July 2019 Newsletter - Volume 6
QUICK SUMMER MAINTENANCE TIPS
WE KEEP GROWING!
Since 2018, we have added 16 new employees to our team! Whether it was to provide additional support in the office, expand our sales group or continue to add talent to the field, the message to all our new team members was the same - Continue to focus on and take care of our customers! With this additional man power, our goal is to approach each customer account proactively in order to minimize any unnecessary emergency repairs.
And we aren't stopping there! We are continuing to look for experienced, skilled service technicians to join our team! As with all our field talent, we are looking for well rounded individuals with established skills on most equipment types. But most important we are looking for candidates with exceptional customer service skills, who understand the importance of putting the customer's needs first!
"The installation time [for the Pelican Wireless Control System] was as promised, and the quality of work was excellent. Derek and JR made sure every detail was done correctly. In the end, not only does the system function seamlessly, but they took the time to make sure I could control it and use the features properly. I am very happy with the choice of equipment and the contractor. Well done!
Reduce energy costs, enhance comfort controls and reduce equipment footprint
With only two existing thermostats for over 14 classrooms and offices, Loyola Academy was looking for a better way to control the temperature in each classroom and office. Being located in the basement, the new system also had to be able to dehumidify to maximize its' occupants comfort.
With limited space above the ceilings, Loyola Academy and First Point's engineers worked together to find a system that would meet both the space limitations and provide additional comfort controls to the teaching staff.
First Point Mechanical designed and installed the Mitsubishi VRF system that provides each classroom and office simultaneous heating and cooling . This project turned two thermostats into 14 individual controlled zones! This project also freed up mechanical room space and allowed the building to utilize this additional space for storage and classroom use.