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The Importance of HVAC Maintenance in Indoor Air Quality

Having your heating, air conditioning, and ventilation system maintained on a regular basis is important for your business, your employees, and yourself. At Cool Air Mechanical in Atlanta, we have seen enough HVAC systems that have missed their regularly scheduled maintenance, and we know what that can do to an office and business. Not only do poorly maintained HVAC systems drain energy and money from the company, they can also hurt the bottom line through illness and reduced productivity from employees who are sick but don’t stay home.

Keeping Healthy

HVAC maintenance should include changing the air filter and cleaning the ducts of the system. Without this maintenance, allergens and pathogens can build up and get into the air. The lungs are more susceptible to incubating a virus or bacteria, and they provide a direct route to the blood stream. With a clean HVAC system, you will prevent illness for your employees and you. Healthy people are more productive.

Keep Informed

Surprises in business are rarely a good thing. HVAC repair can be costly and take time. If your system breaks down, you may be required to shut down while it’s repaired. Proper maintenance not only extends the life of your HVAC system, it can also provide warning for, and prevention of, impending breakdowns. Your HVAC professional can give you a general estimate on how much longer things should run and what may need to have repaired in the short term. That will help you put the costs into your budget.

HVAC in Atlanta is serious business. If your company needs to lower energy bills and ensure productivity, calling someone to look at and clean your HVAC system should be your first move. Once you have cleaner ducts, you’ll be able to take a breath and relax. You will also be able to see the returns roll in on your next energy bill and in the industriousness of your employees.

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