Scheduled electrical maintenance is a better option than waiting for the light bulbs to blow – and there are several reasons for this.
It Avoids Downtime
Scheduled lights maintenance can avoid downtime by identifying and addressing potential issues with electrical equipment before they become major problems. During scheduled maintenance, our electricians or maintenance personnel will inspect and test electrical equipment to ensure it is operating as intended.
If any issues are identified during the inspection, they can be addressed before they cause equipment failure or downtime. For example, if a loose connection is identified, it can be tightened before it causes a power outage or damage to the equipment. If a component is identified as nearing the end of its lifespan, it can be replaced before it fails and causes downtime.
By addressing potential issues during scheduled maintenance, downtime can be avoided because equipment failure and unexpected repairs can be prevented. Additionally, scheduled maintenance can identify opportunities for equipment upgrades or modifications that can improve reliability and reduce the risk of downtime.
Scheduled maintenance saves your business money
Scheduled maintenance can save money in several ways:
Prevents Major Repairs: Regular maintenance can identify potential issues with electrical equipment before they become major problems. Addressing these issues during maintenance can prevent costly repairs or replacements of equipment down the line.
Reduces Energy Consumption: Regular maintenance can ensure that electrical equipment is running at peak efficiency, reducing energy consumption and saving money on electricity bills.
Increases Lifespan: Regular maintenance can extend the lifespan of electrical equipment, reducing the need for replacement and saving money in the long run.
Avoids Downtime: Unexpected downtime can be costly in terms of lost productivity and revenue. Regular maintenance can identify and address potential issues before they cause equipment failure and downtime.
Ensures Compliance: Regular maintenance can ensure that electrical equipment is in compliance with safety and environmental regulations. Fines or penalties for non-compliance can be costly.
These savings can add up over time, making scheduled maintenance a cost-effective option for maintaining electrical equipment.
Scheduled maintenance improves safety
Scheduled electrical maintenance can improve safety in several ways:
Identifying and Addressing Safety Hazards: During scheduled maintenance, Mr Globologists electricians will inspect electrical equipment for safety hazards. This includes checking for loose connections, damaged insulation, and other potential hazards. Any identified hazards can be addressed and corrected before they pose a risk to people or property.
Ensuring Grounding and Bonding: Proper grounding and bonding of electrical equipment are critical for safety. Scheduled maintenance can ensure that equipment is properly grounded and bonded, reducing the risk of electric shock and fire.
Verifying Circuit Protection: Electrical equipment must be protected by the correct circuit breakers or fuses. Scheduled maintenance can verify that equipment is correctly protected, reducing the risk of electrical fires or damage to the equipment.
Checking Emergency Equipment: Electrical emergencies can happen, and it is important to have emergency equipment like exit signs and emergency lighting in place. Scheduled maintenance can ensure that this equipment is functioning correctly, reducing the risk of injury or property damage in an emergency.
This can significantly reduce the risk of electrical accidents and injuries, making the workplace safer for everyone.
Scheduled maintenance increases your light globe lifespan
Scheduled electrical maintenance can increase the lifespan of your light globes in several ways:
Prevents Wear and Tear: Electrical equipment is subject to wear and tear over time. Regular maintenance can identify and address potential issues before they cause significant damage or reduce the lifespan of the equipment.
Identifies and Replaces Worn Out Parts: Over time, parts of electrical equipment may become worn out and need to be replaced. Scheduled maintenance can identify these parts and replace them before they cause equipment failure.
Keeps Equipment Clean: Dust and debris can accumulate in electrical equipment over time, leading to overheating and premature equipment failure. Regular maintenance can ensure that equipment is cleaned and maintained, reducing the risk of overheating and prolonging equipment lifespan.
Optimises Performance: Electrical equipment that is properly maintained operates at peak performance, reducing wear and tear and prolonging lifespan.
Helps Identify Upgrades: Scheduled maintenance can help identify opportunities for equipment upgrades or modifications that can improve reliability and reduce the risk of failure, further extending equipment lifespan.
By taking these proactive steps, equipment lifespan can be extended, reducing the need for replacement and saving money in the long run.
Increases in energy efficiency
Scheduled electrical maintenance can increase energy efficiency in several ways:
Ensures Proper Calibration: Electrical equipment must be calibrated properly to operate at peak efficiency. Scheduled maintenance can ensure that equipment is calibrated correctly, reducing energy waste.
Identifies and Addresses Inefficiencies: Regular maintenance can identify inefficiencies in electrical equipment, such as motors or equipment that are running too hot, using too much energy, or have leaks. By addressing these inefficiencies, energy waste can be reduced.
Verifies Voltage Levels: Electrical equipment must operate within the correct voltage range to be energy-efficient. Scheduled maintenance can verify that equipment is operating within the correct voltage range, reducing energy waste.
Replaces Outdated Equipment: Outdated or inefficient equipment can waste energy. Scheduled maintenance can identify outdated or inefficient equipment and replace it with newer, more energy-efficient models.
Optimises Performance: Electrical equipment that is properly maintained operates at peak performance, reducing energy waste and improving energy efficiency.
These steps can significantly improve energy efficiency, reducing energy waste and saving your business money on electricity bills.
Scheduled electrical maintenance is a proactive approach to maintaining electrical equipment, which provides benefits such as avoiding downtime, saving money, improving safety, increasing lifespan, and improving energy efficiency. Waiting for light bulbs to blow can lead to unexpected downtime, safety hazards, and increased costs in the long run. If you’d like to book in your next scheduled maintenance appointment – contact Mr Globologist here.