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Commercial Thermostat Services in Santa Fe, NM
A commercial property typically has a more complex control system than a residential system. When technicians set up the controls for your commercial heating and air conditioning systems, they have to program it to work with your zoning system and any commercial indoor air quality systems you may have. A commercial thermostat might be small, but it’s still something that requires a quality technician’s expertise when you need installation or service.
Call Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC for a new commercial thermostat in Santa Fe, NM, or to schedule professional commercial HVAC services. We’ll make sure you get the level of control you want over your property’s heating and cooling system. We provide quality customer service with any visit, so you can count on us to treat your business with respect.
Why Professional Commercial Thermostat Installation Matters
When you’re in the market for a new commercial thermostat, it’s more important than you might expect to call a professional to put it in for you. A primary reason for this is placement. If the thermostat is in the wrong location, it might not be representative of the temperature throughout the entire building. If the thermostat area is too warm, for example, your air conditioner might overcompensate, using a lot of energy with each cycle to attempt to cool the building beyond a comfortable level.
Another reason to call professionals for commercial thermostat installation is the complexity of commercial heating and cooling system controls. Zone control is a big part of this. If you have a zone control system that helps you adjust the temperature in various parts of the building separately from the other rooms, you need thermostats that work for this type of system and professionals who know how to program them.
In addition, commercial HVAC systems may have other components that hook up to the thermostat. An air purifier or dehumidifier might need to be controlled by the thermostat, and your local commercial heating and cooling specialists can see that this happens.
The AC Isn’t Working: Is It the Thermostat?
When a commercial heating and/or cooling system isn’t working, the first thing you might check is the thermostat. In fact, you might try adjusting multiple thermostats on the property, to see if any of them respond. And when the air still does not kick in for one or more rooms in the building, you might assume the thermostats are the problem.
However, this is rarely the case. Think of all of the components that are involved in operating a 25 ton air conditioning system. There’s the refrigerant that cycles throughout the unit, a motorized compressor, fans, coils, and much more. A thermostat will break eventually, but chances are high that some other problem is causing your cooling and heating troubles.
Check to see that no one has accidentally switched the system into fan only mode or changed the temperature in an unusual way. If you still cannot get it to work, call on the help of the friendly commercial specialists at Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC for commercial thermostat, AC, and heating services in Santa Fe, NM.