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Property and facility managers

Property and facility managers must provide adequate and comfortable facilities in an efficient manner for their customers.

By performing suitable planned preventative maintenance on boilers and other heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) plant, it will give you time to focus on other areas.

Fully certified, multi-skilled service engineers will provide property managers with plant condition reports, keeping you informed on the technical services (hard FM). Whilst annual review meetings are held to discuss any performance issues.

Highest standards of competence and integrity among the property and facility profession are maintained by the Society of Chartered Surveyors, Ireland (SCSI).

Talk to Thermodial about HVAC maintenance for your property/facility management company.

Customer testimonials

Over many years Thermodial have proven themselves to be an essential part of our own PPM delivery, demonstrating technical knowledge, care and professionalism by successfully undertaking planned preventative maintenance in accordance with local legislation.

Through excellent contract management and communication, Thermodial has performed strongly in attending to both ad hoc and reactive call outs, with remedials always executed within tendered values.

Michael Minogue (Assistant Facility Manager) Jones Lang LaSalle
Michael Minogue (Assistant Facility Manager)

We are extremely happy with the partnership between JLL and Thermodial

Their attention to detail, thorough proactive remedial works, and understanding of the needs of our site ensure that the property is well-maintained and fit for use.

We constantly need to adapt to client needs which change based on the current tenant and as a result need flexible vendors who can change to meet those needs.

Brian Ahern (EMEA Regional Operations Lead) Jones Lang LaSalle
Brian Ahern (EMEA Regional Operations Lead)

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Talk To Thermodial

When Thermodial were founded in 1986, the founders had a vision of an engineering focused service, but also one that was responsive and reliable.

This belief should hold true to dealing with questions or information requests, such as one you may have.

Please contact us by filling in the form below, for a prompt response; email info@thermodial.ie or ring us in Dublin.

As the experts in HVAC maintenanceupgrades and energy management, we would be happy to respond to your requests.

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