Get a Commercial HVAC Inspection Before You Buy

Your business is growing, and you’re sick of dealing with building managers. You’ve decided to buy a commercial space that gives you full control over the property. You’ve considered the mortgage and are ready to sign the lease, but have you had a professional come out to look at the HVAC unit? A commercial HVAC inspection can give you peace of mind before you sign the papers.

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Is an Inspection Important?

When you’re buying a commercial property, there are a lot of hoops to jump through. Once you find the perfect building, you need to make sure it’s up to date with local zoning laws and building codes, and find tenants to occupy it. Why would you add one more thing to your to-do list? A commercial HVAC inspection is a crucial part of the buying process — especially in Florida. You need to make sure that the equipment is functioning and can handle the Florida heat. Additionally, a commercial HVAC inspection lets you know if any equipment is malfunctioning, an important detail when negotiating price. A commercial HVAC inspection saves you the possibility of a hefty bill when your building is up and running.

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Inspection Process

When inspecting a commercial property’s HVAC system, the inspection process is fairly straightforward. Three things are being examined: the unit size, the unit’s age, and the ductwork.

  • Unit Size: The unit needs to be an appropriate size for the building. For example, a unit that is too small will constantly run in an attempt to cool down the building, which can be an expensive electric bill. 
  • Age: An older unit simply cannot run efficiently. Having an inspection performed can give you an accurate estimate of the unit’s age. This lets you know how many years you have until it will need to be replaced.


  • Ductwork: Poorly placed ductwork can mean your building runs too hot or too cold. A commercial HVAC inspection can make sure the ductwork is the proper size for the building, installed properly, and that all of it is sealed and insulated. 

Your building’s temperature determines its comfort. By having a commercial HVAC inspection performed, you can save time, money, and any potential headaches. All Temp, experts in air conditioning repair Kissimmee, can make sure that your potential property’s unit is running efficiently. Just give us a call at (813) 630-9400 to speak with a professional.

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