With the long, dark, cold days of winter right around the corner, it’s time to think about your equipment failure back-up plan and be ready to put it into place.
We brought in Dan McFayden, from our Rental Services team to share some of his recommendations to keep your winter equipment in tip-top shape and discuss what your first move should be if your equipment decides to fail on you.
Your top priority as a building owner should be making sure your equipment has been or will be serviced before the cold days ahead. Start-up your equipment now and check to see that your boiler is running adequately, your steam and hot water lines are blowing correctly, your filters are cleaned, and your air handlers do not have any leaks from the prior season.
If you find that your equipment is not running optimally, you have options. Our fleet includes the following temporary equipment, which can be delivered and installed for you ASAP:
Serve as small spot coolers
Are very compact and can be placed into small spaces easily (especially offices)
Available in: 14 - 4,800 GPM
Compact units that have no fumes or exhaust
Available in: 18 - 150 kw
Rental Boilers (Hot Water or Steam)
Our team will work with you to determine the right type and size based off of your building and tenant needs
Available in: 25 - 1,000 hp
Easily brought to your facility, heat coils are included
Available in; 5,000 - 25,000 CFM
Rooftop Units (RTUs)
Packaged unit with heating and cooling
Available in: 25 - 50 ton DX
At Boland, our Rental Services team acts as a turn-key, full-service mechanical solutions provider. We’re here to help you with planned shutdowns or last-minute unplanned outages. No matter the solution you need, our team will make it happen. Some of our services include:
Installation and removal of temporary climate control equipment
Supplemental HVAC equipment during peak loads, construction, or equipment outages
Power generation for special projects and events
To view our entire Rental Services fleet, click here.