What is a Preventative Maintenance Agreement?
A preventive maintenance agreement is opportunity for a facility to eliminate expensive emergency repairs and down time. There are several different levels of preventive maintenance agreements mainly on electrical and HVAC equipment. Upon selecting the appropriate level of maintenance, an initial facility assessment will take place. Hadley Energy Solutions will document all HVAC, Mechanical, and Electrical equipment including age, model numbers, and current condition of existing equipment. We will inspect thoroughly to see if any immediate concerns need to be addressed. After data on all equipment is collected a report will be repaired. The report will include recommendations on any repairs if any. The report will also include a maintenance schedule for all equipment. Older equipment may require more frequent servicing while newer equipment may require less. Upon each scheduled maintenance, a site visit with a constant analysis of current conditions will be made. Frequency of maintenance is recommended by Hadley Energy Solutions but the decision is made by the customer on how often their equipment is serviced. Once a preventive maintenance agreement is in place, you can have peace of mind knowing your facility is operating at peak performance during the duration of the service agreement.
Why Preventative Maintenance:
- According to the NFPA 74% of all building fires are caused by some form of electrical failure.
- Preventive Maintenance keeps equipment operating at peak efficiency.
- Reduces energy cost through ongoing system efficiency.
- Reduces the likelihood of expensive emergency repairs or premature replacements.
- Research has shown preventive maintenance saves between 12-18% of your budget compared to reactive repairs.
- Enjoy priority service. Avoid long waits due to other customers being in front of you. Preventive maintenance agreements come with a guaranteed response time.
- One point of contact for all necessary services.
Electrical Preventive Maintenance includes:
- Thermal Imaging
- Check for proper torquing on breakers and screws and that no wiring is loose
- Amp reading on panels and each circuit
- Proper labeling
- Exercise Gear and Mechanical Parts
- Ensure that proper breaker and fuse sizing are installed
- Ensure proper grounding
- Check for corrosion
- Proper Diox is applied with aluminum wiring
- Inspect for electrocution and arc flash hazards
- Apply lubrication where required or needed
HVAC Preventive Maintenance includes:
- Check cooling/heating system for proper operation
- Change/clean customer provided air filter as needed
- Inspect general condition
- Check and inspect start contacts
- Test equipment control systems
- Check current draw of compressor
- Check refrigerant operating pressure
- Check exposed equipment and pipes for leaks
- Check compressor function
- Check outdoor coil
- Check indoor coil
- Clean drain line
- Add drain line cleaner as needed
Additional services for Gas Furnace only:
- Test gas valve operation
- Test safety devices
- Test limit switches
- Test combustion draft motors
- Check pilot and burner assembly for proper operation
- Check connection of vent pipe at furnace
Different Levels of Maintenance Plans:
Level 1: Preventive Maintenance is a baseline agreement that covers a number of regularly scheduled maintenance visits each year. The technicians will thoroughly inspect all equipment, clean and test the components for proper operation When needed, worn parts such as belts and air filters are replaced. The number of maintenance visits you need and list of included maintenance tasks may depend on age and type of equipment, as well as operating conditions and usage requirements. A preventive maintenance agreement is the least expensive type of service contract.
Level 2: Full Labor agreement covers all the labor needed for repairs of replacements as well as for maintenance, but the customer is responsible for parts.
Level 3: Full Coverage agreement is the ultimate insurance policy, covering all parts and labor, emergency service and preventive maintenance. This option can save a great deal of money on expensive repairs. A full coverage agreement also allows you to budget for your HVAC and electrical repair expenses, and gives you peace of mind of not having unexpected surprises.
Energy Management Agreement
Why Energy Consulting?
Our energy experts will focus on finding a cost-effective way to optimize your facility’s energy usage. Energy consulting is centered around reducing operational costs and finding more environmentally friendly sources of energy. With the Energy Consulting Agreement, our team will analyze all components that use energy in your facility, track all energy usage from your utility bills, find out what your specific energy needs are, and present ways to reduce operational costs and environmental impact. In order to make things easier for you, all work to reduce energy usage will be completed through our company, making Hadley Energy Solutions your one point of contact!