Preventive Maintenance Programs
Saves your Time & Money
To keep the HVAC equipment in your Industrial facility working properly and reliably, the system needs
regular preventive maintenance. A planned commercial HVAC maintenance agreement
will ensure your heating and cooling system provides efficient indoor comfort
when you need it.
Planned maintenance agreements, sometimes called service contracts, are a convenient way to take
the stres out of remembering to schedule inspections and tune-ups for your HVAC
system. A typical commercial HVAC maintenance agreement will:
Provide the maintenance
and repair service your heating and cooling system needs to continue working
efficiently, effectively and on demand, with the least amount of costly
Reduce the possibility
of expensive breakdowns or malfunctions associated with neglected equipment,
excessive wear and early failure.
Ensure your HVAC
equipment is checked and tuned up on time each season and on a regular
Allow you to avoid any
delays from the rush for maintenance services at the beginning of every heating
and cooling season.
Relieve you of the need
to remember to call for service since your maintenance schedule is tracked and
Preventive maintenance performed as part of a regular commercial
HVAC maintenance plan can significantly reduce energy consumption and problems
associated with HVAC system function. For example, research by leading
manufacturers shows that regular maintenance will:
Reduce overall energy
consumption by 25 to 30 percent
breakdowns by 70 to 75 percent
Reduce system downtime
by 30 to 35 percent
Reduce overall equipment
repair and maintenance costs by up to 20 percent
A planned commercial HVAC maintenance agreement does add costs to
your yearly heating and cooling budget beyond those associated with fuel and
energy. However, service agreements remain a wise investment because of the
convenience, reliability and peace of mind they provide.
Most commercial properties require service technicians who have specialized
knowledge of heating, cooling and ventilation systems. Equipment utilized in
commercial settings differs greatly from that used in residential settings, it’s
often larger and more complicated, involving a multitude of interconnected
equipment and building systems. Therefore, commercial HVAC maintenance
providers should have detailed knowledge of various systems used in commercial
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Participating in commercial HVAC maintenance offers business owners many
benefits, including factors such as:
Convenience – As part of a service agreement, your business has immediate
access to a carefully chosen contractor, able to handle your building’s needs–quickly.
Limited downtime – Many providers perform HVAC service during off-hours, ensuring
that your business runs uninterrupted by the maintenance procedures.
Lower operating costs – With regular maintenance, businesses ensure that small, minor,
less costly problems are dealt with quickly–before they become larger problems
that require significant expense.
Stable costs – When you participate in a commercial HVAC planned service
agreement, your costs are generally fixed, with few surprises in terms of
maintenance and labor costs. With one fixed price, you can limit unexpected
expenses related to lifetime costs of operating HVAC equipment.
Satisfied tenants and employees — Heating and cooling equipment that receive
consistent maintenance perform better, and create a more comfortable building
in which to work or reside. As a result, building owners and businesses that
make maintenance a priority also receive the benefit of satisfied tenants (and
a full building) and employees.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about HVACR Commercial
and Industrial settings.