If you own a business in the Las Vegas, NV, area, you know how important it is to keep your HVAC system in peak condition. A malfunctioning or temperamental HVAC system could keep customers away, affect employee performance, and ruin inventory. Signing up for commercial HVAC maintenance is one way to get the most from your heating and cooling units, so everyone enjoys year-round comfort.

Benefits of Commercial HVAC Maintenance

The weather in Las Vegas can take a toll on your HVAC system, especially during summer. The demand on the units increases wear and tear. When you sign up for commercial HVAC maintenance with Johnny On The Spot, our service specialists will thoroughly examine your AC to look for damage. We will also clean all parts since debris can affect the components. Without regular maintenance, you could notice:

  • Excess dust or debris on surfaces throughout your building
  • Difficult maintaining desired temperatures
  • Foul odors coming from the vents

Lack of regular HVAC maintenance can contribute to “sick building syndrome.” Poor indoor air quality can make employees ill and increase requests for sick days. When employees are at work, if you’re unable to maintain ideal air quality and temperatures, productivity declines as employees might feel lethargic and experience symptoms like headaches and fatigue.

We’ll Help You Manage Your Bottomline

Schedule a tuneup in fall for your furnace and in spring for your AC. When you enroll in “The Johnny’s Touch” maintenance program, you won’t have to worry about indoor comfort. You’ll also enjoy perks like free diagnostics and discounts on repairs. Your employees and customers will appreciate fresh, clean air and a comfortable environment.

Keeping maintenance appointments could help you avoid the expense of an early system replacement. To learn more about our commercial HVAC maintenance program or to schedule an appointment for a tuneup, call Johnny On the Spot today at(702) 425-2348. Our service specialists have the experience and know-how to handle any system.

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