Category Archives: Service

The Risks of Neglecting Facility Maintenance

white pipe in mechanical room

As a facility owner or manager, you are responsible for keeping your building safe for employees and occupants. This means proper facility maintenance to eliminate hazards that can be harmful to building occupants. Top hazards to look out for include: leaks, electrical problems, and poor indoor air quality. Leaks Leaks from pipes and plumbing fixtures […]

The Best Approach to Facility Maintenance

Mechanical room in commercial facility

If you’re the facilities manager of a commercial building, you’re probably pretty busy. It’s likely that your mechanical system isn’t on the top of your list of priorities. While it’s true that your plumbing and HVAC system doesn’t need much attention, it’s important to watch out for potential problems and to prevent problems from occurring […]

FIVE SIGNS THAT YOU NEED YOUR COMMERCIAL HVAC SYSTEM SERVICED

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Your commercial HVAC system is a huge part of what makes your building occupants comfortable and happy. The system also plays a large role in utility bills and can even have an impact on safety and health. Mechanical systems are built to last a long time but even the best systems will eventually need to […]

Top Three Reasons You Need an HVAC Service Agreement

HVAC system in mechanical room

Your heating and cooling equipment works tirelessly to keep your facility comfortable year-round. It’s easy to take these systems for granted and assume they will always work. Unfortunately, even the best systems are not unfailing. At some point, your air conditioner might break down or your heat might not start up. This is why you […]

Prepare your HVAC system for the winter

gauge on HVAC system pipe

Winter has arrived in the Midwest. The first cold snap of the season always brings in an influx of calls to our service department. Facilities find themselves with poor heat or worse yet, no heat at all. It’s important to prepare your building’s HVAC system for the colder temperatures. Save yourself (and your occupants) from […]

Why the Proactive Approach to Service and Warranty Wins

There are two main approaches commonly seen in the mechanical systems industry in regards to transitioning from the construction of a facility, to the ongoing operation of that facility. One approach is for contractors to handle warranty issues with a very hands-off style, distancing themselves from the project as soon as the warranty period is […]