COMMERCIAL HVAC SERVICES
Ensuring your business property is comfortable for guests and employees can be hard work. It is especially important to make sure that any HVAC system at the locale is always working appropriately. At Duct Professor Heating & Cooling, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide prompt and effective support, whether you need an installation or maintenance. For any form of Northbrook commercial HVAC services, rapid action will allow our team to take care of the issue as quickly as possible. Be proactive in contacting our specialists now at (847) 744-8099 to help prevent costly replacements or repairs.
The most common scenarios where your system might produce foul smells would include situations where:
- There are dirty air vents or filters – If the filters and vents of a gas furnace become clogged, this will begin to cause a major issue for the rest of the system. As mildew and mold develop from the buildup, these growths will smell musty and unpleasant.
- The electrical wires are worn or cut – The odor of burning metal is a clear indication that something is wrong with the heater. Sometimes this is caused by wear and tear over several years, but it may also be from the system being incorrectly installed. If rodents have chewed the wires or they have been accidentally cut, these components must be fixed immediately.
- Debris is caught in the furnace or air conditioner – When a foreign object has fallen into an HVAC system, even if it is as small as a leaf, it may begin to smoke or burn. Speak to an experienced tech about removing it quickly.
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When any staff member, employee, or customer notices a foul odor permeating the air of your business property, speak to a knowledgeable tech right away. While these odors could be something as simple as a dirty air filter, it could also indicate a bigger issue within your system. Fixing a malfunctioning HVAC system is the best way to keep up the reputation of a business and keep all patrons happy.