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Action Maintenance ™ System

Our Comprehensive Action Maintenance ™ Program (CAMP) provides companies with a Professionally Managed, on-going Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Preventive Maintenance Program. The program is initiated, scheduled, administrated, monitored and updated by Jake Marshall Service, Inc.

The program’s activities are regularly scheduled and based upon manufactures recommendationsequipment application, location, type, operating time, maintenance history and our HVAC experience. You will be kept updated and informed on your program’s status through Detailed Service Reports, presented after each visit for your review, approval and records.

Preventive Maintenance Program Plans

CAMP

SYSTEM INSPECTION AND EVALUATION
All labor and travel expense required to visually INSPECT and EVALUATE equipment to verify its operating performance and efficiency.
Inspecting for worn, failed or doubtful parts:
• Mountings
• Drive Couplings
• Oil Level
• Rotation
• Soot
• Flame Composition and Shape
• Pilot and Igniter
• Steam
• Water
• Oil and/or Refrigerant Leaks
• Condensate Pan
• Safety Controls
• Crankcase Heaters

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

All labor and travel expense required to provided the following:

CALIBRATING — Safety Controls; Temperature and Pressure Controls, etc.
ADJUSTING — Belt Tension; Refrigerant Charge; Super Heat; Fan RPM; Water Chemical Feed and Feed Rate; Burner Fuel/Air Ratios; Gas Pressure; Set Point of Controls and Limits; Compressor Cylinder Unloaders; Damper Close-off; Sump Floats, etc.
ALIGNING — Belt Drives, Dive Couplings,Air Fans, etc.
LUBRICATING — Motors; Fan and Damper Bearings; Valve Stems; Damper Linkages; Fan Vane Linkages’ etc.
TIGHTENING — Electrical Connections; Mounting Bolts; Pipe Clamps; Refrigerant Piping Fittings; Damper Sections, etc.
CLEANING — Coil Surfaces; Fan Impellers and Blades; Electrical Contacts; Burner Orifices; Passages and Nozzles; Pilot and Igniter; Cooling Tower Baffles; Basin; Sump and Float; Chiller Condenser and Boilers Tubes, etc.

REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including procurement labor (locating, Ordering, Expediting and Transporting) required to repair or Remove and Replace broken, worn and/or doubtful components and/or parts

24-HOUR EMERGENCY LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including overtime, required for unscheduled work resulting from an abnormal condition.

COMPONENTS, PARTS AND SUPPLIES
The cost of Components, Parts and Supplies required to keep the equipment operating properly and efficiently.


Included with Plan

COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
Identifies the specific Maintenance Procedures to maintain the highest level of operating performance.

COMPUTERIZED DISPATCHING
Provides an accurate tracking method to assure efficient response to all of our customers.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
In the field- technicians receive service calls, maintenance tasking and the ability to look up parts, schematics and manuals via wireless computer systems to assist in the service work.

SERVICE CALL HISTORY
Track each call by customer for future review

INVENTORY TRACKING
Ability to determine materials, parts and supplies for efficient response

LABOR SCHEDULING
Not all service calls or PM is the same therefore JMS is able to determine labor requirements based upon each request.

PRIORITY SERVICE
As a contract customer priority is given first to contract customers over a non-contract customer.

CAMP 1

SYSTEM INSPECTION AND EVALUATION
All labor and travel expense required to visually INSPECT and EVALUATE equipment to verify its operating performance and efficiency.

Inspecting for worn, failed or doubtful parts:
• Mountings
• Drive Couplings
• Oil Level
• Rotation
• Soot
• Flame Composition and Shape
• Pilot and Ignitor
• Steam
• Water
• Oil and/or Refrigerant Leaks
• Condensate Pan
• Safety Controls
• Crankcase Heaters

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

All labor and travel expense required to provided the following:

