In order to ensure the best energy efficiency of buildings and to reduce problems that are usually created over time and the use of the systems, regular maintenance of the building and its systems is required.
Energy systems that are not maintained properly consume larger amounts of energy to achieve the same levels of comfort. Preventive maintenance keeps operating costs low, while improving service quality, as the systems perform better and their downtime is reduced due to failures.
Periodic maintenance of equipment must be carried out in accordance with a predetermined schedule. This can prevent inefficient operation, instead of needing to be repaired. The manufacturer’s instructions must be followed at all times, as maintenance needs are likely to vary significantly between different systems.