Service Benefits

5-Year Labor and Parts Warranty

hardhatguyAirCom provides the most comprehensive warranty in the industry. For a full 5-years, AirCom will cover both parts AND labor for failed components that are under our maintenance. This warranty covers virtually all repairs except for electronic parts and consumables, such as filters and belts.

Every Warranty is entered into our comprehensive tracking database and a written warranty certificate is included for your records. The fact is a warranty is only as good as your ability to keep track of it. We’ve got you covered.

A scheduled maintenance through AirCom Mechanical will yield several benefits:

  • Lower Energy Costs
  • Extend Equipment Life
  • Reduce Unscheduled Service Calls
  • Reduce Downtime
  • Improve Indoor Air Quality
  • Improve Interior Comfort
  • Improve Tenant Satisfaction

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance is about accountability. Without some means of gauging the performance of work completed in the field it is difficult to ensure every job is delivered and completed as promised. At AirCom we expect excellence, and some people are simply not comfortable in a demanding environment. Those that are welcome our Quality Assurance Reviews and embrace the challenge of consistently performing at a high level. Those that don’t, work for one of our competitors.

2-Hour Guaranteed Response Time – or the Call is FREE

AirCom guarantees to have a technician at your facility within 2-hours for all emergency service calls, or we won’t charge you for the service. With the large number of critical equipment we maintain, the fact is we normally arrive in well under 2-hours. We understand how important it is to keep your facility running, and that any downtime can mean a loss of productivity and revenue. You can count on us to be there.

No Overtime Charges for Emergency Service Calls

Not only will we arrive at your facility within 2-hours, we won’t charge you overtime for the service. For years we have been saving our customers money with this well appreciated value. How much are you spending on overtime charges with your current contractor?