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Preventive Operations and Maintenance

Update your preventive maintenance plan to ensure your building is operating as efficiently as possible


How it works

Preventive maintenance plans increase the life of your equipment and prevent unexpected breakdowns. Plans should include a schedule and steps to check for efficient operations, so you can reduce unnecessary disruptions. These steps can include performing regular tune-ups on your HVAC systems, reviewing and adjusting lighting schedules in your facility, and optimizing control settings based on occupant use patterns.

There are also a wide variety of technologies to support your facility staff in conducting preventive operations and maintenance, including real time energy management systems.


How you benefit

  • Avoid wasting energy by ensuring equipment is working at optimal performance
  • Decrease maintenance time and costs and extend the life span of your equipment
  • Improve the reliability and uptime of your systems and equipment
  • Increase safety in your facility and reduce the risk of injury

When you should consider it

Preventive operations and maintenance may be good for your business if you are:

  • Managing multiple systems and pieces of equipment in your building or facility
  • Experiencing issues with equipment and system performance
  • Noticing unexpected increases in your building’s energy costs and usage
  • Looking to expand the life span of your equipment and systems
  • Investing in new equipment, systems, and technologies
  • Trying to obtain or improve a green building certification for your building

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