Servicing Tweed Heads to Sunshine Coast
Our professionals frequently work with local mechanics, restaurant and hotel owners, as well as other commercial premises – ensuring all services comply with Australian Standards. This means making sure every service is directly undertaken or supervised by a member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), an Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) and a Ventilation Systems Mould Remediator (VSMR).
At EHS, we provide a range of solutions to ensure that your air conditioner is in full working order. Our team of specialists are dedicated to maintaining commercial air conditioners to ensure that they are working optimally. We are a fully trained and qualified team of air conditioner specialists and can help with all types of HVAC systems.
We go into every job with a keen eye for detail so that we can competently address any concerns or issues across the whole HVAC system. That way, if there are any issues, we can detect them before they develop into something worse. We work competently and efficiently, leaving no mess and doing our utmost to minimise workplace disruption.
At EHS, we believe that regular maintenance and cleaning of your HVAC system is crucial to ensuring optimal performance and a long life span of the unit. Our cleaning services can help in a number of ways, including:
At EHS, we work across the entire system, which includes checking air filters, assessing refrigerant levels and inspecting cooling coils and drip trays. We can provide diagnostic checkups on the system to ensure that everything is working optimally and as intended.
Regular cleaning and maintenance of your system are vital if you want to keep your air conditioner running smoothly. It can also help you avoid costly repair fees in the event of a breakdown because we can detect the problem before it gets worse.
We take pride in meeting our customers’ expectations at EHS, so our work is always completed to the highest standards. We use the latest tools of the trade and industry techniques to perform maintenance and cleaning on all aspects of your HVAC system to keep it in good working order.
We have an excellent reputation in the industry as a hard-working, diligent team of specialists – and that is exactly what you get when you work with us. We aim to develop lasting relationships with our clients, so we ensure every job exceeds expectations.
You can schedule air conditioner cleaning at any time of the year, but the autumn and winter months are a good time because you can remove a lot of accumulated dust, mould and bacteria from the summer period. It’s a bad idea to start running the heater if your air conditioner is dirty as it can spread mould, pathogens and other nasty airborne particles.
You can also opt to clean your air conditioner during the spring and summer months if you haven’t had a chance to schedule a clean before then.
Keeping your air conditioner maintained and cleaned regularly is important because it mitigates the risk of bacteria, mould and airborne pathogens accumulating in the system. HVAC systems also work to lower humidity levels and purify the air by filtering out particulate matter.
All of that functionality requires maintenance, though, so you should try to schedule a cleaning at least once every 6 months for commercial spaces. Filters should be cleaned around every three months if you want to ensure a long-lasting system. For domestic units, we advise cleaning once a year.
There are a number of symptoms that signify your HVAC system isn’t performing optimally and could benefit from a cleaning. If you’ve noticed that your energy bill has increased out of the blue, it might be because the system needs to be cleaned. These units are less efficient when they are dirty, so it’s usually a sign that cleaning is in order if your energy bills are going up.
Another possible sign is poor airflow from the unit. If the airflow isn’t very powerful then it’s a sign that dust and dirt are slowing the fan down. Without proper air circulation, it takes more time and energy to adjust the temperature of a room.
If you’ve noticed your allergies flaring up, then it could also be a sign that the unit isn’t purifying the air. This is particularly problematic if you have bad allergies or asthma.
Houseplants tend to be quite temperamental when it comes to changes in air temperature and humidity, so it’s a good idea to keep them away from air conditioner units. If you can, place your plants away from any direct drafts to stop the fluctuations in temperature which can shock the plant.
It’s also a bad idea to block airflow from the air conditioner, so make sure that you have at least a metre of space between the unit and any obstructions. That way, your plants will thrive and your air conditioner will work as intended.
There are a few things that you can do to ensure your air conditioner runs optimally for as long as possible. The first thing is to schedule cleaning and maintenance on the unit regularly to check for faults and keep all components in good working order. You should also ensure that the unit is free from any obstructions. Finally, only use the air conditioner when you need to. Running it constantly degrades the components and shortens the lifespan of the unit.