HVAC Preventative Maintenance Company in Charleston, West Virginia

Preventative Maintenance Reduces Energy Costs

Casto Technical Services, Inc. is an HVAC company located in the heart of Charleston, West Virginia. As a local company, Casto Tech loves serving the Mountain State and enjoys branching out to other states, including Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania, as well.

An ounce of prevention can prevent a pound of cure!  ~ Benjamin Franklin

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Preventative Maintenance

When it comes to HVAC preventative maintenance, nothing will help your business maintain occupant comfort, minimize repairs, and increase the life of your equipment than hiring a qualified heating and cooling company. Casto Tech offers regular preventative maintenance programs to satisfy warranty compliance and as a proactive strategy to eliminate repairs. We also offer full maintenance programs to aid our clients’ budgets for the inevitable costs of owning, operating, and maintaining their HVAC systems.

According to the New Buildings Institute, best practices in building maintenance and operations reduce energy use 10 to 20 percent across all climate zones in the United States.

A study by the Building Efficiency Initiative found that “poor maintenance practices can increase energy use by 30 to 60 percent.” The study included HVAC systems setpoints and schedules, economizer operation, ventilation controls, and settings, and HVAC system efficiency and fan power.

Standard Maintenance Includes:

Oil Sample

Clean Coils

Clean Strainer

Change Filters

Brushing Tubes

Changing Belts

Combustion Analysis

Checking Electrical Connections

Reducing long-term repairs and costs for your HVAC equipment is of utmost importance for your business. Contact us today to schedule your HVAC preventative maintenance appointment.

According to the New Buildings Institute, best practices in building maintenance and operations reduce energy use 10 to 20 percent across all climate zones in the United States.

A study by the building efficiency initiative found “poor maintenance practices can increase energy use by 30 to 60 percent”.  The study included HVAC systems setpoints and schedules, economizer operation, ventilation controls and settings, and HVAC system efficiency and fan power (these last two variables were included as surrogates for adequate maintenance and balancing of the HVAC system).  (http://www.buildingefficiencyinitiative.org)

Standard Maintenance includes:

Change Filters

Clean Coils

Brushing Tubes

Changing Belts

Checking Electrical Connections

Combustion Analysis

Oil Sample

Clean Strainer