New merger set to help deliver even better HVAC maintenance services

In a bid to improve our Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance services, we’ve merged Mid-Tech with Mid-Tech Airflow.

Despite the challenging circumstances of 2020, we’re continually looking for ways of improving our HVAC maintenance services. As we look to expand Mid-Tech and cater to more clients across the UK, we recognised the importance of maintaining the quality and speed of our services.

That’s why Mid-Tech has fully merged with Mid-Tech Airflow. Over the past X years, the team at Mid-Tech Airflow have provided the best service in reactive and pre-planned maintenance within the HVAC industry – offering national coverage.

How Making this move will benefit you in many ways, including:

  • Access to greater resources/pooling of resources – this will allow us to find the right person for the job and deliver quicker HVAC maintenance services to you.
  • A new installation division – our new division available will minimise callout times on reactive jobs and reduce downtime.
  • Complete turnkey offering – more expertise and skills give us the capacity to provide a complete turnkey solution to your HVAC maintenance needs.
  • The facilitation of bigger contracts – whether you have a large company on one site or across multiple around the UK, we can now take on bigger and longer contracts.

NB: Image taken 2019 pre pandemic

What do HVAC technicians do?

Our HVAC technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems that directly impact the temperature and the quality of air in your building.

In some cases, HVAC technicians often focus their time on the installation and fixing of one type of system. However, with the merging of Mid-Tech and Mid-Tech Airflow, we have technicians covering every aspect for a complete turnkey solution.

The type of things an HVAC technician will do includes:

  • Testing pipe and connections for leaks
  • Testing electrical circuits and components for continuity
  • Improving the performance of an HVAC system via changing filters, refilling refrigerants and cleaning ducts
  • Replacing or repairing malfunctioning equipment
  • Installing, adjusting and connecting thermostats and timers
  • Modifying system controls to improve efficiency and balance the system
  • Assembling HVAC equipment
  • Designing, laying and installing electrical wiring
  • Cutting or drilling holes in the building walls
  • Running maintenance checks and doing out of hours emergency runs

Why HVAC maintenance is important

Conducting regular HVAC maintenance is an essential part of keeping your HVAC system performing at optimum efficiency and providing a safe, clean environment for everyone in the building.

If you don’t keep on top of your HVAC maintenance, it will cost you more money in the long run when the system malfunctions and can cause serious disruptions in day-to-day operations. The latter is particularly important if you’re running a production line where productivity is key or a shopping centre which relies on a functioning HVAC system to keep its tenants trading.

Having your air conditioning and ventilation operating in the right way is also imperative in keeping people safe from the spread of COVID-19 within the building.

To find out more about how our bigger and better Mid-Tech team can help you with your HVAC maintenance, get in touch with us today.

Need help with your HVAC maintenance?

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