Commercial Building Maintenance

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 22, 2009 -- Heating Ventilating and Air conditioning (HVAC) systems are no different when it comes to maintenance, which is forgotten until it is not keeping your environment as comfortable as it should.

In to-days market more and more companies are looking for solutions for long term financial savings and to this end are outsourcing their air conditioning maintenance and repairs, which makes a sound and effective management strategy, encompassing the mindset that prevention is better than cure.

By entering into a planned maintenance agreement with a reliable air conditioning company can optimize performance, prevent breakdowns, and ensures safe operation. A well maintained modern air conditioning system not only uses energy much more efficiently, but can make a saving financial and more importantly reduces carbon emissions.

New legislation brought in under The Kyoto Protocol is enforcing the removal and replacement of the refrigerant R22 which is the most commonly used refrigerant and is in use in many many air conditioning systems around the UK. and any company that sustains a requirement for R22 refrigeration needs to be seriously looking to replace.

From 1st January 2010 it will be illegal to use virgin HCFCs such as R22 when servicing and maintaining air conditioning equipment. If your air conditioning system is over six years old you need to be taking advice form the professionals.

A company that relies on the R22 refrigeration system for the daily running of premises, will encounter pressure when undergoing the change to ensure that the 2015 deadline for completion is accomplished.

The successful management of the removal of the R22 refrigerant and installation of a replacement system, needs to be reviewed, it may be possible to replace the refrigerants, but could prove more cost effective to upgrade or replace an older system completely.

In view of the deadline concerning the legalities of replacement of the R22 refrigerant and the need to review old systems, it is imperative that a planned maintenance agreement should be in place to deal with the ever changing industry of Air conditioning systems. Any planned maintenance contract will ensure the consumer a responsive maintenance facility 24 hours a day 7 days a week to handle emergency maintenance, repair, or replacement of their HVAC equipment and systems.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 22, 2009 at 6:57 am
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