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Spring is in the air. That means it’s time to get a tune-up for your commercial air conditioner. Regular maintenance is essential to keeping your air conditioner running smoothly and efficiently during the hot, humid months when you need it the most. Let’s look at three benefits you will receive when you have the commercial AC system in your Mebane, North Carolina, business maintained.

Keep Customers and Employees Comfortable

Employee productivity tends to decline when the temperature of the building is uncomfortable. If your air conditioner’s filters become clogged, the ducts are dirty, or the motor is straining to deliver cool air into the building, your employees will feel hot and irritated. Customers will linger longer in your establishment when the temperature is just right. By maintaining your AC this spring, you can help to ensure that your employees and customers will be comfortable.

Avoid Expensive Emergency Repairs

You certainly don’t want your air conditioner breaking down or malfunctioning during peak business hours, as this can result in loss of revenue. With regular maintenance, our knowledgeable technicians can spot any issues and fix them before they become bigger problems. Not only are emergency repairs expensive but they are also inconvenient. When you invest in a maintenance agreement with us, you can rest assured that your AC system is maintained in a timely manner.

Extend the Lifespan of Your System

Your commercial AC system is a huge investment that you want to have running in top condition for years. If your system is not maintained, it will have to work harder to perform. Eventually, its parts will begin to fail. It’s less expensive to invest in maintenance than to pay for frequent repairs. Regular maintenance will help to extend the life of your valuable AC system.

Call our team of experts at A&E Heating and Air Conditioning today to schedule maintenance for your commercial air conditioner’s system. You can reach us at 919-229-8607.

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