Being responsible for the HVAC of an apartment building is a demanding job where you’re not only maintaining the building itself but you’re also responsible for the comfort, health and safety of multiple families. A HVAC maintenance agreement with a quality commercial HVAC contractor is essential – here’s why.

  • Preventative maintenance:
    As a building operations manager or facilities manager, the last thing you want is for your HVAC system to fail or develop problems. Residents calling non-stop about inexplicable warm and cold spots, lack of temperature control, strange smells or system breakdowns can turn your day upside down. A maintenance contract ensures that your system is regularly checked and serviced every year, that worn parts and filters are replaced, and that small issues are dealt with before they cause big problems. This drastically reduces the risk of a major performance issue with your system as well as ensuring that minor repairs don’t turn into costly repairs, both of which are good for business.
  • 24/7 emergency services:
    While preventative maintenance is the most important thing you can do to prevent system downtime, emergencies can still happen – and when they do, you’ll want someone there as quickly as possible who knows the system and knows what they’re doing. Having a contract with your commercial HAVC contractor means that they’ll be onsite as soon as possible, any time of day or night, any time of the year, to repair your issue and get the system back up and running.
  • Greater efficiency:
    Energy efficiency is a priority for most building and facilities managers as it effectively reduces costs and often leads to better services for residents. For example, zoned heating and cooling not only provides a customized temperature to each part of your building, it also means that heating and cooling is fully programmable so residents can turn it off while they’re at work or away on holiday and have it turned back on automatically before they arrive back. Without regular maintenance, a commercial ventilation system will lose up to 5% efficiency each year.
  • Longer system lifespan:
    Without regular professional maintenance, commercial HVAC systems will need repairs more often, eventually resulting in a full system failure. Commercial ventilation systems work incredibly hard through the year and issues like clogged filters and worn parts directly impact the efficiency and lifespan of the equipment. By keeping everything clean and serviced, you can add years of service onto your equipment.

Commercial HVAC Systems Maintenance from Qualified NJ HVAC Contractors

Founded in 1988, Tri-Tech Energy has grown into a leading commercial HVAC company in NJ with a loyal client base. We serve the entire NJ area, and work with new building projects as well as retrofits, we are able to customize ductwork and ventilation systems to your building’s exact needs. In addition to our HVAC system design and installation services, our commercial HVAC contractors also offer long-term maintenance and repair services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to keep your system running smoothly. For more information on our company or commercial HVAC systems services, please contact us today or visit our website at