We offer planned air conditioning maintenance contracts to all of our clients, from one air conditioning unit through to entire office blocks with several systems. Cutting back on planned maintenance has been proven to be a false economy. A reactive approach to air conditioning service and maintenance, such as repairing the system only when breakdowns occur, significantly increases through-life costs due to premature component failure and inefficient energy use. We will also help ensure you meet Health and Safety regulations and ever more complex heating and air conditioning legislation.
Reasons to maintain your air conditioning equipment:
Increased life of equipment
Maintain optimum efficiency
Health of Occupants
Increased manufacturer’s warranty
We have extensive expertise across all makes and types of air conditioning systems & continually train our engineers to ensure they have up to date industry knowledge.
We provide a high quality, efficient and cost effective service to our clients.
Maintenance visits are scheduled and agreed with you well in advance to suit your business.
Every air conditioning service visit includes a free asset check and our engineers are able to arrange an on-site quotation for any repairs they identify.
The law now demands that all businesses and individuals completing the installation and servicing of refrigeration, air-conditioning or heat pump equipment, which contains F Gas refrigerants, must be fully trained and certified to do so.
What Does a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Contract Include? Our Planned Maintenance Contracts are specifically tailored to suit your particular environment and installation. However, our visits always include the following activities:
Check operation of the systems in both heating and cooling modes
Check operation of all functions on all remote controllers
Carry out leak test on indoor and outdoor units
Check air ducts, air grilles, filters and insulation
Clean air filters
Clean drain pumps and drain trays, where applicable
Test drainage system
Check fan motors and fan blades
Inspect and clean indoor and outdoor heat exchangers (coils), if required
Check pipe-work and insulation for integrity and thermal insulation
Check all electrical connections
Check all covers are secure
Check air flow and temperature differentials across the coils
Check supply voltages and running currents are to the required specifications
Check operation of condensate pump, clean any strainers
Ensure drain lines are clear of any restrictions or blockages, descale and add water treatment as necessary
Monitor refrigerant suction and liquid line temperature and pressure