When the weather’s mild and summer seems months away, it’s actually an ideal time to get the cooling system serviced. One can never know when a heatwave is about to strike, but they will certainly feel it if the air con is struggling and productivity slows right down. Adcock Refrigeration and Air Conditioning can provide a full range of maintenance services for both Adcock installed HVAC equipment and any systems that the company did not originally install.
If the reader of this article is responsible for buildings and the occupants/equipment within, then the company assures them that a planned maintenance contract will keep them cool, calm, and collected. Their specialist maintenance team is on hand 24 hours a day, all year round, and they can provide them with access to one of the largest best-trained teams of engineers in the UK with quick response times.
meet all legal obligations
'Saving' money by dismissing a maintenance contract is only going to be costly in the long-run. A small problem can easily escalate into an emergency if it isn’t picked up early enough, and in a heatwave, the company has seen calls to their service team quadruple. With a preventative maintenance contract, however, one would have a much lower risk of a mechanical failure plus privileged access to their swift-response 24-hour call-out service, should they need it.
The company are Refcom registered and all their UK-wide engineers have undertaken the mandatory training
There’s more to maintenance than saving money. Has the reader considered legal obligations? Entering into a preventative maintenance contract with the company ensures that they, as end-user, meet all their legal obligations under EC Regulation No 842/2006 regarding fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-Gases). The company are Refcom registered and all their UK-wide engineers have undertaken the mandatory F-Gas and ODS Regulations training.
prioritized for breakdowns
F-Gas legislation means it’s a legal requirement to have a qualified engineer check equipment for leaks and have clearly identified labeled equipment and records. If one is not sure that they are doing this properly, they can get in touch with the company so that they can advise. Like a car, mechanical parts require regular checks to run optimally and efficiently.
With preventative maintenance, an engineer will look at and test all components, lubricants, filters, belts, and electrical parts for signs of deterioration and wear. Ordering replacement parts in good time means no downtime. Neglecting maintenance and discovering that a new part is critically required is a risky business and can be costly. As a maintenance customer, they are prioritized for breakdowns (even if the company didn’t install the equipment).
cost effective solutions
On top of that, their team of engineers will get to know the customer’s system inside out and will be able to offer them discounts and cost effective solutions for long-term maintenance plans, upgrades, or system extensions. Rest assured that maintenance is scheduled, breakdowns are mitigated and the system’s records are impeccable and accessible. Don’t rely on warranties alone, as many warranties are only valid if regular maintenance has been carried out.
The company’s courteous engineers are reliable, tidy, and trained to deliver the highest standards of customer care. They know this because the company receives great feedback and repeat business. One will always be able to identify their engineers in smart Adcock uniforms – the company does not outsource maintenance - and they will take the time to explain any system queries without using technical jargon.
sick building syndrome
They work on many confidential, high-security jobs so the customer can rely on them for discretion too
They work on many confidential, high-security jobs so the customer can rely on them for discretion too. Optimal running systems along with clean ducts and filters will ensure that circulated air is clean, which in turn will improve the environment and health of building occupants. Clean, fresh indoor air has a commercial value in terms of reduction of lethargy and germs and increased productivity and well-being.
Poorly maintained systems can be the cause of many health complaints including asthma, allergies, colds, and ‘sick building syndrome’ which can cost companies thousands of pounds each year. One can never be too cautious when managing machinery, chemicals, and electricity especially in close proximity to people. A sub-optimum system will always run the risk of developing a fault that can be as serious as a fire or gas leak.
preventative maintenance service
Don’t forget the temperature standards required by the nature of the premises either - food or medical supplies can become health hazards if not properly cooled, for example. A regular maintenance plan will ensure that people and buildings remain safe and that they remain within the law and any service agreements they have. One can enquire or book now as the callout frequency is already increasing.
In the company’s professional opinion, first-class maintenance is a must-have, not a nice-to-have. With temperatures already rising, so are callouts. Hence, one can avoid the queue and book the next service or preventative maintenance now.