5 Steps for Better Routine Equipment Maintenance

Follow key service intervals, investigate and correct minor problems before they become major headaches.

5 Steps for Better Routine Equipment Maintenance

Pro Serve’s Daniel Vicknair performs maintenance on a truck in the company’s fleet in Prairieville, Louisiana. Fluids should be checked and sampled regularly as part of a scheduled preventative maintenance program. (Photo by John Ballance)

In the daily management of equipment and job site priorities, busy plumbing contractors risk having preventative maintenance of vehicles and equipment fall by the wayside. To reduce those risks, contractors are encouraged to establish a preventative maintenance program and educate...

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