Your refrigeration and air conditioning equipment represents one of the largest capital outlays and ongoing costs. It is also vital to your business. But air conditioning servicing is one of the most overlooked areas. A condenser blocked with dust, grease or rubbish will use up to 50% more electricity just to maintain a cool temperature.
Turning the temperature to maximum on the thermostat will just mean that the unit will not reach an even lower temperature. A constantly running compressor that is starved of air is doomed to fail, leading to a repair bill of several hundred pounds at the minimum and a much higher electricity bill which means that it pays to service your air conditioning equipment
Duchy Eco Heating is offering a free, no obligation site survey for your air conditioning equipment servicing. We will come out to your premises, list all your equipment and provide you with a full, transparent and concise appraisal of its condition. In plain English, no technical jargon
Having your equipment cleaned, inspected and checked regularly is as important as changing the oil in your car.
Benefits Of Routine Maintenance Air Conditioning Agreements
Routine maintenance of your equipment will lead to lower electricity bills, your equipment will run
more efficiently using less power in the process.
Peace of Mind:
Routine maintenance will mean fewer failures,longer unit life, and in the case of your air con, cleaner indoor air with less chance of any airborne bugs and other nasties.
We maintain full records of your equipment, enabling us to build a complete service history for you and your equipment.
That is why we believe that whether you have a coffee bar in Lands End or a 30 bedroom hotel in Bude you and your business deserve the same class of service. We hope this demonstrates that by regular air conditioning servicing you will save money and have peace of mind that your equipment will be reliable throughout the year
Air conditioning servicing tips can be downloaded here
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Repairs
Air conditioning units above 12kw require a Maintenance Agreement to be in place, ensuring correct upkeep to avoid the danger of refrigerant being leaked to the atmosphere to comply with current F Gas regulations. We would be happy to discuss on-going management of your system, simply contact us today
Regulations laid out by F Gas Legislation stipulate that in the UK all refrigeration service and maintenance engineers involved in the installation, commissioning, service, maintenance and leak testing of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment containing refrigerants covered by the F Gas Regulations need to hold an updated F Gas qualification. All Engineers hold current F Gas qualifications as well as their predecessor City and Guilds qualifications.