TSS serviced and repaired customer’s existing equipment for years. However due to the cost of repair, age and condition of the equipment we recommended replacing the RTU ( Roof Top Air Handling Unit). This upgrade allows the customer to save money on future costly repairs and energy usage. It will also provide better indoor air quality and comfort for tenants.
Strategies To Make Your HVAC Projects Run Smoothly
As a manager of a building or property, you quickly learn the art of mediation. One minute you may be working with a vendor to keep the building’s operating system running efficient and smooth; the next moment you may be calming a tenant down after finding the change in the system disrupted his office’s workflow. Give and take; it’s the only way to make sure every day runs perfectly.
Cold Morning, No Heat? 6 Quick Furnace Checks
Nothing can be more frustrating than coming in from a long weekend, expecting to be greeted by a building that’s toasty warm, only to find you can see your breath on the inside almost as easily as you can outside. No heat; not a pleasant surprise.
4 Most Common Questions A HVAC Maintenance Contractor Hears
With more than 25 years in the HVAC business, and having offices in three major cities in the Pacific Northwest, we get our share of surprising questions about air conditioning and heating. But some questions we hear over and over again by building owners and property managers.
Spring Coil Cleaning HVAC Maintenance
Spring has officially sprung! For your HVAC equipment, this means coil cleaning. During the spring maintenance, your HVAC Technician will pay extra special attention to both condenser and evaporator coils.