Jet Environmental, a provider of energy-efficient heating, ventilation and cooling systems for large volume, open plan spaces, has launched its maintenance division, Jet Maintain.
Jet Maintain provides maintenance for industrial and commercial heating ventilation and cooling systems from all manufacturers and suppliers, not just those supplied by Jet Environmental.
Jet Maintain offers lifetime support packages to customers purchasing a Jet Environmental temperature control system. The company can fine tune, reprogram and update system control systems to increase efficiency and reduce energy bills over the life of the system.
Managed by qualified and certified technicians based at Jet Environmental’s Solihull head office, Jet Maintain’s packages are bespoke to every client. Jet Maintain provides a spares and consumables ordering service and offers remote monitoring to detect early degradation in performance and schedule servicing.
Jason Hibbs, managing director of Jet Environmental, said: “Jet Maintain allows us to offer customers a full service and take away the stress of maintaining their heating and ventilation systems. This service is an extension of our system design and installation business. And, it’s supported by some of this country’s finest engineers. Every customer’s package is tailored to their specific needs.”
Jet Maintain is available to customers across all industrial and commercial sectors throughout the UK.
Parent Company Jet Environmental, established in 1981, works with the UK’s leading consultants and contractors, providing energy efficient climate control solutions for large volume buildings. The company works across diverse sectors including pharmaceutical, confectionery, vehicle manufacturing and large scale industrial plants. Clients include the NHS, Boots, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, ASDA, Rolls Royce, L’Oreal, Debenhams, Argos and B&Q.
Through its three divisions, Jet Environmental, Jet Maintain and Outsourced Air, the company works in buildings up to 40m high and 3,000,000m2 in volume. Examples include logistics warehouses, mezzanine areas, retail park stores, leisure and exhibition centres, production facilities and mail service centres.