Equipment Maintenance & Repairs

Harrison Energy Partners has the broadest portfolio of resources dedicated to keeping your systems operating at peak performance levels.

Our personnel are second to none in our industry, and we have the training and experience to provide solutions to immediate building concerns and help you meet your organizational goals in the future.

Routine maintenance can help extend the life of your mechanical systems, ensure they are operating as close to specification as possible and keep them functioning at their most efficient levels.Our technicians use the latest diagnostic tools and procedures when performing system analytics, such as:

  • Component Wear Analysis
  • Oil & Refrigerant Analysis
  • Eddy Current Tube Testing
  • Computerized Run Time Tracking

From routine filter change-outs to complete compressor rebuilds, our technicians lead the industry in delivering value for our clients.

  • Compressor Overhauls
  • Equipment Retrofits
  • Tube Replacement
  • Variable Air Volume Calibration
  • Water Treatment
  • Operator Training
  • Rental Equipment
  • Fan Balancing

Harrison Energy Partners is available for emergency repair services and parts availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please contact us at (501) 661-1058 for your emergency service needs.

Maintaining Your System Saves Money

A maintenance agreement protects your assets while also providing multiple financial benefits. On average, the life of a system is extended by 10 years when regular, routine maintenance is performed. Further, there is a 7% decrease in energy costs because your equipment is running at optimum efficiency.

With Harrison Energy Partners, you know qualified, trained technicians are taking care of your system and equipment. Our experience with large facilities, like hospitals and school systems, as well as commercial properties, ensures no project is too big or small. We will provide reporting so you know your assets are being properly cared for and maintained.

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