PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

“Tune-Up” for your Investment – Complete Cleaning, Inspection & Testing of your Equipment

“Tune-Up” For your Investment – Complete Cleaning, Inspection & Testing of your Equipment

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This program is unique in the laundry industry. With this program, washers, dryers and ironers are scheduled for a thorough cleaning, lubricating and general condition review multiple times each year, depending on the need.

This normally takes between 2 and 2 ½ hours per machine and can be completed one piece of equipment at a time so your laundry process is un-interrupted. Advantages:

Our preventive maintenance program can:

  • Reduce the possibility of dryer fires
  • Identify a problem and prevent it from becoming serious, i.e., servicing and/or replacement of high usage parts to eliminate “Down Time”
  • Help equipment run at peak performance to reduce utility and labor costs; saving you a lot of money and providing peace of mind.
  • Help extend the life of your equipment.
  • Reduce Drying Time – Increase Production
  • Remember it’s easy to forget regular maintenance; we don’t forget!
  • Scheduled at Your Convenience Quarterly or Semi-Annually

    To request information or schedule your preventive maintenance today:

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Questions & ANSWERS

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Q: What Is Preventive Maintenance?

A: When we have a trained service technician disassemble your laundry equipment. He’ll inspect the belts, door gaskets, handles, hoses, drains, mounting studs, bearings, flush bins, solenoid valves, level switches, clutches, inverters, motors, lint screens, wiring harnesses, burner assemblies, blowers, timers, gas valves, thermostats, and exhaust ducts. He’ll make adjustments if needed to your belts, flames, locks and switches and lubricate where and when necessary. A routine gas check will be done to ensure there are no gas leaks. On certain machines, he’ll drain the oil and replace with new. He’ll thoroughly clean your equipment and remove the excessive lint buildup and/or debris. Then, your machines will be ran and tested for proper operation. Management will be advised, in writing, of any worn or broken parts that need replacing or may need replacing in the near future.

Q: How Do Preventive Maintenances Help Me?

A: The most important reason for you to have preventive maintenance performed is for safety. It is highly recommended that this service be completed, at the very least, every six months. This helps prevent any potential fire hazards that may arise from unclean or faulty equipment. Also, when equipment is working properly it consumes fewer utilities which will save you money. Clean and properly operating equipment decreases the time it takes to complete a load which decreases labor and all the expense associated with payroll. Catching worn parts before they break can save you down time, additional payroll, and undue stress. But most of all, you’ll have peace of mind that your equipment is operating at peak efficiency. Arrangements can be made to have the Preventive Maintenance completed around your work schedule.

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