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Maintenance

Save money and reduce down-time with our bespoke maintenance plans

At Tate, we understand the importance of keeping your air conditioning systems working efficiently at all times. In addition to the Health and Safety issues, a breakdown in your air conditioning will often impact the productivity of your staff and result in expensive repairs.

Our research has shown that 60% of all breakdown costs could’ve been avoided if the correct commercial air conditioning maintenance plan was in place. In addition to making good financial sense, our planned maintenance contracts also help your business to avoid the issues brought on through air conditioning down-time.

We provide maintenance contracts ranging from one air conditioning unit through to entire office blocks with several hundred systems. And, like the rest of our services, all our packages are tailored to the specific needs of your business.

Tate only employs fully-qualified, highly-skilled engineers who are specifically trained in the maintenance of air conditioning, HVCA and electrical systems.

How regular air conditioning maintenance benefits your business

  • Preserves the validity of your manufacturer’s guarantee (on new installations)
  • Improves reliability
  • Increases energy efficiency
  • Troubleshoots any potential problems
  • Maintains cleaner, more aesthetically-pleasing equipment
  • Enhances effectiveness
  • Increases the life-span of your system
  • Enables F-Gas compliance
  • Reduces breakdowns, associated costs, and the impact of down-time
  • Protects the health and comfort of your staff and customers

We provide a full maintenance service and installation service from our London Head offices and service our regional contracts through regional offices based in Oxfordshire, Birmingham, and Havant.

To discuss your bespoke air conditioning maintenance programme, please call our friendly customer care team on 02393 162333, email info@tatetechnical.co.uk or submit a contact form and we’ll be in touch shortly.