CALIBRATING — Safety Controls; Temperature and Pressure Controls, etc.
ADJUSTING — Belt Tension; Refrigerant Charge; Super Heat; Fan RPM; Water Chemical Feed and Feed Rate; Burner Fuel/Air Ratios; Gas Pressure; Set Point of Controls and Limits; Compressor Cylinder Unloaders; Damper Close-off; Sump Floats, etc.
ALIGNING — Belt Drives, Dive Couplings,Air Fans, etc.
LUBRICATING — Motors; Fan and Damper Bearings; Valve Stems; Damper Linkages; Fan Vane Linkages’ etc.
TIGHTENING — Electrical Connections; Mounting Bolts; Pipe Clamps; Refrigerant Piping Fittings; Damper Sections, etc.
CLEANING — Coil Surfaces; Fan Impellers and Blades; Electrical Contacts; Burner Orifices; Passages and Nozzles; Pilot and Ignitor; Cooling Tower Baffles; Basin; Sump and Float; Chiller Condenser and Boilers Tubes, etc.

REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including procurement labor (locating, Ordering, Expediting and Transporting) required to repair or Remove and Replace broken, worn and/or doubtful components and/or parts

24 HOUR EMERGENCY LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including overtime, required for unscheduled work resulting from an abnormal condition.


Included with Plan

COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
Identifies the specific Maintenance Procedures to maintain the highest level of operating performance.

COMPUTERIZED DISPATCHING
Provides an accurate tracking method to assure efficient response to all of our customers.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
In the field- technicians receive service calls, maintenance tasking and the ability to look up parts, schematics and manuals via wireless computer systems to assist in the service work.

SERVICE CALL HISTORY
Track each call by customer for future review

INVENTORY TRACKING
Ability to determine materials, parts and supplies for efficient response

LABOR SCHEDULING
Not all service calls or PM is the same therefore JMS is able to determine labor requirements based upon each request.

PRIORITY SERVICE
As a contract customer priority is given first to contract customers over a non-contract customer.

CAMP 2

SYSTEM INSPECTION AND EVALUATION
All labor and travel expense required to visually INSPECT and EVALUATE equipment to verify its operating performance and efficiency.
Inspecting for worn, failed or doubtful parts:
• Mountings
• Drive Couplings
• Oil Level
• Rotation
• Soot
• Flame Composition and Shape
• Pilot and Igniter
• Steam
• Water
• Oil and/or Refrigerant Leaks
• Condensate Pan
• Safety Controls
• Crankcase Heaters

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

All labor and travel expense required to provided the following:

CALIBRATING — Safety Controls; Temperature and Pressure Controls, etc.
ADJUSTING — Belt Tension; Refrigerant Charge; Super Heat; Fan RPM; Water Chemical Feed and Feed Rate; Burner Fuel/Air Ratios; Gas Pressure; Set Point of Controls and Limits; Compressor Cylinder Unloaders; Damper Close-off; Sump Floats, etc.
ALIGNING — Belt Drives, Dive Couplings,Air Fans, etc.
LUBRICATING — Motors; Fan and Damper Bearings; Valve Stems; Damper Linkages; Fan Vane Linkages’ etc.
TIGHTENING — Electrical Connections; Mounting Bolts; Pipe Clamps; Refrigerant Piping Fittings; Damper Sections, etc.
CLEANING — Coil Surfaces; Fan Impellers and Blades; Electrical Contacts; Burner Orifices; Passages and Nozzles; Pilot and Igniter; Cooling Tower Baffles; Basin; Sump and Float; Chiller Condenser and Boilers Tubes, etc.


Included with Plan

COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
Identifies the specific Maintenance Procedures to maintain the highest level of operating performance.

COMPUTERIZED DISPATCHING
Provides an accurate tracking method to assure efficient response to all of our customers.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
In the field- technicians receive service calls, maintenance tasking and the ability to look up parts, schematics and manuals via wireless computer systems to assist in the service work.

SERVICE CALL HISTORY
Track each call by customer for future review

INVENTORY TRACKING
Ability to determine materials, parts and supplies for efficient response

LABOR SCHEDULING
Not all service calls or PM is the same therefore JMS is able to determine labor requirements based upon each request.

PRIORITY SERVICE
As a contract customer priority is given first to contract customers over a non-contract customer.

