During the wintertime, extreme colds can easily drop below freezing in Kansas. This makes it a necessity to have heating inside of a building, especially for commercial properties. As a business, office building, apartment complex, or any other commercial establishment, it is important to maintain a professional and comfortable environment for customers and employees alike. However, if your HVAC system experiences an issue, your commercial space could be left in the cold. Frigid air in a commercial building could drive customers away and decrease employee productivity, among other issues. Don’t let your business suffer — contact Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning, for reliable and timely commercial heating repairs. We strive to provide the highest quality services in a timely manner because we know how important it is to have heat in your business.

Common Commercial HVAC Issues

A lack of professional maintenance is one of the biggest causes of common commercial heating system issues. The filter in your furnace should be replaced monthly. Filters used for too long can accumulate dirt, debris, pollutants, pollen, and other allergens, which restrict the airflow and make the unit work harder. Also, because commercial units typically require higher-use than many residential systems, regular use of a commercial furnace causes wear and tear on its mechanical parts. No matter the problem, our technicians are highly skilled and experienced to assist with any in furnace repair issue that your heating unit may develop. They will inspect the unit, determine the cause of the issue, and promptly repair the problem, so you’re never left in the cold.Some of the most common commercial heater issues for gas furnaces, electric heat pumps, or electric HVAC systems include the following.

  • A malfunctioning thermostat
  • Frequent cycling between “on” and “off”
  • The unit won’t turn on
  • The burners are lit but the blower won’t turn on
  • The burner won’t stay lit
  • The outdoor fan is not working
  • There is low refrigerant in the system
  • The outdoor unit is blocked or frozen
  • The heat pump or HVAC system isn’t producing sufficient heat

Heater Warning Signs

Some complications with your heater are best left to the professionals to repair. Repairing complex machinery — such as an HVAC system — requires expert knowledge of every system component. Attempting to do it yourself could result in injury or irreparable damage to your system. If your heater emits a burning smell, you notice sparks coming from the system, or the unit makes strange noises, contact our HVAC repair company right away, as these issues might indicate a hazardous system issue.

The Importance Of Hiring HVAC Professionals

It is imperative that you seek a professional to perform repairs if your HVAC system, heat pump, or furnace experiences an issue. Heating units are complex and expensive pieces of machinery. Any issue, no matter how small, should be corrected immediately or you could risk more extensive damage. Heating systems require every part of the mechanism to be working at optimal performance or the efficiency of the system could be affected. If the damage is severe enough, it could even be irreparable and require the replacement of your heating system. Having heat pump or HVAC maintenance performed on your system can help catch complications early on before they have time to develop into serious issues. Contact us to learn more about other cost-saving benefits of planned maintenance or to schedule commercial heating repairs.