Every day, your commercial operation relies on the commercial refrigeration equipment you have in place to protect the quality of foods you offer customers. Therefore, this cooling equipment must be properly serviced and maintained. Amidst the general commotion and stress that can come along with running a food-related business, neglecting small issues with your refrigerators, freezers, and coolers can be an easy thing to do. However, if you ever do notice even a small issue with refrigeration units, you should seek commercial refrigerator repairs right away.
In many homes, the air conditioning system is part of a more extensive system called the HVAC (heating, cooling, and ventilation) system and includes heating and cooling. In other cases, the air conditioning system is separate, but both systems require regular maintenance to ensure they are running correctly and will run correctly through the summer.
In the spring, your cooling system should be inspected by a residential AC tech to ensure that the system is in good working order and ready to use.
Does your air conditioner need regular refrigerant recharges? What do you do if it stops cooling? Here's what you should know.
What Is Refrigerant?
Refrigerant is a type of gas that runs through your air conditioner to help it get cold. Refrigerant runs into the inside unit of your air conditioner, pulls in heat out of the air that your air conditioner just pulled out of your home, and then carries that heat to the outside unit of your air conditioner where the heat gets expelled outside.