You are an owner of the building and a businessman. The last thing you want to do is deal with a bad air conditioner and employees that complain because the air is not working right. Let Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning outlines some of the signs of commercial AC repair to help you understand a little more about air conditioning to make everyone you work with happy.
Complaints from Staff & Customers about Uneven Cooling
Are you hearing more and more employees complain about the air? One says it’s too hot and one is too cold. This could be because something is wrong with the A/C. The damper is what helps control how much air is going to one place. If the damper is not balanced it could cause one room to be colder than another.
Increased Employee Sick Days Because of Commercial AC
Have you noticed a high volume of employees calling in sick? The AC itself cannot cause illness in your employees, but if there is bacteria, mold, fungus, or mildew in the vents it can be blowing out of the vents and make your employers sick. If there is mold or mildew in the vents it can also cause a bad odor coming out the vents. The other reason is if A/C in your office is too cold it could allow a cold causing virus to spread. If this is the case make sure you call a professional to come to look at your air conditioning.
Odd Smells & Noises from Air Ducts
If you are hearing a strange noise that is coming from you’re A/C you should call a professional. It can be something as simple as the air ducts expanding with the air, pressure on the compressor or gas build up inside your system.
AC Short Cycling
No one wants to be at work and the room just will not cool off. Work can be stressful enough, don’t let the air conditioning be a part of your stress. When short cycling happens the air does not stay on as long as it should. So your place of work does not go to the temperature that it should and will not cool you off. If you start noticing that you’re A/C isn’t lasting as long, give a professional a call to help you out with your problem.
High Commercial Air Conditioning Bill
If you notice that your bill keeps getting higher and higher, it could be caused by your A/C. If your air conditioning is not working as it should or is having problems that you might not even be aware of, your utility bill could continue to rise.