Tony has been with TP Mechanical 20 years, starting in our apprenticeship program and immediately working his way up to become a superintendent. To this day, Tony continues to show his appreciation for and dedication to the apprenticeship program as he has been an instructor for more than 10 years. Three years ago, Tony moved from the field to our service department, and currently serves as our Columbus Plumbing Services Manager.
Tony works with our existing and new customers to support their plumbing and HVAC system needs. He feels it is important to be a trusted advisor to customers by offering honest advice and educating the staff about their current systems.
Tony stands out to customers and his team because he cares and values each customer’s needs.
“Tony is genuine, honest, hardworking and always willing to go the extra mile for his customer and his team,” stated Tara Teepe, Marketing Coordinator at TP Mechanical.
Tony’s goal is always to build an everlasting relationship with customers, and to make sure TP Mechanical is the first name they think of for any of their mechanical needs. He wants his customers to know they can always depend on TP Mechanical to provide them with quality and cost-effective solutions.
When asked why he believes TP Mechanical stands apart from other mechanical contractors, Tony offered the following:
“TP Mechanical has such a great employee culture and continues to invest in that culture by providing opportunities to grow, providing a safe workplace, and giving back to employees. I have been fortunate to have started as an apprentice at TP Mechanical and been given many opportunities to grow within TP Mechanical. I am very fortunate to work for such a great organization, and I am excited to see what the future will bring in this ever-changing industry.”
Contact Tony either by email email@example.com or phone 614-253-8556
Has your business been impacted by costly repairs or replacements for equipment in your facilities? Has your company’s productivity suffered from equipment down-time?
These are costs that can be reduced and issues that can be avoided by investing in a preventative maintenance plan.
As tightening budgets and “doing-more-with-less” mantras have become the norm for businesses around the globe, the maintenance of a facility’s mechanical systems is often placed on the back-burner. However, that is precisely the type of decision-making that can cost building owners more money long term.
“TP believes in doing the right maintenance at the right time, based on how the customer owns and operates their building. This will allow the customer to better manage and control their day,” says Jamie Johnston, Sales Manager at TP Mechanical.
At TP Mechanical, we take your investment in your facilities seriously. We understand that a disruption in your mechanical systems has the potential to disrupt your operations, and our team has the experience, expertise and resources to keep your facility functioning at peak efficiency.
Our service agreements are customized to keep your equipment running efficiently and overcome potential issues before they become emergencies. We also take the time to plan and strategize for future unit replacements, so you are not hit with unexpected costs or lost time due to mechanical failure. This attention to detail provides our partners a higher return on their investment and yields a high rate of customer satisfaction.
Did you know that you should service your ice machine every 6 months? Watch this short news clip from Lex18 to find out why.
To learn more how TP Mechanical can help with routine maintenance for your ice machine visit our Service page or contact us at 800-829-1989.
You never expect to have a mechanical breakdown. But when it does happen, TP Mechanical has you covered. Our emergency service teams are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
If you have a leaky sprinkler, we’re there for you. If you have an air conditioner on the blink, we’re there for you. Any time you have a disruption in your mechanical systems, our experienced technicians can handle your equipment outage.
TP Mechanical Service places a priority on training for our team members. Our skilled technicians continue to develop their knowledge through continuing education programs to stay up to date on the latest diagnostic techniques and products. We promise you that our technicians are prepared to give you the answers you need accurately and efficiently.
One more number you should know: 4
That’s our guaranteed response time. When you select TP Mechanical as your service partner, our team is able to respond to your emergencies within 4 hours to troubleshoot and repair any problem.
The last numbers you should know: 800-829-1989
We hope you never have to dial this number. But don’t hesitate to call those 10 digits for any service need – not just emergencies. We understand the investment you’ve made in your facilities and how an outage can affect your operations.
TP Mechanical offers a variety of service agreement options including:
- Service Agreements (SA)
- Inspection Agreements (IA)
- Maintenance Agreements (MA)
- Total Agreements (TA)
- Custom Agreements (CA)
To learn more about TP Mechanical’s specific agreements and which might be right for your business needs, visit our Agreements page.
Is allergy season wreaking havoc on your work force?
The dreaded Allergy Season has arrived. Are you and your employees suffering from incessant sneezing, coughing and wheezing? Have you noticed a reduction in productivity due to sick days caused by secondary infections and fuzzy allergy-medicine-soaked brains?
Believe it or not, the air contaminants that cause allergies to flare are actually more prevalent indoors. It’s a common misconception that outside air is the culprit. In fact, the constant recirculation of inside air within a building causes microns and chemicals to build up and makes it difficult for the filtration system to keep the air clean. Studies suggest that 50% of illnesses are caused by polluted air – and have shown that air is 70% more polluted inside a building than outside.
