Preventative Maintenance


Regularly performed preventative maintenance on your HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems can help prevent problems in facilities before they occur. This allows for maintenance budgets to be maximized by reducing costly repairs and downtime.

What is Preventive Maintenance & How It Works?

Preventive maintenance is the process of performing regularly scheduled inspections, repairs, and maintenance to prevent problems in the future. In other words, the goal is to ensure equipment and machinery don’t break down.

The method of how preventive maintenance is performed varies on the type of equipment, organization, and business needs. However, the types of methods used can be broken into four areas:


  • Usage-based: When equipment reaches a certain milestone in its performance (miles driven, hours used, etc.), maintenance is required.
  • Periodic: Machinery is inspected and maintained at certain intervals that are regularly scheduled.
  • Predictive: Equipment is monitored closely for signs of abnormal behavior via sensors. Upon detecting such behavior, the sensor notifies a technician who will diagnose and address the issue.
  • Prescriptive: Machine learning software prescribes recommended maintenance to machinery based on an abundant amount of performance data it closely analyzes.

Preventive Maintenance for Your Texas Facility

Office buildings, restaurants, warehouses, and healthcare facilities use heavy equipment to provide safety and comfort to their employees and customers. Here are a few areas we service to ensure your building is running efficiently:

  • Commercial HVAC preventive maintenance
  • Plumbing system maintenance
  • Electrical preventive maintenance

An error in any of these systems could cause larger damages if they are not inspected on a regular basis. Whether you need a repair or a new installation, our technicians will work with you to maximize the efficiency of your facility.

Prevent Downtime and Costly Damages

Certain industries, such as restaurants or healthcare facilities, can’t afford a day of downtime. CS Mechanical offers all of the resources to ensure your building remains operational at all times through preventative measures and maintenance. By performing regular maintenance, building owners can minimize the risk of costly repairs and extend the lifespan of their facilities.

In the event that your facility does experience downtime or critical error, CS Mechanical offers 24-hour emergency services to get your business running again. Depending on the job site and time of day, our technicians can arrive on the same day to diagnose and address any issues.


  • Identification of any broken or worn parts
  • Internal component cleaning to improve system efficiency
  • Checking of belts and filters
  • Inspection of contactors and wiring
  • Calibration and programming
  • 24/7 Customer support
  • Dedicated account team
  • All work performed by licensed CS Mechanical technicians


What type of equipment requires preventive maintenance?

The type of equipment that requires preventive maintenance varies widely depending on the type of business you operate. However, the most common pieces of equipment needing preventive maintenance include:

  • Production line equipment
  • HVAC systems
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical systems
  • Lighting
What are the benefits of preventive maintenance?

The benefits of preventive maintenance are:

  • Extended lifespan: As machinery receives targeted care and experiences fewer issues, it will last longer.
  • Reduced maintenance: Preventive maintenance aims to address problems before they arise so, in turn, your equipment won’t need repairs as often.
  • Improve productivity: As machinery continues to operate for longer, business operations run smoothly. Not to mention, employees are more productive when equipment is functioning the way it should.
  • Lowers operating costs: By caring for your equipment before problems arise, you can lower the chances of serious repair costs and losing money during downtime.
What industries benefit the most from commercial preventive maintenance?

The industries that benefit the most from preventive maintenance include:

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Oil and gas
  • Manufacturing
  • Fleet management
  • Warehouses
  • Governments
  • Schools
  • Property management
How often should equipment receive preventive maintenance?

The frequency of preventive maintenance varies and is based on the type of equipment. So, we recommend speaking with one of our technicians to learn more about the types of preventive maintenance your equipment needs.

Our team can provide you with a clear understanding of how preventative maintenance can benefit your equipment and business overall. With that said, give CS Mechanical a call today to learn more.


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