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Maintenance

Predictable Comfort Achieved Through Smart Planning

Providing valuable solutions for optimal system efficiencies and reliability, many building owners and facility managers trust us to regularly maintain their HVAC equipment.

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Benefits of routine maintenance:

  • HVAC maintenance planning helps you save on expenses by achieving the best possible energy efficiency, increased system longevity, and a decreased chance for surprise equipment replacement costs.
  • With consistent and reliable air quality, customers inside your office, facility or store will be comfortable—which will improve their experience in doing business with you.
  • Healthy air quality contributes to healthy, comfortable and productive staff members, and makes for fewer illnesses and complaints.
  • Discounts on replacement parts and equipment, no over time charges for trouble calls, and guaranteed quick response times for trouble calls are included with a commercial maintenance plan.
  • Other specific or regulatory HVAC requirements can be met with a customized plan for any facility.

Maintenance

Predictable Comfort Achieved Through Smart Planning

Providing valuable solutions for optimal system efficiencies and reliability, many building owners and facility managers trust us to regularly maintain their HVAC equipment.

Benefits of routine maintenance:

  • HVAC maintenance planning helps you save on expenses by achieving the best possible energy efficiency, increased system longevity, and a decreased chance for surprise equipment replacement costs.
  • With consistent and reliable air quality, customers inside your office, facility or store will be comfortable—which will improve their experience in doing business with you.
  • Healthy air quality contributes to healthy, comfortable and productive staff members, and makes for fewer illnesses and complaints.
  • Discounts on replacement parts and equipment, no over time charges for trouble calls, and guaranteed quick response times for trouble calls are included with a commercial maintenance plan.
  • Other specific or regulatory HVAC requirements can be met with a customized plan for any facility.
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A maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

Commercial maintenance plans are customized to fit the specific needs of a facility and typically include the following:

  • Check refrigerant charge
  • Check motor and compressor amp draw
  • Inspect motors and controls. Lubricate fan motor and bearings
  • Visually inspect coils for refrigerant leaks, damage or build up, and clean annually
  • Check condensate drains
  • Check system operation in heat and cool modes depending on season
  • Check for correct economizer operation
  • Replace or wash filters. Replace belts 1 time per year