At Your Service

If your mechanical equipment is outdated, you may be draining valuable resources. How can you avoid costly repairs and wasteful spending on inefficient equipment?

 DSC_0137Ask your

TP Mechanical

Service Team

to perform an

Energy Cost Analysis

 

What is an Energy Cost Analysis?

It’s an evaluation of your existing HVAC/R equipment. We’ll coordinate with the manufacturer of your systems to assess the age and efficiency of your current units and run a cost-comparison based on your utility expenses to see how they  measure up to newer models. We’ll compile data that compares your current operations and repairs to the cost of replacement and forecast your projected ROI over time.

When should I consider requesting one?

If your equipment is 10 years old or older, if your utility expenses are on the rise, or if you are facing costly repairs, it’s time to evaluate your systems to find efficiencies.

How much will it cost?

For current TP Mechanical Service & Maintenance customers, it’s free. For new customers, we’ll base our rate on the scope of the work involved and provide this service at an affordable rate.

What are the benefits? 

One recent TP Mechanical customer achieved a 50% savings in utility costs when our service department performed the analysis. We were conducting a routine maintenance visit and added the analysis, which resulted in a recommendation for a boiler system upgrade. The benefits vary from client to client, but upgrading when appropriate can lead to significant cost savings.

 

To take advantage of this valuable service,

 call our Service Department

1-800-829-1989

 

 

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