HVAC Mechanical Services Maintenance.
Scheduled Maintenance Service Agreements.
Planned Maintenance Agreements tailored to fit the needs of your business.
We offer a Preventative, Comprehensive, Corrective and Bespoke HVAC Maintenance Agreements
The Corrective Agreement is essentially a “Do and Charge” agreement for repairs, but we offer you cheaper rates based upon loyalty.
Preventative agreements is your typical labor only, monthly visit, pats and repairs are at additional cost
Comprehensive agreements are expensive, let’s be honest, there is considerable risk;
Chillers and major plant equipment will need to be insured; our technicians literally over service the site to ensure minimum breakdowns and to reduce our risk.
We set a schedule to ensure all items are covered, at least once, over the twelve month period. Documentation is provided with photos.
A comprehensive agreement will work for critical nature sites such as medical, research, data centers and the like. (We know we supposed to be “selling” here, but, it is important you invest in exactly what you need that works effectively for your building’s operations).
Comprehensive Maintenance Agreements
We offer Comprehensive Maintenance Agreements and “Semi-Comprehensive” agreement s as part of our repertoire. Talk to us today to see how we can help put a Comprehensive maintenance agreement together for your building.
Preventative, and Bespoke Service Agreements
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All our Services maintenance Agreements are structured with you. Based upon your Building’s assets and the needs of your business.
How Do We Structure a Scope for You?
Our Process is simple and takes little of you time:
- Step 1: We visit your building and investigate what equipment you have
- Step 2: We Gain a basic understanding of the condition of the equipment in the same visit
- Step 3: We send you a brief “tick the box” Questionnaire about your site
- Step 4: We develop a scope of works based on the above with priorities
- Step 5: We Catch-up for a coffee and review with you and look at price versus priorities and your business needs
- Step 6: We write an agreement for your perusal
- Step 7: We schedule a first visit and introduce the technician to you
Why Do you Need Preventive Maintenance for your Mechanical HVAC Plant?
Frequently Asked Questions in Building Automation
Maintenance will save you money, even a simple inspection (with photos and a report) will assist facility managers and asset managers to make better financial decisions for their budget.
Scheduled Maintenance Plan
Our Scheduled Preventive maintenance plan, for your building, is designed with you, to improve equipment life, energy efficiency and avoid any major failures. This maintenance includes:
- Systematic inspection of allocated Equipment
- Testing and running the equipment at full span (i.e 0 to 100% of capacity)
- Lubrication, tighten of fixings,
- Checking for Fatigued components
- Checks for Undue wear and tear
- Checks for the Prevention of unexpected failures
Preventive maintenance forms a basis for the entire maintenance strategy. Unless the Preventative Maintenance schedule is implemented and is physically effective on the equipment serviced, then the likelihood the site will incur higher costs increases with the higher probability of equipment failure.
HVAC Mechanical Systems Audits also available
Many sites, already have an incumbent mechanical services provider, and there is likely a sense of loyalty, but, there are times management wishes to understand how effective the maintenance is and how the costs versus results investment is actually working. Management know the costs, but what are the results. This is where we can help.
Our HVAC mechanical Services Audits are essentially a set of photos of the HVAC equipment with a commentary. Management can make up their own mind about their return on investment with their current mechanical services vendor.
The commentary will include remarks regarding the following:
- Compliance to Australian Standards
- Lack of Maintenance or fair wear and tear
- Weather affected
- Influence on the fire System
- Influence on the Nabers assessment
- Life term of the equipment
- Estimated Cost to Replace
- Estimated Cost to Repair
We need to be fair and will not bid on the mechanical service agreement for a site which we have audited, at least for twelve months.