CAMP 3

SYSTEM INSPECTION AND EVALUATION
All labor and travel expense required to visually INSPECT and EVALUATE equipment to verify its operating performance and efficiency.
Inspecting for worn, failed or doubtful parts:
• Mountings
• Drive Couplings
• Oil Level
• Rotation
• Soot
• Flame Composition and Shape
• Pilot and Igniter
• Steam
• Water
• Oil and/or Refrigerant Leaks
• Condensate Pan
• Safety Controls
• Crankcase Heaters


Included with Plan

COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
Identifies the specific Maintenance Procedures to maintain the highest level of operating performance.

COMPUTERIZED DISPATCHING
Provides an accurate tracking method to assure efficient response to all of our customers.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
In the field- technicians receive service calls, maintenance tasking and the ability to look up parts, schematics and manuals via wireless computer systems to assist in the service work.

SERVICE CALL HISTORY
Track each call by customer for future review

INVENTORY TRACKING
Ability to determine materials, parts and supplies for efficient response

LABOR SCHEDULING
Not all service calls or PM is the same therefore JMS is able to determine labor requirements based upon each request.

PRIORITY SERVICE
As a contract customer priority is given first to contract customers over a non-contract customer.

CAMP 4

Pick and choose the maintenance program that is right for your company.

SYSTEM INSPECTION AND EVALUATION
All labor and travel expense required to visually INSPECT and EVALUATE equipment to verify its operating performance and efficiency.
Inspecting for worn, failed or doubtful parts:
• Mountings
• Drive Couplings
• Oil Level
• Rotation
• Soot
• Flame Composition and Shape
• Pilot and Igniter
• Steam
• Water
• Oil and/or Refrigerant Leaks
• Condensate Pan
• Safety Controls
• Crankcase Heaters

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

All labor and travel expense required to provided the following:

CALIBRATING — Safety Controls; Temperature and Pressure Controls, etc.
ADJUSTING — Belt Tension; Refrigerant Charge; Super Heat; Fan RPM; Water Chemical Feed and Feed Rate; Burner Fuel/Air Ratios; Gas Pressure; Set Point of Controls and Limits; Compressor Cylinder Unloaders; Damper Close-off; Sump Floats, etc.
ALIGNING — Belt Drives, Dive Couplings,Air Fans, etc.
LUBRICATING — Motors; Fan and Damper Bearings; Valve Stems; Damper Linkages; Fan Vane Linkages’ etc.
TIGHTENING — Electrical Connections; Mounting Bolts; Pipe Clamps; Refrigerant Piping Fittings; Damper Sections, etc.
CLEANING — Coil Surfaces; Fan Impellers and Blades; Electrical Contacts; Burner Orifices; Passages and Nozzles; Pilot and Igniter; Cooling Tower Baffles; Basin; Sump and Float; Chiller Condenser and Boilers Tubes, etc.

REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including procurement labor (locating, Ordering, Expediting and Transporting) required to repair or Remove and Replace broken, worn and/or doubtful components and/or parts

24-HOUR EMERGENCY LABOR
All labor and travel expense, including overtime, required for unscheduled work resulting from an abnormal condition.

COMPONENTS, PARTS AND SUPPLIES
The cost of Components, Parts and Supplies required to keep the equipment operating properly and efficiently.


Included with Plan

COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
Identifies the specific Maintenance Procedures to maintain the highest level of operating performance.

COMPUTERIZED DISPATCHING
Provides an accurate tracking method to assure efficient response to all of our customers.

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
In the field- technicians receive service calls, maintenance tasking and the ability to look up parts, schematics and manuals via wireless computer systems to assist in the service work.

SERVICE CALL HISTORY
Track each call by customer for future review

INVENTORY TRACKING
Ability to determine materials, parts and supplies for efficient response

LABOR SCHEDULING
Not all service calls or PM is the same therefore JMS is able to determine labor requirements based upon each request.

PRIORITY SERVICE
As a contract customer priority is given first to contract customers over a non-contract customer.