Magnolia Commercial Plumbing Heating Cooling Blog : Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Commercial HVAC Maintenance: Why It’s Important

Monday, December 10th, 2018

calendar-scheduling-bookResidential heating and air conditioning contractors always stress with their customers the importance of arranging for a visit from a technician to inspect and tune-up their AC and heater during the year. The tune-ups occur for the AC in spring and the heater in fall. But what goes for residential goes doubly important for commercial buildings, and the frequency of maintenance may be more as well.

Handling maintenance is one of the essential services we offer to our commercial clients. We have almost 70 years of history and we’ve seen first hand the benefits, as well as the necessities, of commercial HVAC maintenance. Here’s why you can’t afford to skip routine inspections and tune-ups for the equipment handling environmental controls in your commercial building.

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Preparing Your Commercial Building for the Heating Season

Monday, October 1st, 2018

Gas-BurnerIt’s that time again, folks. Time to prepare your building for the onset of the heating season. There’s still a little bit of time before the daily temperatures really start to drop, but not much. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to preparing your building for the heating season, start by reviewing the tips below. It’s not a comprehensive list, but it’ll make sure that you’re on your way to getting your building completely ready for the heating season.

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What Can Happen if Your Heating System is Improperly Sized

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Commercial-BoilerThere are a lot of things you need to consider when installing a new commercial heating system in your building. Things like fuel type, distribution method and, of course, cost are all big attention-grabbers. One thing you should pay special attention to, though, is the size of the unit. We don’t mean the physical size, although that is important too. What we mean is the amount of air that the system can distribute in the course of one cycle. If the system is properly sized for your building, then you have nothing to worry about. If it is improperly sized, well…. Read on to find out.

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How to Keep Your Commercial Heating System in Good Shape

Monday, December 25th, 2017

gas-furnaceWinter puts a lot of strain on heating systems of all kinds, including commercial ones. While commercial heating systems are built to withstand a lot of strain, they are not invincible. You are liable to run into a number of different problems during the winter if you don’t take certain steps to keep your commercial heating system in good shape. Fortunately for you, we’ve outlined a couple of the most impactful tips below.

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How an Improperly Sized Heater can Cost You

Monday, November 7th, 2016

“Bigger is better” has become a standard mantra for many parts of American industry. It’s so engrained in the culture, in fact, it’s managed to cause problems for commercial property owners who install the wrong size of heater. When installing a commercial HVAC system, you absolutely have to make sure that it is properly sized for the building you want conditioned. Otherwise, you’re setting yourself up for a whole lot of problems later on.

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Now is the Time to Schedule Heating Maintenance

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

The weather is going to start cooling off pretty soon, and commercial properties are going to start warming up their heating systems to maintain a comfortable indoor climate. Stress on those systems is going to increase exponentially, which means problems are going to start cropping up as a result of the added wear and tear. Before the average temperature from day-to-day drops too low, you need to make sure that you schedule heating maintenance for your building. Read on to find out more about the benefits of heating maintenance.

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