Energy represents 30% of the typical building’s costs and is a property’s single largest operating expense. It is estimated that 30% of the energy consumed in buildings is used inefficiently or unnecessarily.
– Environmental Protection Agency
We specialize in positively impacting your building’s energy consumption, and in turn, decreasing your largest operating cost – energy.
Effective planning and predictive maintenance of your equipment can reduce your system’s energy consumption by 30%. Unless you have regular, planned maintenance for your equipment, there is no way to know if your units are performing at optimum level. Bishop has the experience, knowledge, and equipment to perform the necessary inspection and testing to ensure your system is staying energy-smart and efficient
Preventative maintenance of your HVAC, water heating, backup generators, and pool systems, including dehumidification systems, is an absolute must. If you don’t have one already, we strongly recommend you immediately establish a preventative maintenance contract with qualified HVAC contractor. Proactive preventive maintenance services serve many purposes, including:
Reducing the likelihood of costly repair service orders by identifying worn or aging components prior to failure
Reducing costly downtime and the associated lost productivity or lost sales. Buildings operating trouble-free allow employees to do their jobs. An overheated office will not allow your staff to complete their tasks as assigned.
Prolonging your equipment life expectancy. ASHRAE recommends that most well maintained commercial HVAC equipment be replaced after 12 to 15 years in service.
Helping buildings function as they were intended and operate at peak efficiency, including minimizing energy consumption. The old adage of a “well-oiled machine” holds true. Maintained equipment will operate more effectively and efficiently. These are machines that require scheduled attention just like automobiles.
Sustaining a safe and healthful environment by keeping building mechanical systems clean and in good condition. Indoor air quality and the proper operation of mechanical systems go hand in hand to provide a high-quality environment for employees and customers.