June 14, 2017

Not knowing the condition of your HVAC equipment can leave you exposed to unbudgeted repair or replace expenses, causing a potential detriment to your company’s bottom line.

GEM Energy’s HVAC Asset Evaluation is designed to protect you from unexpected HVAC costs, and to provide a roadmap to your HVAC system’s current and future maintenance needs, including a recommended Preventive Maintenance Service Plan to meet your budget and business needs.

The HVAC Asset Evaluation includes inspection of:

  • Chillers
  • Boilers
  • Ducts
  • Condenser and
    evaporator coils
  • Dampers
  • Pumps
  • Fans
  • Actuators
  • Control boards
  • Circuit boards
  • Motors
  • Igniters
  • Compressors
  • Belts

HVAC Service Plan OptionsIf you wait to call an HVAC maintenance firm only when there’s a problem, you’re choosing the most expensive way to pay for HVAC service.

With an Asset Evaluation and the choice of a customized service plan, GEM Energy’s HVAC Team can keep small problems from becoming major repairs that can be much more expensive. Plus, with regular service to keep your system running efficiently, you can save as much as 10-30% in yearly energy costs.1

HVAC systems utilize 30 to 40% of your building’s total energy usage, and lack of regular HVAC maintenance has been proven to increase a building’s energy use by 30 to 60%. These costs add up year after year, significantly increasing your facility’s operating costs.

GEM Energy’s HVAC Service Plans can be customized to meet the needs of any facility size or type.

By requesting a professional HVAC Asset Evaluation, and following-up with the recommended preventive maintenance program, you can be confident your HVAC equipment will perform at peak efficiency for lower energy costs, and will provide a comfortable, functioning environment for everyone under your roof.

To schedule your HVAC Asset Evaluation, complete this request form.
If you have an immediate repair or service need, call 866.720.2700.

For more information about GEM Energy’s HVAC Program:

1. Building Efficiency Initiative report

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