HVAC Service

Midwest MEP INC Service department has service technicians that follow the disciplines in delivering the highest quality preventive maintenance and service for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Our Service Techs provide the responsiveness and services you expect from a locally owned company, while taking advantage of the technology, training, and vast resources that a national organization can provide. We utilize the power networking by working together with numerous manufactures of HVAC equipment to share best practices and pass on that knowledge – and savings – to you.

We offer to our customers not only the solutions they expect but the experience they deserve. Our service team of Service professionals consist of the service technician, service coordinator that is always looking at customer needs first, service account/sales representative always looking to offer a service solution for our customers service needs whether it is a replacement of an existing HVAC piece of equipment or a customization of a Preventative Maintenance Agreement.
Midwest MEP INC. Service department looks at every service call whether it is a filter needing to be changed or a data center that is heating to uncomfortable temperatures as a priority. However, our service coordinator is aware of ever-changing scheduling issues and knows how to prioritize the service calls.

Midwest MEP INC., also offers 24/7 emergency services. The number is 844-MEP-4-CARE (844-637-4227)

 

Preventative Maintenance

At Midwest MEP, Inc. Preventative maintenance refers to regular, routine maintenance to help keep equipment up and running, preventing any unplanned downtime and expensive costs from unanticipated equipment failure. It requires careful planning and scheduling of maintenance on equipment before there is an actual problem as well as keeping accurate records of past inspections and servicing reports.

Preventative management can be very complex, especially for companies with a lot of equipment. For this reason, many companies rely on Midwest MEP, Inc. to help organize and carry out all their preventative maintenance needs.

What Does Our Preventative Maintenance Include?

Here at Midwest MEP, Inc. we offer to our ‘Preferred’ customers that have a current Preventative Maintenance Agreement, the systematic inspection of equipment where potential problems are detected and corrected in order to prevent equipment failure before it happens. In practice, a preventative maintenance schedule may include things such as cleaning, lubrication, oil changes, adjustments, repairs, inspecting and replacing parts, and partial or complete overhauls that are regularly scheduled.

The exact preventative maintenance required will vary based on operation and type of equipment and the recommendation from one of our Maintenance Sales professionals. They have been trained to understand the operations of your equipment so they can offer a PMA that will meet your needs.

Preventative maintenance includes much more than simply performing routine maintenance on equipment. It also involves maintaining accurate records of every inspection and servicing, as well as knowing the lifespan of each part to understand the replacement frequency. These records can help maintenance technicians anticipate the appropriate time to change parts and can also help diagnose problems when they occur.

Preventative maintenance software helps collect and organize this information so it is readily available to maintenance technicians. This information will also help from a tending operational view of that certain piece of equipment at some point replacement of that piece of equipment may be the better option for you and your location.

What Are the Benefits of Preventative Maintenance?

A Midwest MEP, Inc. Preventative maintenance offers companies a number of important benefits including:

  • Prolonged life of company equipment
  • Less unplanned downtime caused by equipment failure
  • Less unnecessary maintenance and inspections
  • Fewer errors in day-to-day operations
  • Improved reliability of equipment
  • Fewer expensive repairs caused by unexpected equipment failure that must be fixed quickly
  • Reduced risk of injury
  • Energy Efficiency’s

Ideally, a preventative maintenance schedule will prevent all equipment failure before it occurs. It will save time, reduce costs, and keep an operation running efficiently and productively.

Preventative maintenance is designed to keep equipment running and operations productive. By staying on top of maintenance tasks, maintenance professionals can prevent unplanned downtime that in turn saves a company time and money. The coordination of a preventative maintenance schedule can be very complex, but with Midwest MEP, Inc. Service department our service coordinator simplifies the process, making preventative maintenance attainable for any business wanting to improve their overall maintenance operations.

Contact us today to discuss a preventative maintenance plan for your business.

 

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