Posts Tagged ‘maintenance’

The Importance of High Efficiency Boiler Maintenance

Even new high efficiency boilers need maintenance. Many would think that if you have brand new equipment that you have a few years to wait until maintenance is required. Unfortunately, that is not the case, especially with high efficiency boilers. Here is an example: Last winter we received a call for service due to no…

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Consequences of Ignoring HVAC Maintenance

Castle Rock Condominiums Roof Top Change Out

It is easy to ignore RTU’s when you can’t see them, especially if they aren’t making any noise, leaking or producing foul smells. But out of sight should not mean out of mind. RTU’s need regular system maintenance to function at peak efficiency. The roof exposes your unit to extreme weather. It is colder and/or…

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Service Contracts & Summer Emergencies

When the heat of the summer is at full blast remember that service contract customers receive priority service over customers with no contract. If you do not have a service contract you will be added to a list and we will get to you as soon as possible. We would also like to remind you…

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Heating Emergency at American Steakhouse

When American Steakhouse in Norwalk had a rooftop unit heater malfunction. They had a dining room full of customers that was getting colder by the minute. They called Controlled Air for help. Our technicians found the unit non-repairable. We located a stock unit and had the heat back in a timely manner so they did…

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Service and Maintenance

Service contracts and preventative maintenance are very beneficial to your equipment and your piece of mind. The equipment that is covered under the contract will be kept cleaned and maintained to run at optimum efficiency. What is important to note is what equipment is covered under your specific contract and what equipment is not. You…

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Remember to Change Your Air Filters

Remember to Change Your Air Filters Air filters within your heating and air conditioning system are easy to forget; you don’t see them, and there are no warnings when they are dirty, but they are important for the life of your equipment and the comfort of employees. Filters that are not changed regularly enough will…

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Winter/Fall Maintenance

It is time once again for fall and winter maintenance to begin. The benefits of completing regular maintenance are: avoiding failure and downtime, continued employee comfort, as well as preventing shutdown of critical equipment. The Fall & Winter Maintenance check includes: Inspection and adjustment of equipment for proper operation; replacement of weak or failing components;…

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