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7 Unrecognized Signs You Need to Get Your Chillers Checked

Chilling and air conditioning systems are a vital part of any commercial building, but they can also be one of the most costly and complex. With proper maintenance and routine servicing, however, they can last for decades without any major problems – so long as you know what signs to look out for.

In this blog post we’ll take a look at some common signs that your chillers may need attention. We’ll also explain what these issues mean for you as an owner or manager of your facility. So if you’re not sure whether or not it’s time to have them checked out by a professional – keep reading!

You have noticed a significant increase in your energy bills
If you notice a significant increase in your energy bills, it could be due to a number of different things. The first thing you should do is to check the thermostat. You may have accidentally turned it up in a rush and forgotten about it.

If that’s not the case, then there are other possible causes for this change in your bill. One common reason why chillers use more energy than normal is because they aren’t being properly maintained. If maintenance hasn’t been performed on the system recently, then there could be problems with its efficiency or performance level which will cause higher energy usage overall. This problem can be resolved by getting an inspection done on the system regularly so that any issues can be addressed before they become too severe and costly to fix later down the road when repairs need to take place anyway!

Your Systems for HVAC or Refrigeration Have Become Noisy
As the old adage goes, if you don’t hear it, you don’t fix it. However, if your systems for HVAC have become noisy, this doesn’t mean that they’ll automatically break down. There are many causes of noise within a system, and all of them are fairly easy to diagnose and repair with the right equipment and expertise.

Noisy systems can be caused by a number of different factors—some more serious than others. One thing to keep in mind when examining noise levels is that there are both acoustic (vibration) noises as well as airborne (sound) noises on either side of the spectrum. Acoustic vibrations will cause wear on bearings or other moving parts within the machine; these can often be heard even by someone standing outside of your facility’s walls! Airborne sounds created by compressors may be less noticeable at first but can escalate over time until they’re heard throughout an entire building—even through walls!

There Is Water Leaking Around Your Systems
If there is water leaking around a system, it could mean that the system needs servicing. Water leaking can cause damage to both the building and the system itself. In order for a building to remain safe, any type of leakage must be addressed immediately in order to prevent further damage. Here are some signs that you may need to get your chillers checked:

  • There is flooding in multiple locations or an area of your business has experienced flooding from what appears to have been an isolated incident
  • You notice standing water on the floors after having had heavy rainfall recently or you live in an area that gets heavy rains often (i.e., Florida)

The Performance of Your HVAC or Chilling System Has Decreased Significantly
Your HVAC or refrigeration systems are vital to the smooth operation of your facility. If your equipment is not working properly, it can cause major problems for you and your employees. It is important to have regular maintenance checks on your systems, but if you still notice a decrease in performance, it could be time to get them checked out by an HVAC technician.

The main reason for chiller failure is because of improper maintenance. The temperature and pressure gauges should be checked regularly as well as any other warning indicators that might appear on the control panel. If any of these warning indicators start flashing or going off at random times, then this indicates that there’s something wrong with the unit itself (and probably time for some repairs).

Your HVAC or Refrigeration Equipment Needs Regular Repairs
If your HVAC or refrigeration equipment is not working properly, it may be time to get it checked out. Is this system showing signs of wear and tear, such as frequent repairs? If you have had to replace parts on a regular basis, that could be an indication that something bigger is wrong with your unit. Have you been having trouble keeping the temperature in your building at the right level? If so, then this could indicate that there is an issue with your system.

The problem may be that one of the components inside of your unit has failed or underperformed due to age and use over time. In other cases though, it could just be a matter of how well maintained the entire unit has been by its owners over years past (or even within recent months).

Either way though: if it’s costing money for repairs instead of saving money through proper usage – then now would definitely seem like an ideal time for someone who knows what they’re doing when it comes down to maintaining HVAC/R systems.

You Are Experiencing Unexplainable Temperature Differences In Different Parts Of Your Facility.
You are experiencing unexplainable temperature differences in different parts of your facility.
This is a sign that your system is not working properly and it could be causing damage to your equipment and other building materials. It can also lead to discomfort for staff, visitors, tenants or occupants if there are significant temperature differences between areas in the same room or space.

Maintenance of the system is not done regularly and on time.

  • The most common reason for failure of refrigeration systems is lack of maintenance.
  • If you do not maintain your chiller regularly, it will have to be repaired more often. This can result in increased costs and downtime.
  • It is recommended that you get your system checked at least once a year by a qualified technician to avoid any problems in the future. If you manage large facilities, it is recommended that you hire an expert HVAC contractor from District Cooling International who can work on multiple properties at once and offer better pricing as well as faster service times than hiring an individual or amateur company.
  • Failure to maintain your chillers on time will result in hyperthermia (heat stroke), hypothermia (excessive cold) or both if both types of cooling devices fail simultaneously with no safety measures between them such as air conditioning units working properly before turning off any heating systems which may cause sunburns or frostbite depending on how many days pass without proper cooling being provided before turning off all other heat sources

We have the knowledge and experience to help you get the most out of your HVAC or Cooling systems. We can provide maintenance, repair, replacement and installation services for all makes and types of equipment. Our facility maintenance services come in a wide range of services, including: preventative maintenance, planned maintenance program and emergency services. Contact us today to get more information on how we can help keep your facility in prime condition.

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