Air conditioning and heating installer Coolair Equipment has expanded its servicing and maintenance operations nationwide.
The company, with bases in Manchester, Cannock and Kent, has consolidated its service department into a UK-wide business under a national technical and administrative management team led by long-serving employees Mark Cooper and Karen Swallow.
With the company experiencing a steady growth in orders for its planned preventative maintenance (PPM) packages, new division has been assigned its own dedicated space in the company's refurbished head office building in Dukinfield.
Its PPM packages incorporate all the checks and adjustments recommended by air conditioning and heat pump manufacturers to ensure that their equipment – whether installed by Coolair or not – continues to operate to maximum efficiency.
The packages can be tailored to individual requirements and incorporate all mandatory inspections including fully logged F-Gas checks on systems that fall within the new legislation, as well as promise a swift response to any breakdown.
Fully trained and uniformed engineers also have access to genuine spare parts and technical assistance from Coolair's manufacturing partners, including Mitsubishi Electric, Daikin and Toshiba.
John Otterson, managing director of Coolair, said: “Our business has been providing servicing and maintenance for many years. Now increased demand from our clients- impressed by our ability to deliver energy-saving solutions that reduce their costs - has prompted us to expand our one-stop-shop capabilities.
“Planned preventative maintenance is essential for the ongoing management of building operations because today's highly advanced air conditioning and heat pump systems can lead to expensive failures and increased running costs if they are not properly serviced and maintained.
“By relying on our more than 35 years of experience and fully accredited skills and expertise, clients can feel confident in leaving the maintenance of their systems to us while they concentrate on their business.”