Many businesses in the Charleston and Huntington, WV, area rely on Pierson Technical Services to properly maintain their equipment. Our maintanance agreements are tailored to fit the needs and equipment of your business. Proper preventive maintenance is the major key to reducing costs and maximize store profits.
Energy costs are the largest expense for most commerical businesses, especially those requiring refrigeration. Our staff will work with you to increase efficiency and reduce your energy costs substantially.
Contact us today for a free consultation and see what we can do for your business.
Pierson Technical Services offers full service contracts for all areas of service. All parts, labor, travel, and any other expenses needed to maintain your current equipment. It can even include up to 10 percent replacement of existing units per year on a long-term contract. The price is based on the number of locations on the contract, the equipment covered and the square footage of each location.
Cost Tracking and Analysis
During the initial preventive maintenance inspection at each store, each piece of equipment is documented by model and serial number, assigned a unit number, photographed, and appraised with the current value according to its size, age and condition.
At the end of the calendar year, you will receive a detailed report of the total of repair cost for the year, by the store, and by the units in each store. This is valuable information in determining repair/replacement cost budgets for the following year.
What Happens During a Maintenance Visit?
When our technician arrives at your location for a preventive maintenance visit, he will have a checklist detailing the requirements for your location. Once the tasks are completed, he will go over his report with the store manager and make the manger aware of any problems or potential issues. We will schedule additional service calls for any of these issues with the approval of the manager.
Our reporting goes beyond just correcting problems, we will actually tell you the efficiency and shortcomings of your equipment. Such steps as having clean filters, tight electrical connections, and new belts are excellent way of increasing efficiency. These simple items increase the life of the unit and provide the maximum level of efficiency and reliability.
When a repair meets or exceeds the current assigned value of the equipment, then the repair is quoted along with the replacement cost and current assessed value so that you can decide how to better spend your money.
Contact Pierson Technical Services today to find out how our Preventive Maintence Program can benefit your business.