Heating maintenance

Heating maintenance

HVAC planned preventative maintenance should take place on heating plant as part of maintaining the whole HVAC system.

The heating system at commercial facility typically requires two service maintenance visits per annum, or as recommended by the manufactures’ specifications.

A well maintained heating system is less likely to breakdown, be in need of expensive repairs or be in constant need of attention – ensuring fewer staff or customer service issues due to poor or lack of heating services.

Heating maintenance is carried out to maximum efficiency with minimum disruption to your business, whilst ensuring compliance with current health and safety regulations and a strong consideration for energy efficiency.

All persons servicing gas boilers must be suitably qualified and registered with the register of gas installers, Ireland (RGII). Check qualified persons/companies on the RGII website.

Talk to Thermodial about heating maintenance to support your businesses’ specific critical needs.

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