Preventative Maintenance Evaluation

Keeping your Heating & Cooling systems up and running at each of your facilities is crucial to your bottom line, as lack of either could make for an uncomfortable or unsafe work environment. However, without routine maintenance and inspections, your systems could go out at any time, leaving you scrambling to find the specialized help you need before the damage becomes too costly.

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Increased Efficiency

When your commercial HVAC unit is running smoothly, your building’s energy bills will be reduced significantly.

Reducing Costs

Many companies tend to be reactive rather than proactive when it comes to things like HVAC preventative maintenance (HVAC PM).

Reduced Downtime

HVAC preventative maintenance (HVAC PM) really comes down to one thing: reducing the chances of an HVAC system failure resulting in downtime

Why Have a Preventative Maintenance Agreement?

Your substantial investment in environmental systems is protected through our HVAC preventative maintenance services and ensures maximum performance throughout the life cycle of your equipment. A comfortable work and utilization environment consistently ranks among the number one concerns for residential, industrial and commercial building occupants.

Preventive maintenance performed on a regular basis allows for your HVAC system to deliver comfort within its design capacity. By minimizing equipment downtime, this program insures that building occupants can focus on their primary activities and not the temperature.

In addition, we offer a discount on repair labor and materials to our maintenance agreement customers. Another perk for our agreement holders is our Preferred Customer status entitling you to priority service during times of extreme heat or cold.

Spring & Summer Maintenance Tasks: AC Maintenance Checklist

Replace filters on cooling equipment
Check condition of belts and pulleys and replace as needed
Clean condenser and evaporator coils
Check refrigerant charge and inspect for leaks if charge is low
Clear drain lines and pans
Check electrical connections
Check operation of fan and blower motor and adjust if needed
Lubricate motors, bearings and other moving parts
Check operation of thermostats and other controls
Check for adequate air flow

Fall & Winter Maintenance Tasks: Heating Maintenance Checklist

Replace filters on heating equipment
Check condition of belts and pulleys and replace as needed
Clear drain lines and pans
Check electrical connections
Check operation of fan and blower motor and adjust if needed
Inspect ignition and burner assembly
Lubricate motors, bearings and other moving parts
Check operation of thermostats and other controls
Inspect heat exchanger 

Contact TRS Heating & Cooling today to ask about our maintenance plans. A member of our staff will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a quote based on your needs.