Air trapped in a building and re-circulated is loaded with…
- exhaust emissions that make their way into the building from surrounding traffic
- fumes from common cleaners, paint on the walls or even your office furniture
- dirt, dust and mites
- mold spores from damp air
Even clean air that is overly dry can cause noses to bleed, sore throats and burning eyes.
The key is to control indoor air quality, and TP Mechanical’s service team is well-versed in clean air methodology. As part of our preventative maintenance checklist, our team will prepare your system to keep your indoor air quality consistent and educate you about you how to maintain it in between check-ups.
We don’t keep secrets, so here’s the short list of our go-to methods:
- It’s important to constantly flush the building with outdoor air. We recommend putting an economizer in place if your system doesn’t already have one. An economizer pulls in outdoor air on a regular basis and also controls the humidity of the building.
- Not just any filter will do. We’ll teach you about MERV ratings on filters and the type of filter you need for your system to trap the most microbes most efficiently.
- Monitor the chemicals used to clean your building, right down to what’s used to wipe off your desks and clean your carpets. We can recommend cleaners that are environmentally friendly and promote the best indoor air quality.
For more information, give our service team a call! 800/829-1989
Allergy medicine isn’t the only remedy to help you survive the coughing, sneezing and wheezing.
Tame the dreaded allergy season by controlling the indoor air quality of your building. It’s a common misconception that the air contaminants that cause allergy symptoms to flare up are found outdoors. The fact is the majority of the culprits are found inside.
Many people believe the pollens floating around outside, especially during the springtime months, are the problem. So they lock their windows and turn their HVAC dials to “recirculate” to minimize the introduction of outside air. Unfortunately, this is the worst thing they can do. The constant recirculation of air within a building causes microbes and chemicals to accumulate in the filtration system and makes it difficult to purify the air over time.
Studies suggest that 50% of illnesses are caused by polluted air – and have shown that air is 70% more polluted inside a building than outside. According to the American Lung Association, air ducts have more germs than a chicken coop.
Here’s what’s really making your allergies go nuts:
- Exhaust emissions that make their way inside a building from surrounding traffic
- Fumes from common cleaners, paint on the walls and even your office furniture
- Dirt, dust and mites
- Mold spores from damp air
Even clean air that’s overly dry can cause noses to bleed, sore throats and burning eyes.
The TP Mechanical Service Team has extensive knowledge of the most effective methods of creating comfortable, clean indoor climates that keep allergy symptoms at bay. As part of our preventative maintenance checklist, our team will clean and prepare your HVAC system to enhance the indoor air quality of your building. Give us a call and get us on your schedule.
In the interim, here’s what you can do now to get a jump on the season:
- Constantly flush the building with outside air. We recommend using an economizer. The device pulls outdoor air into the building on a consistent schedule and also controls the humidity levels. You don’t want air that’s too damp or too dry. If your system doesn’t have one, we’ll help you put one in place.
- Change your filters consistently and often. Be aware of the MERV rating of the filters your building requires. We can tell you what kind you need if you aren’t sure.
- Monitor the chemicals used to clean your building. Use only environmentally and allergy-friendly products and check everything from carpet cleaners to what’s used to wipe down your desks. We can recommend products that help support indoor air quality.
- Call our service team to assess your system and give you more specific advice as it pertains to your building’s system. Or sign up for an assessment today.
Allergy season is brutal. TP Mechanical will help you keep indoor air contaminants at bay so you can breathe a little easier this season.
If your mechanical equipment is outdated, you may be draining valuable resources. How can you avoid costly repairs and wasteful spending on inefficient equipment?
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
As participants in OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) we’ve implemented meticulous safety and health management practices that address hazard prevention and control, worksite analysis, training, management commitment and worker involvement. We voluntarily submit to rigorous evaluations to identify ways that we can continue to improve our system. Our first core value is “Safety First, Always First,” and we will relentlessly pursue the highest standard so that we can send each of our employees home to their families every night, injury-free.
This is why as of today April 19, 2013 TP Mechanical has worked 2,329,627 hours without a lost-time accident.
In our 54 years in this industry, we’ve learned that any system 10 years or older should be evaluated for replacement in order to avoid costly emergency repair and unplanned replacement expenses down the road. Additionally, higher efficiency equipment yields significant savings in energy and operation costs when compared to older, inefficient models.
Invest in a TP Mechanical Energy Audit to evaluate your present utility costs and identify how you can reduce your overall operating expenses. Our team can make recommendations for alternatives and facilitate systematic replacements over time to keep your operation running smoothly while keeping you in the green.
To learn more about our Service Division click via Energy Audits | TP Mechanical.