When choosing a company to service your building’s boiler, be sure to consider these questions.
How Long Have They Been In Business?
The longer a boiler service company has been in business, the more likely it is that they have experience in finding and repairing problems similar to the ones your company is experiencing.
Another advantage to choosing a boiler company that’s been around for a long time is financial stability established businesses are less likely to fail in the middle of your service call and repair. The Boiler Services are important here.
Do They Have Experience In Your Industry?
If you run a candy factory, don’t expect a boiler company that primarily works in office buildings to have experience in your boiler applications. Whenever possible, always choose a company that has direct experience working with other clients in your industry.
Do They Warranty Their Parts And Service?
Select a boiler service company that gives you a warranty on work performed. If a fix doesn’t correct your problem, a parts and labor warranty protects you from being charged twice for the same repair.
Is A Pre-Start Inspection Included?
Say a fan on your boiler needs replacement and your boiler service vendor fixes it. Before they leave, make sure they restart the equipment and perform a pre-start inspection. Doing so gives the vendor an opportunity to check for any other repairs or maintenance your boiler requires – if the inspection does reveal any potential issues, the vendor will be able to address them right away. Catching potential problems as they arise will help your business run more efficiently by lowering equipment downtime.
Can They Provide Proof Of Licensure, Insurance, And Certification?
Is the boiler company you’re considering working with licensed, insured, and certified? Even if a company doesn’t need a specific license to operate in your state, the city they are based in likely licenses them.
Licensure is important as the threat of loss of license goes a long way to enforcing your agreement with the vendor. Insurance is always needed to protect your company from added risk for damage to property or injury to your own employees or visitors.
When a service or its technician are certified in boiler repair and installation, you know you are hiring a company with up-to-date skills and equipment.
What Are Their Safety Procedures And Processes?
On-the-job safety is also an ongoing concern. Does your candidate company have a safety plan? How often do they train staff on it? How many days of work without a workplace injury? Will they follow your facility’s boiler safety plan?
About the Company:
The company takes great pleasure in its dedication to timely delivery as well as the satisfaction of its clients. Our licenced plumbers get thorough training and have access to high-quality instruments to meet any and all of your home's plumbing service needs.