Your HVAC and Plumbing equipment not only plays a major role in your operational costs but also in the total value of your building. With proper planned maintenance, W. L. Gary Company can not only help you extend the life of that equipment but we can also help you save money, save energy, and help reduce costly unscheduled downtime.
HVAC and Plumbing equipment is like many other things in life, if you don’t take care of it, it will not operate at peak performance and can fail when you need it most. W. L. Gary Company believes that by taking a proactive and thorough approach to planned maintenance we can help our customers:
- Keep equipment running efficiently. Dirty filter, dirty coils, clogged condensate drain lines or drain pans, dirty burners and other items that are ignored will cause the equipment to work harder and run longer than necessary. This wastes energy and costs you more money.
- Maximize equipment life. If you don’t take care of the moving parts of your equipment they will break or fail before the end of their life-expectancy.
- Reduce down time resulting from unexpected equipment failure. By having a trained technician regularly evaluating your equipment, possible problems that would otherwise go unnoticed until they cause equipment failure can be identified.
- Reduce the amount of repair visits. As mentioned above, without proactive maintenance, equipment parts will break down before they should, causing additional repair visits. This will cost additional time on the part of your staff and money spent to have our trained technicians come out to repair a problem that could have been prevented.
Rather than taking the bare minimum approach, Gary Company spends the necessary time it takes to perform complete maintenance on your equipment. The tasks our technicians perform during maintenance include both factory recommended tasks, as well as, tasks that our years of experience have shown us are necessary. This combination provides a more complete approach to planned maintenance.
- Heat Exchangers
- Control Systems
- Variable Refrigerant Systems
- Cooling Towers
- Hydronic systems
- Steam Systems
- Computer Room Units
- Air Distribution
- Rooftops Units
- Backflow Preventers
- Domestic Water Pumps
- Ejector Pumps
- Drain and Sewer Cleaning
- Ejector Pit Pumping and Cleaning
- Water Filters
- Water Heaters
- Hydro-Jetting Service
- Water Audits
- Video Inspection
- Fixture Maintenance
- Gray Water Systems
- Grease Trap Pumping and Cleaning
Energy Services Agreements
Having a trained technician perform maintenance on your equipment is the first step in conserving energy and keeping utility bills as low as possible.
Allow Gary Company to take your Planned Maintenance to the next level by making it an Energy Services Agreement. Including our Energy Services as part of your regular maintenance makes measuring and managing your energy use a comprehensible aspect of your building’s operating expenses.
Measuring and monitoring your energy use provides us with more details about the way your building is operating. The more we know about the way your building operates, the better we are able to identify ways to reduce your energy use and save you money. Our solution consultants & technicians will be able to provide you with low cost solutions to increase your efficiency and help you plan for future capital projects to further increase your efficiency and your property’s value. The money saved through Energy Solutions can typically pay for the maintenance contract itself!
Let us customize a Planned Maintenance Agreement that will help you focus on your core business while we take care of your building. Click here to get started.
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With all the leaves and rain falling this season, be sure to check your outside drains to make sure they are clear of debris, which can cause drains to stop up and flood. It is recommended that you have your drain pipes cleaned annually to remove any sediment or other buildup.See more tips
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