Commercial HVAC Maintenance for Your Business!
At Hay’s Heating and Air Conditioning, we understand the critical importance of a fully functional HVAC system for your business. Our comprehensive, affordable, and reliable Commercial HVAC Service and Maintenance Contracts are designed to keep your systems running without a hitch.
Why Choose Our Maintenance Services?
- Expert Team: Our skilled technicians provide maintenance and service, offering valuable advice on upgrades when needed.
- Rapid Response: We’re quick to assess and correct problems, ensuring minimal downtime for your business.
- All-Brand Expertise: We expertly repair all major brands and models, ensuring top-notch service regardless of your system.
As a family-run business, our reputation is built on honesty and superior service. Regular HVAC maintenance is not just a service; it’s an investment in your business’s productivity and comfort.
Customized Commercial HVAC Maintenance Contracts
Tailored to your needs, our contracts range from quarterly to monthly checks, ensuring peak efficiency and longevity of your system. Preventive care means fewer expenses down the line.
Serving Key Areas
Proudly offering servicing Durham, Hillsborough, Chapel Hill, NC and surrounding areas!
Comprehensive Commercial HVAC Maintenance Checklist:
- Examine the heat exchanger for any signs of cracks or soot accumulation.
- Optimize the burner flame for maximum efficiency.
- Conduct a thorough cleaning of burners.
- Evaluate fan control mechanisms and their operational limits.
- Perform lubrication and inspection of the blower motor.
- Test and calibrate the thermostat to ensure precise temperature control.
- Secure all electrical connections after a detailed inspection.
- Assess electric heat coils for proper functioning.
- Verify and adjust Freon pressure levels as needed.
- Inspect the pilot assembly and the condition of the flame sensor rod.
Air Conditioning System:
- Monitor and adjust Freon pressure for optimal performance.
- Ensure all electrical connections are clean and secure.
- Clear the condensation drain and inspect for blockages.
- Test and adjust the thermostat for accurate cooling.
- Where necessary, adjust the fan belt for proper tension.
- Measure voltage and amperage to the condensing unit to ensure proper power supply.
- Conduct capacitor testing for efficiency.
- Lubricate motors and other moving parts to reduce wear.
- Compare temperature differentials to assess system performance.