No matter how you look at the employer–employee relationship, employers, building owners, and property managers have a strong incentive to ensure high indoor air quality. Air that is free of allergens, has the appropriate humidity levels, and isn’t contributing to people getting sick promotes worker health, productivity, and general well-being.
If a commercial HVAC system is not functioning at peak performance, it won’t just cost extra money on utility bills each month. It can actually harm your workforce. There are two services that set mechanical contractors such as John’s Service and Sales apart from others in the industry. If your contractor is relying on you to monitor the status of your equipment and call in repairs as needed, that system is destined for failure. But when you have both a preventative maintenance plan and a robust plan for emergencies in place, indoor air quality doesn’t have to be a top-of-mind concern.
Preventative Maintenance – Our plans are designed around each of our clients’ unique systems. Sure, there are the standard inspections and routine repairs, but John’s Service takes care to get to know your system so your needs can be addressed proactively rather than reactively. Without a preventative maintenance plan in place where technicians are actually checking your air on a regular basis, how are you supposed to know there is a problem before health and productivity take a hit?
Emergency Repairs – The best way to avoid an HVAC emergency—such as an air conditioner shutdown in the middle of summer—is to have a preventative maintenance plan in place. But the fact is that emergencies are unpredictable. If the humidity begins to spike during the summer and the AC goes out, good luck finding employees who will be able to push through it and get the same amount of work done. Indoor air quality takes a major hit during HVAC emergencies, but John’s Service makes emergencies a priority. We have the tools and the expertise to get your system back up and running in no time.