• Customers who sign a Comfort Maintenance Agreement with us have reduced their need for emergency service calls by as much as 60%.
• Keeping equipment running at its peak performance will greatly effect the bottom line with significant savings on monthly energy bills. We have all seen what the rising cost of energy has done to our operations expenses.
• Preventative Maintenance also gives a customer the ability to plan for the replacement of costly units, taking advantage of any equipment cost savings that might be available, rather than having to replace equipment in an emergency situation due to a major failure. Regular maintenance helps to maintain better indoor air quality, thus providing a better, healthier work place, resulting in less time lost to sickness. We all know the cost of labor and what that means to the bottom line.
• Other benefits of our Comfort Club Maintenance program include longer equipment life and the ability to maintain budgets. Our service technicians will make recommendations before a part fails so equipment downtime is minimized. This does not mean that parts will not fail unexpectedly, but with our Comfort Club Maintenance Agreement, this is minimized. Also, utility costs are decreased because the equipment is working to its peak performance based upon the age of the equipment.
The benefits of these programs far outweigh the cost. By investing in your equipment, your company is investing in its future. Here is an example of a Basic Preventive Maintenance – Each Maintenance Agreement is tailored to you based on your requirements and systems.
Depending on the time of year (spring or fall), we will check the following components:
1. Change Filter – we only use pleated media filters.
2. Clean condenser coils and check condenser fan.
3. Check compressor oil level.
4. Check refrigerant charge.
5. Lubricate all bearings.
6. Tighten contactor terminals.
7. Check all burners and heat exchanger for rust/corrosion.
8. Check pilot assembly, blower assembly.
9. Check belts and pulleys for excessive wear.
10. Check all thermostats.
11. Check gas pressure.
12. Check voltage, wiring and terminals.
13. Check controls including economizer controls when applicable.
...and much more depending on your specific application.
After we have checked the equipment, we will give you a complete report on our findings.