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Maintenance Agreements – Climate Technology

Maintenance Agreements

We’ll keep track of the manufacturer specifications and regular maintenance, so you can have peace of mind that your systems are ready for anything.

Maintenance plans focus primarily on the regular upkeep of your equipment and on identifying probable failures in system components in order to prevent emergencies.

Periodic maintenance plans cover the manufacturer-specified monthly or quarterly tasks and keeps you up-to-date on any potential problems. We will help you stay ahead of potential problems before they turn into an unscheduled emergency.

Maximize Your Equipment Lifespan
Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration equipment is expensive. Protect your investment and maximize the lifespan of your system by enrolling in a maintenance program. We will help you keep the manufacturer’s warranty in effect by creating a maintenance plan that follows the unique requirements of each unit. If a unit needs to be repaired, we’ll let you know when your warranty covers the work and take care of it for you.
Follow Manufacturer Specifications
Each piece of equipment has different manufacturer specifications, and if your property has multiple heating and air conditioning units, you’ll need to remember each of them. You might need regular filter or belt replacement, coil cleaning, and drain line clean outs. You need a partner to keep track of those specifications, so you can do what you do best.
Energy Cost Savings
You will also save money with your commercial HVAC/R maintenance agreement through energy savings. When your equipment is clean and up to manufacturer specifications, it uses less energy when operating. What you spend on routine maintenance or energy management systems, you save even more on your energy bills.
Get the Most Out of Your Equipment
Improve air quality, comfort, and system performance by keeping up-to-date with the maintenance tasks required for your HVAC systems and product coolers. You’ll be confident that your systems can take the heat (or the cold) on the toughest days with consistent check-ins and preventative servicing.
Maximize Your Equipment Lifespan
Air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration equipment is expensive. Protect your investment and maximize the lifespan of your system by enrolling in a maintenance program. We will help you keep the manufacturer’s warranty in effect by creating a maintenance plan that follows the unique requirements of each unit. If a unit needs to be repaired, we’ll let you know when your warranty covers the work and take care of it for you.
Follow Manufacturer Specifications
Each piece of equipment has different manufacturer specifications, and if your property has multiple heating and air conditioning units, you’ll need to remember each of them. You might need regular filter or belt replacement, coil cleaning, and drain line clean outs. You need a partner to keep track of those specifications, so you can do what you do best.
Energy Cost Savings
You will also save money with your commercial HVAC/R maintenance agreement through energy savings. When your equipment is clean and up to manufacturer specifications, it uses less energy when operating. What you spend on routine maintenance or energy management systems, you save even more on your energy bills.
Get the Most Out of Your Equipment
Improve air quality, comfort, and system performance by keeping up-to-date with the maintenance tasks required for your HVAC systems and product coolers. You’ll be confident that your systems can take the heat (or the cold) on the toughest days with consistent check-ins and preventative servicing.

What's Included

Labor on all of our work is guaranteed for 90 days. Warranty on parts is based on manufacturer’s warranty.

Maintenance contract customers receive a discounted labor rate for service & installation work.

We bump your service calls to the front of the line.

(Additional Fee)

Dirty coils restrict airflow, can cause motor failure, lower a unit’s life expectancy, and drastically reduce efficiency.

Air filters should be replaced either quarterly or biannually.

Blower belts typically need to be replaced once per year.

No service call fees for contracted scheduled maintenance visits. Regular service calls will still incur this fee.

Prevent Problems Before They Arise

When we design commercial HVAC/R maintenance agreements, we’re looking to prevent equipment failures by getting ahead of problems. Simple tasks will prevent most emergencies and will help your equipment run more efficiently.

FILTER REPLACEMENT
While this seems like the simplest task, it’s often forgotten or overlooked. Making sure your filters aren’t clogged helps increase your equipment’s efficiency, lower your energy bill, and extend its useful life.
ASSESS REFRIGERANT LEVELS
Check refrigeration levels to determine if unit is operating effectively. A unit that is undercharged or overcharged with refrigerant affects efficiency and creates operating conditions that can damage the compressor.
CLEAN DRAIN LINES
The main cause of leaking HVAC units is a clogged drain line. Leaking units can cause extensive water damage to walls and ceilings.
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Electrical issues cause numerous failures. We check for proper electrical connections and test electrical components such as contactors & capacitors.
BEARINGS & BELTS
Improper belt tension or neglecting routine lubrication of motors/fan bearings can cause excessive wear and ultimately lead to premature failure.
COIL CLEANING
Dirty condenser coils drastically reduce efficiency & can cause your compressor to overheat or fail. Dirty evaporator coils affect system performance & can directly lead to compressor damage.

Prevent Problems Before They Arise

When we design commercial HVAC/R maintenance agreements, we’re looking to prevent equipment failures by getting ahead of problems. Simple tasks will prevent most emergencies and will help your equipment run more efficiently.

Filter replacement

While this seems like the simplest task, it’s often forgotten or overlooked. Making sure your filters aren’t clogged helps increase your equipment’s efficiency, lower your energy bill, and extend its useful life.

Assess refrigerant levels

Check refrigeration levels to determine if unit is operating effectively. A unit that is undercharged or overcharged with refrigerant affects efficiency and creates operating conditions that can damage the compressor.

Clean drain lines

The main cause of leaking HVAC units is a clogged drain line. Leaking units can cause extensive water damage to walls and ceilings.

Bearings & belts

Improper belt tension or neglecting routine lubrication of motors/fan bearings can cause excessive wear and ultimately lead to premature failure.

Coil cleaning

Dirty condenser coils drastically reduce efficiency & can cause your compressor to overheat or fail. Dirty evaporator coils affect system performance & can directly lead to compressor damage.

Electrical components

Electrical issues cause numerous failures. We check for proper electrical connections and test electrical components such as contactors & capacitors.

Our Work