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Why is Preventative Maintenance Important?

Preventative Maintenance

Invest in Growing Your Business, Not Making Costly Repairs

You've got lots of expensive equipment and machinery that help run your business. This equipment and machinery will experience deterioration over time. This is normal and inevitable. When these systems fail, they often happen at inopportune times. That's when you have to call the electrician in for an emergency repair, resulting in unexpected costs that can end up being thousands of dollars. Add to that the costs of your operation being down - that's hard on the bottom line of any business.

What are the benefits of Preventative Maintenance?

It's simple. Preventative maintenance saves your business time and money. It involves working with an electrical contractor and careful planning for routine maintenance, repairs, and the eventual replacement of electrical equipment and systems. Investing in a good preventative maintenance program will help avoid having to call for emergency repair work.

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Why Do Electrical Systems and Equipment Deteriorate?

All machinery experiences normal wear and tear over time. However, many factors can speed up that deterioration process, including extreme conditions, overloading of circuits and equipment, and using the equipment for often and for a longer period of time than it was intended.


What Goes Into a Good Preventative Maintenance Program?

Programs that include regular service of equipment, identification of replacement intervals, and scheduling outages have a high return on investment that allows businesses to re-invest that saved money into the growth of the organization.

It is our goal to partner with you to ensure that your business experiences minimal downtime. We can build a custom plan that suits your business's unique needs. A typical plan can include:

  • infrared scan to detect heat that can be caused by overloads, loose connections, or damaged equipment.
  • visual inspection of electrical systems and equipment.
  • cleaning of distribution equipment.
  • exercising of disconnects.

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