Our preventive maintenance programs are customer-focused and designed specifically for your facility in order to protect and extend the life of HVAC/R capital investments. We schedule the unique service requirements for your facility based on manufacturers’ recommendations, equipment application, run time, age – and more than 70 years of experience in the field.
Conducting a facility HVAC asset assessment is a crucial first step, allowing you to keep track of every HVAC asset across the locations you manage. Our assessment includes a complete high-level run-through of your HVAC equipment for each location. We log pertinent information for each piece of equipment.
Our service technicians consistently update and monitor the service and work order-related portions of the assessment list for each asset. This “asset database” will become a heavily used resource in your toolbox, and the data it houses will help serve as a baseline for your customized commercial HVAC preventative maintenance program.
All facilities have their own specific requirements, so we work with you to understand exactly how you operate and what your goals are. We create custom lists that vary by season and your business needs. The task list is the heart of your maintenance plan, and we ensure that it is detailed and comprehensive.
Our service contracts are straightforward and easy to understand. They include a complete list of covered equipment items, specific task lists for preventative maintenance, what you can expect after inspections, and detailed descriptions of included parts and labor. We also note what is not included in a basic service contract, such as repairs or other charges. We make it clear what you are paying for.
Preventative maintenance extends the life of HVAC/R systems, postponing costly replacements and adding years to your capital investment. Regular “tune-ups” also help keep your heating and cooling equipment running at peak efficiency, lowering utility bills and reducing environmental impact.
Contact us to find out how maintenance plans can help protect your facility in the future.