technician to make any repairs or inspect your restaurant's HVAC system. This inspection can identify problems you may not notice on your own. An inspection is an integral part of an HVAC maintenance visit.

Tip #2: Conduct a Maintenance Visit for your HVAC system

One of the most useful commercial services offered is an HVAC maintenance visit. During this visit, the HVAC technician will check wiring and filters and lubricate any necessary moving parts. This preventative maintenance will help avoid unexpected air conditioner failures during the summer.

The maintenance visit also assesses the efficiency of the air conditioning system. Even though it's working, it may not be working very efficiently, such as when the refrigerant is low, or an air filter is severely clogged.

Tip #3: Upgrade Your HVAC System

In the summer, especially in hot climates, a restaurant's air conditioning use can constitute a significant portion of overhead expenses. If the current HVAC system is old and inefficient, not only will it be less reliable than a brand new HVAC unit, but it will also be much more expensive to run.

One way to prep a restaurant for the summer season is to upgrade the existing HVAC system. It's a significant expense, but you should quickly notice the difference in lower energy bills and improved cooling performance.

Contact the HVAC experts at Climate Control to learn more about the commercial services we offer. We can help prepare your restaurant for one of its busiest seasons of the year.

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