After months of being closed, things are starting to open up and return back to normal. Now is the time to schedule an HVAC tune-up for the summer to make sure your business is ready to open!
Why Should I Schedule Preventative Maintenance?
You may not have an issue with your HVAC right now, but if it has not been in use for some time due to the pandemic, you should get it checked out. Plus, temperatures are rising and you never want to deal with HVAC issues during the hottest part of the year. Preventative maintenance can catch an issue before it gets out of hand.
When opening up your business again, you want to welcome guests safely and comfortably. Make sure your HVAC is working properly so that your customers AND workers can enjoy your
business while being comfortable.
How to Schedule Preventive Maintenance
Luckily, HVAC technicians were deemed essential during the pandemic, so you will be able to find a reliable company in your area to schedule a preventative maintenance visit.
Keep in mind that they are in high demand since everyone is opening back up at the same time, not to mention it is prime time for HVAC work. Take this into consideration when scheduling. Don’t put it off, but be patient that you might have to wait a little longer than you wanted due to the demand.
The Preventative Maintenance Visit
When it comes time for your preventative maintenance appointment, help your technician make the transition smooth and efficient.
You can help by making sure they have access to the permitted areas in the building and always notify any technicians of any restrictions due to Covid-19. And to take things a step further, make sure you are in good standing with the company. This means you don’t have an outstanding balance. We are all going through a difficult time and this is a way of doing your part.
Working with Rainforest Plumbing and Air
If you need to schedule preventive maintenance for your HVAC in Scottsdale, Rainforest Plumbing and Air is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are taking all the necessary precautions to keep their customers and employees safe.
Rainforest Plumbing and Air understand that your business needs to be open and ready. Their team of experienced technicians will be there to help with preventative and reactive maintenance.
For ensuring health and safety of all the occupants, including home and business, it is recommended to consult to a professional HVAC engineering firm. This will not only promote improved indoor air quality, but also cut down your energy bills.