Air Conditioning Maintenance

The Importance of Air Conditioning Maintenance

Now that the summer months are in full swing, the majority of us are already enjoying lighter, brighter and, let’s face it, better days!

When it comes to keeping the spaces that you spend the most time in cool and comfortable, Air Conditioning is becoming increasingly popular in both commercial and residential spaces.

But to ensure that your AC unit always performs to optimum standard when you need it the most, it’s important that you maintain and service your air conditioning system.

After all, failure to keep on top of maintenance can lead to breakdowns, unnecessary replacements and increased costs.

Here’s just some of the reasons why air conditioning maintenance is so important…

Reduce electricity bills

Keeping on top of your AC maintenance will not only allow you to ensure that your system is always running to its maximum capacity, but it will also allow you to optimise efficiency, and therefore reduce your electricity bills.

Identify potential problems early

Temperatures regularly hit 30 degrees or more during the summer months, especially in London! So, the last thing you need is your AC unit breaking down on you when you are trying to escape the stifling heat.

One of the main advantages of investing in an air conditioning unit maintenance plan is that potential problems can be identified and rectified under the maintenance agreement early!

Fit for purpose

An air conditioning maintenance plan will also ensure that your AC unit is clean, efficient and fit for purpose in both commercial and domestic environments including listed buildings, conservation areas, loft conversions, retail and restaurant spaces.

There is a wide range of air conditioning units available that can be tailored to meet the needs of your property. These include everything from wall-mounted air conditioning, ceiling cassette units and ducted air conditioning through to water-cooled internal condenser air conditioning systems and through the wall air conditioning.